2008 Heineken Open – Doubles

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2008 Heineken Open
Champions   Peru Luis Horna
Argentina Juan Mónaco
Runners-up   Belgium Xavier Malisse
Austria Jürgen Melzer
Final score   6–4, 3–6, [10–7]
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2008 Heineken Open

Jeff Coetzee and Rogier Wassen were the defending champions. They were both present but did not compete together.
Coetzee partnered with Jaroslav Levinský, but lost in the semifinals to Xavier Malisse and Jürgen Melzer.
Wassen partnered with Christopher Kas, but lost in the first round to Jeff Coetzee and Jaroslav Levinský.

Luis Horna and Juan Mónaco won in the final 6–4, 3–6, [10–7], against Xavier Malisse and Jürgen Melzer.

Seeds[edit]

  1. France Julien Benneteau / France Michaël Llodra (withdrew due to a shoulder injury for Llodra)
  2. Brazil Marcelo Melo / Brazil André Sá (First Round)
  3. Australia Jordan Kerr / Australia Todd Perry (First Round)
  4. Germany Christopher Kas / Netherlands Rogier Wassen (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
ALT/1  Czech Republic T Cibulec
 South Africa C Haggard
65 6 5  
   Belgium X Malisse
 Austria J Melzer
77 4 [10]        Belgium X Malisse
 Austria J Melzer
7 6    
   Spain Ó Hernández
 Spain Montañés
2 77 [10]      Spain Ó Hernández
 Spain Montañés
5 0    
   Switzerland Y Allegro
 United States J Thomas
6 65 [8]          Belgium X Malisse
 Austria J Melzer
6 6    
4  Germany C Kas
 Netherlands R Wassen
1 4            South Africa J Coetzee
 Czech Republic J Levinský
3 4    
   South Africa J Coetzee
 Czech Republic J Levinský
6 6          South Africa J Coetzee
 Czech Republic J Levinský
77 6  
   Argentina J Acasuso
 Argentina JI Chela
3 6 7      Argentina M García
 Sweden R Lindstedt
64 4    
   Argentina M García
 Sweden R Lindstedt
6 2 [10]          Belgium X Malisse
 Austria J Melzer
4 6 [7]
   Czech Republic L Friedl
 Czech Republic D Škoch
1 2            Peru L Horna
 Argentina J Mónaco
6 3 [10]
WC  New Zealand D King-Turner
 United States D Martin
6 6       WC  New Zealand D King-Turner
 United States D Martin
1 66    
   Spain N Almagro
 Argentina S Roitman
3 77 [12]      Spain N Almagro
 Argentina S Roitman
6 78    
3  Australia J Kerr
 Australia T Perry
6 65 [10]          Spain N Almagro
 Argentina S Roitman
2 4  
   Peru L Horna
 Argentina J Mónaco
6 6            Peru L Horna
 Argentina J Mónaco
6 6    
WC  New Zealand GD Jones
 New Zealand J Statham
4 4          Peru L Horna
 Argentina J Mónaco
6 6  
   Czech Republic F Čermák
 Croatia L Zovko
4 7 [10]      Czech Republic F Čermák
 Croatia L Zovko
3 2    
2  Brazil M Melo
 Brazil A Sá
6 5 [8]  

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