2009 GDF Suez Grand Prix – Doubles

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2009 GDF Suez Grand Prix
Champion   Russia Alisa Kleybanova
Romania Monica Niculescu
Runner-up   Ukraine Alona Bondarenko
Ukraine Kateryna Bondarenko
Final score   6–4, 7–6(5)
Events
Singles   Doubles

Alizé Cornet and Janette Husárová were the defending champions, but Husárová chose not to participate this year.
Cornet partnered with Eleni Daniilidou, but lost in the first round to Sharon Fichman and Katalin Marosi.

Alisa Kleybanova and Monica Niculescu won in the final 6-4, 7-6(5) against Alona Bondarenko and Kateryna Bondarenko.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Russia A Kleybanova
 Romania M Niculescu
6 6    
   Russia E Ivanova
 Russia A Lapushchenkova
2 0       1  Russia A Kleybanova
 Romania M Niculescu
6 6    
   Slovenia P Hercog
 Czech Republic V Uhlířová
7 1 [9]      Spain L Domínguez Lino
 Italy S Errani
2 0    
   Spain L Domínguez Lino
 Italy S Errani
5 6 [11]       1  Russia A Kleybanova
 Romania M Niculescu
7 63 [10]  
4  Romania E Gallovits
 Israel S Pe'er
6 7            Ukraine M Koryttseva
 Romania IR Olaru
5 7 [8]  
   Hungary A Kapros
 Austria S Klemenschits
2 64       4  Romania E Gallovits
 Israel S Pe'er
6 4 [2]
WC  Hungary B Szávay
 Hungary Á Szávay
1 3        Ukraine M Koryttseva
 Romania IR Olaru
2 6 [10]  
   Ukraine M Koryttseva
 Romania IR Olaru
6 6         1  Russia A Kleybanova
 Romania M Niculescu
6 7  
   Canada S Fichman
 Hungary K Marosi
6 6         2  Ukraine A Bondarenko
 Ukraine K Bondarenko
4 65  
   France A Cornet
 Greece E Daniilidou
2 2          Canada S Fichman
 Hungary K Marosi
w/o      
   Romania A Szatmari
 Slovakia L Tvarošková
4 4     3  Czech Republic L Šafářová
 Kazakhstan G Voskoboeva
       
3  Czech Republic L Šafářová
 Kazakhstan G Voskoboeva
6 6            Canada S Fichman
 Hungary K Marosi
1 1  
   Colombia C Castaño
 Russia A Jidkova
6 1 [4]       2  Ukraine A Bondarenko
 Ukraine K Bondarenko
6 6    
   Austria P Mayr
 Bulgaria T Pironkova
4 6 [10]        Austria P Mayr
 Bulgaria T Pironkova
1 6 [6]
   Georgia (country) M Chakhnashvili
 Ukraine V Kapshay
2 6 [3]   2  Ukraine A Bondarenko
 Ukraine K Bondarenko
6 1 [10]  
2  Ukraine A Bondarenko
 Ukraine K Bondarenko
6 4 [10]  

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