2009 Indianapolis Tennis Championships

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2009 Indianapolis Tennis Championships
Date:   July 20 – July 26
Edition:   22nd
Category:   ATP World Tour 250
Location:   Indianapolis, United States
Champions
Singles
United States Robby Ginepri
Doubles
Latvia Ernests Gulbis/ Russia Dmitry Tursunov
Indianapolis Tennis Championships
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Robby Ginepri defeated Sam Querrey for his third career title, his first since 2005.
Sam Querrey lost his second straight final, after the 2009 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships two weeks earlier.
Ernests Gulbis and Dmitry Tursunov partnered to their first doubles title together.

The 2009 Indianapolis Tennis Championships (also known as the Indianapolis Tennis Championships presented by Lilly for sponsorship reasons) was a tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It was the 22nd edition of the event known that year as the Indianapolis Tennis Championships and was part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the 2009 ATP World Tour. It took place at the Indianapolis Tennis Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, from July 20 through July 26, 2009. The Indianapolis Tennis Championships was the first ATP stop of the 2009 US Open Series.

ATP entrants[edit]

Seeds[edit]

Player Nation Ranking* Seeding
Dmitry Tursunov  RUS 24 1
Dudi Sela  ISR 30 2
Sam Querrey  USA 34 3
Igor Kunitsyn  RUS 36 4
Benjamin Becker  GER 44 5
Lu Yen-hsun  TPE 57 6
Marc Gicquel  FRA 64 7
Denis Istomin  UZB 68 8

*Seedings based on the July 13, 2009 rankings.

Other entrants[edit]

The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw

The following players received entry from the qualifying draw:

Champions[edit]

Singles[edit]

United States Robby Ginepri def. United States Sam Querrey, 6–2, 6–4

  • It was Ginepri's first title of the year, and his third overall. It was his second win at Indianapolis, also winning in 2005.

Doubles[edit]

Latvia Ernests Gulbis / Russia Dmitry Tursunov def. Australia Ashley Fisher / Australia Jordan Kerr, 6–4, 3–6, [11–9]

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