2011 Aircel Chennai Open – Doubles

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2011 Aircel Chennai Open
Champions   India Mahesh Bhupathi
India Leander Paes
Runners-up   Netherlands Robin Haase
United States David Martin
Final score   6–2, 6–7(3–7), [10–7]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Marcel Granollers and Santiago Ventura were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes clinched the title. They defeated Robin Haase and David Martin 6–2, 6–7(3–7), [10–7] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  India M Bhupathi
 India L Paes
3 710 [10]  
   Canada F Dancevic
 Switzerland S Wawrinka
6 68 [4]     1  India M Bhupathi
 India L Paes
6 77    
   Belgium X Malisse
 United Kingdom J Murray
3 1        Germany P Marx
 United Kingdom K Skupski
4 63    
   Germany P Marx
 United Kingdom K Skupski
6 6         1  India M Bhupathi
 India L Paes
6 64 [10]  
4  United Kingdom C Fleming
 United Kingdom R Hutchins
67 1            Croatia M Čilić
 Croatia I Dodig
1 77 [5]  
   Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
 Thailand So Ratiwatana
77 6          Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
 Thailand So Ratiwatana
2 4  
   Croatia M Čilić
 Croatia I Dodig
6 7        Croatia M Čilić
 Croatia I Dodig
6 6    
   Czech Republic L Friedl
 Australia J Kerr
0 5         1  India M Bhupathi
 India L Paes
6 63 [10]
WC  India D Sharan
 India V Vardhan
2 2            Netherlands R Haase
 United States D Martin
2 77 [7]
   Italy S Bolelli
 Serbia J Tipsarević
6 6          Italy S Bolelli
 Serbia J Tipsarević
6 6    
   United States S Lipsky
 United States R Ram
6 6        United States S Lipsky
 United States R Ram
4 2    
3  Germany D Brown
 Netherlands R Wassen
1 2            Italy S Bolelli
 Serbia J Tipsarević
6 3 [7]
WC  India S Devvarman
 India S Singh
7 2 [8]          Netherlands R Haase
 United States D Martin
2 6 [10]  
   Netherlands R Haase
 United States D Martin
5 6 [10]        Netherlands R Haase
 United States D Martin
6 7  
   Brazil M Daniel
 Argentina E Schwank
3 63     2  India R Bopanna
 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
4 5    
2  India R Bopanna
 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
6 77    

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