2009 Brisbane International – Men's Doubles

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2009 Brisbane International
Champions   France Marc Gicquel
France Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Runners-up   Spain Fernando Verdasco
Germany Mischa Zverev
Final score   6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles   men   women
Doubles   men   women
Brisbane International
 < 2008 2010 > 

Martín García and Marcelo Melo were the defending champions, but García chose not to participate, and only Melo competed that year.
Melo partnered with André Sá, but lost in the first round to Travis Parrott and Filip Polášek.

Marc Gicquel and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won in the final, 6–4, 6–3, against Fernando Verdasco and Mischa Zverev.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Belarus Max Mirnyi / Israel Andy Ram (Quarterfinals)
  2. Brazil Marcelo Melo / Brazil André Sá (First Round)
  3. Sweden Simon Aspelin / Czech Republic Pavel Vízner (Quarterfinals)
  4. Czech Republic Martin Damm / Sweden Robert Lindstedt (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Belarus M Mirnyi
 Israel A Ram
4 6 [11]  
   Czech Republic T Berdych
 Czech Republic R Štěpánek
6 2 [9]     1  Belarus M Mirnyi
 Israel A Ram
4 4    
   United States M Fish
 United States S Querrey
5 5     WC  Australia C Ball
 Australia C Guccione
6 6    
WC  Australia C Ball
 Australia C Guccione
7 7         WC  Australia C Ball
 Australia C Guccione
4 2    
4  Czech Republic M Damm
 Sweden R Lindstedt
7 7            Spain F Verdasco
 Germany M Zverev
6 6    
   Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Brazil B Soares
5 5       4  Czech Republic M Damm
 Sweden R Lindstedt
3 3  
WC  Australia B Klein
 Australia B Tomic
64 65        Spain F Verdasco
 Germany M Zverev
6 6    
   Spain F Verdasco
 Germany M Zverev
77 77            Spain F Verdasco
 Germany M Zverev
4 3  
   France M Gicquel
 France J-W Tsonga
7 4 [10]          France M Gicquel
 France J-W Tsonga
6 6  
   Croatia M Ančić
 France P-H Mathieu
5 6 [4]        France M Gicquel
 France J-W Tsonga
77 6    
   France J Benneteau
 France M Llodra
4 5     3  Sweden S Aspelin
 Czech Republic P Vízner
61 4    
3  Sweden S Aspelin
 Czech Republic P Vízner
6 7            France M Gicquel
 France J-W Tsonga
7 64 [10]
   Austria J Knowle
 Austria J Melzer
716 2 [4]          United States T Parrott
 Slovakia F Polášek
5 77 7  
   United Kingdom J Murray
 Serbia D Vemić
614 6 [10]        United Kingdom J Murray
 Serbia D Vemić
3 4  
   United States T Parrott
 Slovakia F Polášek
3 6 [10]      United States T Parrott
 Slovakia F Polášek
6 6    
2  Brazil M Melo
 Brazil A Sá
6 2 [1]  

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