2010 If Stockholm Open – Doubles

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2010 If Stockholm Open
Champions   United States Eric Butorac
Netherlands Antilles Jean-Julien Rojer
Runners-up   Sweden Johan Brunström
Finland Jarkko Nieminen
Final score   6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Bruno Soares and Kevin Ullyett were the defending champions. Ullyett retired from professional tennis in 2009.
As a result, Soares partnered up with his compatriot Marcelo Melo, but they lost in semifinals against Eric Butorac and Jean-Julien Rojer.
Butorac and Rojer won their second doubles title in this year (last win in Tokyo). They defeated Johan Brunström and Jarkko Nieminen 6–3, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Poland Łukasz Kubot / Austria Oliver Marach (First Round)
  2. South Africa Wesley Moodie / Belgium Dick Norman (Semifinals)
  3. Sweden Robert Lindstedt / Romania Horia Tecău (First Round)
  4. Sweden Simon Aspelin / Australia Paul Hanley (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Poland Ł Kubot
 Austria O Marach
4 6 [13]  
   Mexico S González
 Germany P Marx
6 4 [15]        Mexico S González
 Germany P Marx
7 3 [5]  
   Spain M Granollers
 Spain F López
6 4 [5]        Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
5 6 [10]  
   Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
1 6 [10]          Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
63 4    
4  Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
64 3            United States E Butorac
 Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
77 6    
   United States E Butorac
 Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
77 6          United States E Butorac
 Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
7 64 [10]
   France A Clément
 Austria J Knowle
4 2       WC  United States B Battistone
 Sweden A Siljeström
5 77 [8]  
WC  United States B Battistone
 Sweden A Siljeström
6 6            United States E Butorac
 Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
6 6  
   Germany C Kas
 Germany M Kohlmann
65 6 [16]          Sweden J Brunström
 Finland J Nieminen
3 4  
ALT  Spain D Gimeno-Traver
 Italy A Seppi
77 3 [14]        Germany C Kas
 Germany M Kohlmann
5 3    
   Sweden J Brunström
 Finland J Nieminen
6 6          Sweden J Brunström
 Finland J Nieminen
7 6    
3  Sweden R Lindstedt
 Romania H Tecău
3 1            Sweden J Brunström
 Finland J Nieminen
6 6  
   Germany B Becker
 Germany M Berrer
4 7 [5]       2  South Africa W Moodie
 Belgium D Norman
2 3    
WC  Finland H Kontinen
 Sweden M Ryderstedt
6 5 [10]     WC  Finland H Kontinen
 Sweden M Ryderstedt
66 2  
   Israel J Erlich
 Australia J Kerr
7 65 [7]     2  South Africa W Moodie
 Belgium D Norman
78 6    
2  South Africa W Moodie
 Belgium D Norman
5 77 [10]  

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