2010 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament – Doubles

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2010 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
Champions   Canada Daniel Nestor 
Serbia Nenad Zimonjić
Runners-up   Sweden Simon Aspelin 
Australia Paul Hanley
Final score   6–4, 4–6, [10–7]
Events
Men   singles   doubles
Wheelchair   singles   doubles

Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić were the defending champions and managed to defend their title, after winning 6–4, 4–6, [10–7] in the final against Simon Aspelin and Paul Hanley.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
7 6    
   Serbia J Tipsarević
 Serbia V Troicki
61 1       1  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
6 6    
   Spain F López
 Spain T Robredo
6 7          Spain F López
 Spain T Robredo
3 4    
   Czech Republic M Damm
 Slovakia F Polášek
4 63         1  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
7 7    
3  Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
7 3 [10]          Austria J Knowle
 Sweden R Lindstedt
5 66    
   Switzerland M Chiudinelli
 Spain G García-López
5 6 [7]     3  Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
3 6 [8]
   South Africa R de Voest
 Netherlands R Wassen
6 67 [8]        Austria J Knowle
 Sweden R Lindstedt
6 4 [10]  
   Austria J Knowle
 Sweden R Lindstedt
4 7 [10]       1  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
6 4 [10]
   Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
6 6            Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
4 6 [7]
ALT  Italy S Bolelli
 Italy A Seppi
2 3          Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
6 7    
   Croatia L Ljubičić
 Austria J Melzer
1 62       4  Germany C Kas
 Belgium D Norman
2 64    
4  Germany C Kas
 Belgium D Norman
6 7            Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
3 6 [10]
   France M Llodra
 Israel A Ram
60 6 [10]       2  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 3 [8]  
   France J Benneteau
 France A Clément
7 4 [4]        France M Llodra
 Israel A Ram
4 66  
WC  Netherlands J Huta Galung
 Netherlands I Sijsling
3 2       2  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 7    
2  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 6    

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