2011 Swedish Open – Men's Doubles

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2011 Swedish Open
Champions   Sweden Robert Lindstedt
Romania Horia Tecău
Runners-up   Sweden Simon Aspelin
Sweden Andreas Siljeström
Final score   6–3, 6–3
Events
Singles   men   women
Doubles   men   women
Swedish Open
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Main article: 2011 Swedish Open

Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecău were the defending champions and they were able to retain their title, beating Simon Aspelin and Andreas Siljeström in the final, 6–3, 6–3.

The final was Aspelin's last professional tennis match, since he chose to retire after this tournament.[1]

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

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Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Sweden R Lindstedt
Romania H Tecău
6 4 [10]
  Austria J Knowle
Slovakia I Zelenay
3 6 [8] 1 Sweden R Lindstedt
Romania H Tecău
6 6  
  Germany D Brown
Germany M Kohlmann
77 4 [10]   Germany D Brown
Germany M Kohlmann
4 2  
  United Kingdom J Delgado
United Kingdom J Marray
61 6 [8] 1 Sweden R Lindstedt
Romania H Tecău
6 6  
3 France J Benneteau
United Kingdom J Murray
3 64     Brazil F Ferreiro
Brazil A Sá
2 3  
  Brazil F Ferreiro
Brazil A Sá
6 77     Brazil F Ferreiro
Brazil A Sá
7 3 [10]
  Argentina M González
Italy P Starace
4 77 [10]   Argentina M González
Italy P Starace
5 6 [6]
  Sweden J Brunström
Denmark F Nielsen
6 64 [6] 1 Sweden R Lindstedt
Romania H Tecău
6 6  
  Russia M Elgin
Kazakhstan M Kukushkin
6 6     Sweden S Aspelin
Sweden A Siljeström
3 3  
  Kazakhstan A Golubev
Italy F Volandri
3 0     Russia M Elgin
Kazakhstan M Kukushkin
6 77  
WC Sweden C Bergman
Sweden P Rosenholm
65 4   4 Spain D Marrero
Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
3 64  
4 Spain D Marrero
Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
77 6     Russia M Elgin
Kazakhstan M Kukushkin
6 3 [11]
  Sweden S Aspelin
Sweden A Siljeström
6 6     Sweden S Aspelin
Sweden A Siljeström
3 6 [13]
WC Sweden P Brydolf
Sweden M Ryderstedt
2 4     Sweden S Aspelin
Sweden A Siljeström
7 6  
  Slovenia B Kavčič
Spain P Riba
6 6     Slovenia B Kavčič
Spain P Riba
5 4  
2 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
4 3  

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