2010 Copa Telmex – Doubles

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2010 Copa Telmex
Champions   Argentina Sebastián Prieto
Argentina Horacio Zeballos
Runners-up   Germany Simon Greul
Australia Peter Luczak
Final score   7–6(7–4), 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles

Marcel Granollers and Alberto Martín were the defending champions, but Martín chose to not participate.
Granollers decided to participate with Pablo Cuevas, but they lost in the quarterfinals against Simon Greul and Peter Luczak.
Sebastián Prieto and Horacio Zeballos defeated 7–6(7–4), 6–3 Greul and Luczak in the final.

Seeds[edit]

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Draws[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Uruguay P Cuevas
 Spain M Granollers
5 6 [10]  
   France R Gasquet
 Argentina M Vassallo Argüello
7 4 [4]     1  Uruguay P Cuevas
 Spain M Granollers
3 4    
   Portugal F Gil
 Argentina E Schwank
4 1        Germany S Greul
 Australia P Luczak
6 6    
   Germany S Greul
 Australia P Luczak
6 6            Germany S Greul
 Australia P Luczak
w/o      
3  Czech Republic L Friedl
 Czech Republic D Škoch
7 2 [6]          Spain D Ferrer
 Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
       
   Spain D Ferrer
 Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
5 6 [10]        Spain D Ferrer
 Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
6 7  
WC  Argentina JP Brzezicki
 Argentina JI Chela
4 4        Russia I Andreev
 Spain D Gimeno-Traver
2 5    
   Russia I Andreev
 Spain D Gimeno-Traver
6 6            Germany S Greul
 Australia P Luczak
64 3  
   Spain Ó Hernández
 Spain A Montañés
3 6 [3]       4  Argentina S Prieto
 Argentina H Zeballos
77 6  
WC  Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Argentina B Dabul
6 3 [10]     WC  Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Argentina B Dabul
6 4 [6]  
   Brazil M Daniel
 Italy P Lorenzi
64 0     4  Argentina S Prieto
 Argentina H Zeballos
2 6 [10]  
4  Argentina S Prieto
 Argentina H Zeballos
77 6         4  Argentina S Prieto
 Argentina H Zeballos
6 77  
   Spain N Almagro
 Spain S Ventura
5 6 [10]          Spain N Almagro
 Spain S Ventura
1 65    
   Italy F Fognini
 Italy P Starace
7 2 [3]        Spain N Almagro
 Spain S Ventura
5 6 [10]
   Austria D Köllerer
 Austria O Marach
6 6        Austria D Köllerer
 Austria O Marach
7 1 [7]  
2  Brazil A Sá
 Romania H Tecău
1 4    

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