2009 Open 13 – Doubles

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2009 Open 13
Champions   France Arnaud Clément
France Michaël Llodra
Runners-up   Austria Julian Knowle
Israel Andy Ram
Final score   3–6, 6–3, [10–8]
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2009 Open 13

Martin Damm and Pavel Vízner are the defending champions, but did not play together that year.
Martin Damm partnered with Robert Lindstedt, but lost in the first round to Arnaud Clément and Michaël Llodra.
Pavel Vízner partnered with Simon Aspelin, but lost in the first round to Julien Benneteau and Fabrice Santoro.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Austria Julian Knowle / Israel Andy Ram (Final)
  2. Czech Republic Martin Damm / Sweden Robert Lindstedt (First Round)
  3. Sweden Simon Aspelin / Czech Republic Pavel Vízner (First Round)
  4. Australia Stephen Huss / United Kingdom Ross Hutchins (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Austria J Knowle
Israel A Ram
79 77  
  South Africa R de Voest
Netherlands R Wassen
67 62   1 Austria J Knowle
Israel A Ram
6 6  
  France M Gicquel
France P-H Mathieu
4 2     Russia M Youzhny
Germany M Zverev
3 4  
  Russia M Youzhny
Germany M Zverev
6 6   1 Austria J Knowle
Israel A Ram
77 6  
3 Sweden S Aspelin
Czech Republic P Vízner
4 5     Czech Republic T Berdych
Czech Republic J Hernych
65 2  
WC France J Benneteau
France F Santoro
6 7   WC France J Benneteau
France F Santoro
3 3  
  Czech Republic T Berdych
Czech Republic J Hernych
6 7     Czech Republic T Berdych
Czech Republic J Hernych
6 6  
WC France S de Chaunac
France D Guez
2 5   1 Austria J Knowle
Israel A Ram
6 3 [8]
  Germany C Kas
Germany R Schüttler
64 77 [12]   France A Clément
France M Llodra
3 6 [10]
  France N Mahut
France G Simon
77 65 [10]   Germany C Kas
Germany R Schüttler
1 63  
  Italy S Bolelli
Italy A Seppi
3 4   4 Australia S Huss
United Kingdom R Hutchins
6 77  
4 Australia S Huss
United Kingdom R Hutchins
6 6   4 Australia S Huss
United Kingdom R Hutchins
2 62  
  South Africa W Moodie
Belgium D Norman
77 6     France A Clément
France M Llodra
6 77  
  Sweden J Brunström
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
65 2     South Africa W Moodie
Belgium D Norman
4 61  
  France A Clément
France M Llodra
77 67 [10]   France A Clément
France M Llodra
6 77  
2 Czech Republic M Damm
Sweden R Lindstedt
65 79 [3]

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