2010 International German Open – Doubles

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2010 International German Open
Champion   Spain Marc López
Spain David Marrero
Runner-up   France Jérémy Chardy
France Paul-Henri Mathieu
Final score   6–3, 2–6, [10–8]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Simon Aspelin and Paul Hanley were the defending champions, but they were eliminated in the quarterfinal by Jérémy Chardy and Paul-Henri Mathieu.
Marc López and David Marrero defeated Jérémy Chardy and Paul-Henri Mathieu 6–3, 2–6, [10–8] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1  Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
3 7 [5]  
   Slovakia F Polášek
 Ukraine S Stakhovsky
6 68 [10]        Slovakia F Polášek
 Ukraine S Stakhovsky
65 4    
   Spain M Granollers
 Spain T Robredo
4 3          Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
7 6    
   Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
6 6            Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
4 6 [12]  
4  South Africa W Moodie
 Belgium D Norman
7 6            Spain M López
 Spain D Marrero
6 3 [14]  
WC  Germany T Kamke
 Germany J Reister
62 4       4  South Africa W Moodie
 Belgium D Norman
7 4 [7]
   Brazil T Bellucci
 Argentina M González
66 2          Spain M López
 Spain D Marrero
64 6 [10]  
   Spain M López
 Spain D Marrero
7 6            Spain M López
 Spain D Marrero
6 2 [10]
ALT  Italy A Seppi
 Italy P Starace
6 65 [9]       ALT  France J Chardy
 France P-H Mathieu
3 6 [8]
WC  Germany A Beck
 Germany C Kas
4 7 [11]     WC  Germany A Beck
 Germany C Kas
6 7    
   Uruguay P Cuevas
 Argentina E Schwank
3 6 [20]     3  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
2 67    
3  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 3 [22]       WC  Germany A Beck
 Germany C Kas
6 4 [8]
   Sweden J Brunström
 Germany P Kohlschreiber
6 65 [8]       ALT  France J Chardy
 France P-H Mathieu
4 6 [10]  
ALT  France J Chardy
 France P-H Mathieu
4 7 [10]     ALT  France J Chardy
 France P-H Mathieu
6 1  
   Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
5 6 [10]        Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
3 0 r  
2  Austria J Melzer
 Germany P Petzschner
7 4 [6]  

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