2008 Fortis Championships Luxembourg – Doubles

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2008 Fortis Championships Luxembourg
Champions   Romania Sorana Cîrstea
New Zealand Marina Erakovic
Runners-up   Russia Vera Dushevina
Ukraine Mariya Koryttseva
Final score   2–6, 6–3, 10–8
Events
Singles   Doubles

Iveta Benešová and Janette Husárová were the defending champions, but Husárová chose not to participate, and only Benešová competed that year.
Benešová partnered with Shuai Peng, but lost in the quarterfinals to Mervana Jugić-Salkić and Aurélie Védy.

Sorana Cîrstea and Marina Erakovic won in the final 2–6, 6–3, 10–8, against Vera Dushevina and Mariya Koryttseva.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Spain A Medina Garrigues
 Spain V Ruano Pascual
7 6    
   Germany A-L Grönefeld
 Turkey I Şenoğlu
65 3       1  Spain A Medina Garrigues
 Spain V Ruano Pascual
6 6    
   Germany A Petkovic
 Germany L Siegemund
1 7 [10]      Germany A Petkovic
 Germany L Siegemund
2 4    
   Colombia C Castaño
 Sweden J Larsson
6 61 [5]       1  Spain A Medina Garrigues
 Spain V Ruano Pascual
1 6 [4]  
4  Romania S Cîrstea
 New Zealand M Erakovic
6 6         4  Romania S Cîrstea
 New Zealand M Erakovic
6 3 [10]  
   United Kingdom S Borwell
 United States C Nagle
1 0       4  Romania S Cîrstea
 New Zealand M Erakovic
7 6  
   Poland M Domachowska
 Italy T Garbin
5 3        Luxembourg M Minella
 Luxembourg C Schaul
5 2    
   Luxembourg M Minella
 Luxembourg C Schaul
7 6         4  Romania S Cîrstea
 New Zealand M Erakovic
2 6 [10]
   Ukraine Y Fedak
 Netherlands M Krajicek
3 6 [10]       3  Russia V Dushevina
 Ukraine M Koryttseva
6 3 [8]
   South Africa K Anderson
 South Africa C Scheepers
6 3 [8]        Ukraine Y Fedak
 Netherlands M Krajicek
5 4    
   Argentina G Dulko
 United Kingdom L Robson
2 3     3  Russia V Dushevina
 Ukraine M Koryttseva
7 6    
3  Russia V Dushevina
 Ukraine M Koryttseva
6 6         3  Russia V Dushevina
 Ukraine M Koryttseva
7 6  
   Bosnia and Herzegovina M Jugić-Salkić
 France A Védy
6 7            Bosnia and Herzegovina M Jugić-Salkić
 France A Védy
5 1    
   Sweden S Arvidsson
 Finland E Laine
3 5          Bosnia and Herzegovina M Jugić-Salkić
 France A Védy
6 6  
   Czech Republic E Birnerová
 Germany T Malek
2 4     2  Czech Republic I Benešová
 China S Peng
4 4    
2  Czech Republic I Benešová
 China S Peng
6 6    

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