2010 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships – Doubles

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2010 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
Champions   Australia Carsten Ball
Australia Chris Guccione
Runners-up   Mexico Santiago González
United States Travis Rettenmaier
Final score   6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Jordan Kerr and Rajeev Ram were the defending champions, but chose not to compete with each other.
Kerr chose to compete with Ross Hutchins, but they got out in the first round to Jonathan Erlich and Scott Lipsky.
Ram chose to compete with Jean-Julien Rojer, however they lost in the first round to Marc Gicquel and Santiago Ventura.
Unseeded Carsten Ball and Chris Guccione won in the final 6–3, 6–4, against Santiago González and Travis Rettenmaier.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  United States M Fish
 United States S Querrey
77 69 [11]  
   Australia C Ball
 Australia C Guccione
63 711 [13]        Australia C Ball
 Australia C Guccione
6 6    
   Colombia S Giraldo
 Belgium O Rochus
613 2        Poland T Bednarek
 Jamaica D Brown
3 4    
   Poland T Bednarek
 Jamaica D Brown
715 6            Australia C Ball
 Australia C Guccione
7 77    
3  United Kingdom R Hutchins
 Australia J Kerr
3 2            Israel J Erlich
 United States S Lipsky
5 63    
   Israel J Erlich
 United States S Lipsky
6 6          Israel J Erlich
 United States S Lipsky
77 6  
   United Kingdom J Marray
 United Kingdom J Murray
77 77        United Kingdom J Marray
 United Kingdom J Murray
63 3    
WC  United States J Cerretani
 Canada A Shamasdin
63 65            Australia C Ball
 Australia C Guccione
6 6  
   Colombia A Falla
 Argentina S Prieto
77 64 [5]       4  Mexico S González
 United States T Rettenmaier
3 4  
   France N Mahut
 France É Roger-Vasselin
62 77 [10]        France N Mahut
 France É Roger-Vasselin
6 61 [4]  
WC  Australia S Huss
 Australia J Sirianni
63 4     4  Mexico S González
 United States T Rettenmaier
3 77 [10]  
4  Mexico S González
 United States T Rettenmaier
77 6         4  Mexico S González
 United States T Rettenmaier
6 7  
   Slovakia K Beck
 Netherlands R Wassen
4 4            France M Gicquel
 Spain S Ventura
3 5    
   Germany M Kohlmann
 Austria A Peya
6 6          Germany M Kohlmann
 Austria A Peya
4 4  
   France M Gicquel
 Spain S Ventura
3 77 [11]      France M Gicquel
 Spain S Ventura
6 6    
2  United States R Ram
 Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
6 65 [9]  

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