2007 Heineken Open – Doubles

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2007 Heineken Open
Champions   South Africa Jeff Coetzee
Netherlands Rogier Wassen
Runners-up   Sweden Simon Aspelin
South Africa Chris Haggard
Final score   6–7(9–11), 6–3, [10–2]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Andrei Pavel and Rogier Wassen were the defending champions, but Pavel did not participate this year.

Jeff Coetzee and Wassen won in the final 6–7(9–11), 6–3, [10–2], against Simon Aspelin and Chris Haggard.

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Draw[edit]

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Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Sweden S Aspelin
 South Africa C Haggard
4 6 [10]  
   Argentina A Calleri
 Argentina JI Chela
6 3 [8]     1  Sweden S Aspelin
 South Africa C Haggard
6 6    
WC  New Zealand J(r) Statham
 New Zealand Mikal (oliver) Statham
1 4     WC  New Zealand D King-Turner
 Finland J Nieminen
2 3    
WC  New Zealand D King-Turner
 Finland J Nieminen
6 6         1  Sweden S Aspelin
 South Africa C Haggard
6 63 [10]  
4  Switzerland Y Allegro
 Sweden R Lindstedt
1 2            Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic D Škoch
3 77 [4]  
   Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic D Škoch
6 6          Czech Republic P Pála
 Czech Republic D Škoch
7 6  
   Italy D Bracciali
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
6 6        Italy D Bracciali
 Slovakia D Hrbatý
5 3    
   France F Serra
 France G Simon
1 1         1  Sweden S Aspelin
 South Africa C Haggard
711 3 [2]
   Peru L Horna
 Ecuador N Lapentti
6 6            South Africa J Coetzee
 Netherlands R Wassen
69 6 [10]
   Argentina J Mónaco
 Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
3 2          Peru L Horna
 Ecuador N Lapentti
w/o      
   Spain N Almagro
 Spain D Ferrer
77 4 [10]      Spain N Almagro
 Spain D Ferrer
       
3  Argentina M García
 Argentina S Prieto
63 6 [5]          Peru L Horna
 Ecuador N Lapentti
3 2  
   Belgium O Rochus
 Belgium K Vliegen
6 6            South Africa J Coetzee
 Netherlands R Wassen
6 6    
   Spain A Martín
 Chile N Massú
4 2          Belgium O Rochus
 Belgium K Vliegen
1 3  
   South Africa J Coetzee
 Netherlands R Wassen
6 1 [10]      South Africa J Coetzee
 Netherlands R Wassen
6 6    
2  Czech Republic L Friedl
 Germany M Kohlmann
3 6 [7]  

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