2009 Bank Austria-TennisTrophy – Doubles

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2009 Bank Austria-TennisTrophy
Champions   Poland Łukasz Kubot
Austria Oliver Marach
Runners-up   Austria Julian Knowle
Austria Jürgen Melzer
Final score   2–6, 6–4, [11–9]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Max Mirnyi and Andy Ram were the defending champions, but they chose not to participate this year.
Łukasz Kubot and Oliver Marach won in the final 2–6, 6–4, [11–9] against Julian Knowle and Jürgen Melzer.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
6 68 [6]  
   United States J Isner
 Australia J Kerr
4 710 [10]        United States J Isner
 Australia J Kerr
6 79    
   Italy A Seppi
 Italy S Vagnozzi
6 77          Italy A Seppi
 Italy S Vagnozzi
3 67    
   Spain N Almagro
 Spain G García-López
2 65            United States J Isner
 Australia J Kerr
4 6 [6]  
3  Poland Ł Kubot
 Austria O Marach
6 5 [10]       3  Poland Ł Kubot
 Austria O Marach
6 3 [10]  
   Switzerland M Chiudinelli
 Australia P Luczak
2 7 [8]     3  Poland Ł Kubot
 Austria O Marach
64 6 [10]
   Germany M Kohlmann
 Austria A Peya
77 712          Germany M Kohlmann
 Austria A Peya
77 4 [8]  
   Australia C Ball
 United States T Rettenmaier
64 610         3  Poland Ł Kubot
 Austria O Marach
2 6 [11]
   Croatia M Čilić
 Croatia L Zovko
6 6         4  Austria J Knowle
 Austria J Melzer
6 4 [9]
   Spain F López
 Spain M López
3 2          Croatia M Čilić
 Croatia L Zovko
61 5    
   Czech Republic L Dlouhý
 Germany P Petzschner
5 3       4  Austria J Knowle
 Austria J Melzer
77 7    
4  Austria J Knowle
 Austria J Melzer
7 6         4  Austria J Knowle
 Austria J Melzer
6 1 [10]
   Germany C Kas
 Germany P Kohlschreiber
6 6            Germany C Kas
 Germany P Kohlschreiber
4 6 [6]  
WC  Czech Republic J Hájek
 Austria D Köllerer
2 4          Germany C Kas
 Germany P Kohlschreiber
6 3 [11]
WC  Austria M Fischer
 Austria P Oswald
4 63       2  Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
4 6 [9]  
2  Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
6 77    

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