2009 International German Open – Doubles

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2009 International German Open
Champions   Sweden Simon Aspelin
Australia Paul Hanley
Runners-up   Brazil Marcelo Melo
Slovakia Filip Polášek
Final score   6–3, 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles

Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić were the defending champions, but chose not to participate that year.

Simon Aspelin and Paul Hanley won in the final, 6–3, 6–3, against Marcelo Melo and Filip Polášek.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Poland Mariusz Fyrstenberg / Poland Marcin Matkowski (First Round)
  2. South Africa Wesley Moodie / Belgium Dick Norman (Quarterfinals)
  3. Poland Łukasz Kubot / Austria Oliver Marach (Quarterfinals)
  4. Czech Republic Lukáš Dlouhý / Czech Republic David Škoch (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
3 2  
  Germany C Kas
Serbia V Troicki
6 6     Germany C Kas
Serbia V Troicki
     
  Sweden S Aspelin
Australia P Hanley
6 6     Sweden S Aspelin
Australia P Hanley
w/o    
WC Germany M Stich
Germany M Zverev
4 2     Sweden S Aspelin
Australia P Hanley
4 7 [10]
3 Poland Ł Kubot
Austria O Marach
6 7     Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 64 [6]
  Belgium C Rochus
Switzerland S Wawrinka
4 61   3 Poland Ł Kubot
Austria O Marach
1 6 [7]
  France F Serra
France G Simon
1 1     Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 1 [10]
  Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 6     Sweden S Aspelin
Australia P Hanley
6 6  
  Spain M Granollers
Spain T Robredo
4 2     Brazil M Melo
Slovakia F Polášek
3 3  
  Austria J Knowle
Austria J Melzer
6 6     Austria J Knowle
Austria J Melzer
3 64  
  Sweden J Brunstrom
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
65 65   4 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 7  
4 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Czech Republic D Škoch
7 7   4 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Czech Republic D Škoch
2 1  
  Brazil M Melo
Slovakia F Polášek
6 6     Brazil M Melo
Slovakia F Polášek
6 6  
WC Germany K Krawietz
Germany N Langer
0 4     Brazil M Melo
Slovakia F Polášek
6 4 [12]
  France J Chardy
France P-H Mathieu
6 3 [7] 2 South Africa W Moodie
Belgium D Norman
4 6 [10]
2 South Africa W Moodie
Belgium D Norman
3 6 [10]

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