2009 Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon – Doubles

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2009 Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon
Champions   France Julien Benneteau
France Nicolas Mahut
Runners-up   France Arnaud Clément
France Sébastien Grosjean
Final score   6–4, 7–6(8–6)
Events
Singles   Doubles

Michaël Llodra and Andy Ram were the defending champions, but Ram chose to participate at the St. Petersburg Open instead.
Llodra partnered up with Marc Gicquel, but they lost in the quarterfinals against Simone Bolelli and Ivan Ljubičić
Julien Benneteau and Nicolas Mahut won in the final 6–4, 7–6(8–6) against Arnaud Clément and Sébastien Grosjean.

Seeds[edit]

  1. South Africa Wesley Moodie / Belgium Dick Norman (First Round)
  2. Brazil Bruno Soares / Zimbabwe Kevin Ullyett (First Round)
  3. Czech Republic Martin Damm / Sweden Robert Lindstedt (First Round, retired)
  4. Sweden Simon Aspelin / Australia Paul Hanley (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1  South Africa W Moodie
 Belgium D Norman
64 63    
WC  France J Benneteau
 France N Mahut
77 77       WC  France J Benneteau
 France N Mahut
6 77    
   Spain Ó Hernández
 Spain A Montañés
3 77 [7]        Argentina L Mayer
 Argentina M Vassallo Argüello
4 63    
   Argentina L Mayer
 Argentina M Vassallo Argüello
6 64 [10]       WC  France J Benneteau
 France N Mahut
6 6 [10]  
3  Czech Republic M Damm
 Sweden R Lindstedt
5 1r          Brazil M Melo
 Brazil A Sá
2 7 [4]  
   South Africa J Coetzee
 Australia S Huss
7 2          South Africa J Coetzee
 Australia S Huss
3 4  
   Brazil M Melo
 Brazil A Sá
6 6          Brazil M Melo
 Brazil A Sá
6 6    
   Germany B Becker
 France F Santoro
2 3         WC  France J Benneteau
 France N Mahut
6 78  
   Italy S Bolelli
 Croatia I Ljubičić
6 3 [10]       WC  France A Clément
 France S Grosjean
4 66  
   United Kingdom R Hutchins
 Romania H Tecău
3 6 [6]        Italy S Bolelli
 Croatia I Ljubičić
4 7 [12]  
   France M Gicquel
 France M Llodra
6 6          France M Gicquel
 France M Llodra
6 5 [10]  
4  Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
3 4            Italy S Bolelli
 Croatia I Ljubičić
3 4  
   United States E Butorac
 United States R Ram
3 6 [8]       WC  France A Clément
 France S Grosjean
6 6    
   Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Argentina J Mónaco
6 3 [10]        Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Argentina J Mónaco
4 1  
WC  France A Clément
 France S Grosjean
6 77       WC  France A Clément
 France S Grosjean
6 6    
2  Brazil B Soares
 Zimbabwe K Ullyett
4 61    

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