2011 Aegon International – Men's Doubles

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2011 Aegon International
Champions   Israel Jonathan Erlich
Israel Andy Ram
Runners-up   Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov
Italy Andreas Seppi
Final score   6–3, 6–3
Events
Singles   men   women
Doubles   men   women

Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski were the defending champions, but were eliminated in the first round by Jonathan Erlich and Andy Ram who won the tournament.

The final was first abandoned due to rain, but eventually played with Erlich and Ram defeating Grigor Dimitrov and Andreas Seppi in the final, 6–3, 6–3.

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Draw[edit]

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Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  India R Bopanna
 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
6 6    
   Spain P Andújar
 Spain G García-López
3 4       1  India R Bopanna
 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
5 3    
   Bulgaria G Dimitrov
 Italy A Seppi
4 6 [10]      Bulgaria G Dimitrov
 Italy A Seppi
7 6    
   Argentina C Berlocq
 Brazil F Ferreiro
6 1 [6]          Bulgaria G Dimitrov
 Italy A Seppi
7 77    
4  Mexico S González
 United States S Lipsky
5 78 [7]       WC  United Kingdom C Fleming
 United Kingdom R Hutchins
5 65    
   Austria J Knowle
 Brazil A Sá
7 66 [10]        Austria J Knowle
 Brazil A Sá
6 5 [10]
WC  United Kingdom C Fleming
 United Kingdom R Hutchins
77 1 [12]   WC  United Kingdom C Fleming
 United Kingdom R Hutchins
4 7 [12]  
   Sweden S Aspelin
 Australia P Hanley
65 6 [10]          Bulgaria G Dimitrov
 Italy A Seppi
3 3  
   India S Devvarman
 The Bahamas M Knowles
3 4            Israel J Erlich
 Israel A Ram
6 6  
   Chinese Taipei Y-h Lu
 Austria O Marach
6 6          Chinese Taipei Y-h Lu
 Austria O Marach
65 6 [6]  
WC  United Kingdom J Delgado
 United Kingdom J Ward
78 4 [6]   3  Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
77 4 [10]  
3  Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
66 6 [10]       3  Brazil M Melo
 Brazil B Soares
3 79 [11]
   United Kingdom J Murray
 Ukraine S Stakhovsky
3 6 [11]          Israel J Erlich
 Israel A Ram
6 67 [13]  
   France J Benneteau
 France J-W Tsonga
6 2 [13]        France J Benneteau
 France J-W Tsonga
     
   Israel J Erlich
 Israel A Ram
6 6        Israel J Erlich
 Israel A Ram
w/o      
2  Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
4 4    

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