2011 ASB Classic – Doubles

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2011 ASB Classic
Champions   Czech Republic Kveta Peschke
Slovenia Katarina Srebotnik
Runners-up   New Zealand Marina Erakovic
Sweden Sofia Arvidsson
Final score   6–3, 6–0
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2011 ASB Classic

Cara Black and Liezel Huber were the defending champions after defeating Natalie Grandin and Laura Granville in the 2010 final. However they did not defend the title together after splitting halfway through the 2010 season.[1]
Květa Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik won in the final against Sofia Arvidsson and Marina Erakovic, 6–3, 6–0.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Czech Republic K Peschke
 Slovenia K Srebotnik
6 6    
   Thailand N Lertcheewakarn
 Japan A Nakamura
3 2       1  Czech Republic K Peschke
 Slovenia K Srebotnik
6 6    
   Argentina M Irigoyen
 Argentina F Molinero
68 4        Japan K Nara
 United Kingdom H Watson
2 1    
   Japan K Nara
 United Kingdom H Watson
7 6         1  Czech Republic K Peschke
 Slovenia K Srebotnik
6 6    
3  India S Mirza
 Czech Republic R Voracova
6 6         3  India S Mirza
 Czech Republic R Voracova
1 1    
   United Kingdom S Borwell
 Canada M-È Pelletier
3 4       3  India S Mirza
 Czech Republic R Voracova
6 7  
WC  New Zealand L Beattie
 New Zealand E Fanning
3 2        Sweden J Larsson
 Germany J Wöhr
2 64    
   Sweden J Larsson
 Germany J Wöhr
6 6         1  Czech Republic K Peschke
 Slovenia K Srebotnik
6 6  
   Spain L Domínguez Lino
 Spain S Soler Espinosa
4 5            Sweden S Arvidsson
 New Zealand M Erakovic
3 0  
   France A Cornet
 Romania E Gallovits-Hall
6 7          France A Cornet
 Romania E Gallovits-Hall
6 6    
   Czech Republic E Birnerová
 United Kingdom A Keothavong
5 6 [8]   4  Latvia L Dekmeijere
 Germany A-L Grönefeld
4 2    
4  Latvia L Dekmeijere
 Germany A-L Grönefeld
7 4 [10]          France A Cornet
 Romania E Gallovits-Hall
3 1  
   Sweden S Arvidsson
 New Zealand M Erakovic
6 6          Sweden S Arvidsson
 New Zealand M Erakovic
6 6    
   Romania S Halep
 Austria T Paszek
2 1          Sweden S Arvidsson
 New Zealand M Erakovic
7 6  
   Italy C Dentoni
 Romania L Ungur
3 4     2  South Africa N Grandin
 Czech Republic V Uhlířová
66 3    
2  South Africa N Grandin
 Czech Republic V Uhlířová
6 6    

References[edit]

  1. ^ Collin Matiza (27 April 2010). "Zimbabwe: Cara Black, Huber Split". AllAfrica.com. Retrieved 10 November 2010.