2012 Green World ATP Challenger – Doubles

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2012 Green World ATP Challenger
Champions   United States John Paul Fruttero
South Africa Raven Klaasen
Runners-up   Australia Colin Ebelthite
Australia Samuel Groth
Final score   6–2, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Michail Elgin and Alexander Kudryavtsev were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
John Paul Fruttero and Raven Klaasen won the final 6–2, 6–4 against Colin Ebelthite and Samuel Groth.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  United States JP Fruttero
 South Africa R Klaasen
6 6    
   Slovakia K Čapkovič
 Israel A Weintraub
1 2       1  United States JP Fruttero
 South Africa R Klaasen
4 6 [10]  
   Japan T Matsui
 Japan Hiroki Moriya
6 2 [6]      Chinese Taipei J Wang
 Chinese Taipei T-h Yang
6 3 [8]  
   Chinese Taipei J Wang
 Chinese Taipei T-h Yang
3 6 [10]       1  United States JP Fruttero
 South Africa R Klaasen
6 6    
3  Finland H Heliövaara
 Ukraine D Molchanov
6 6         3  Finland H Heliövaara
 Ukraine D Molchanov
3 3    
WC  Singapore Roy Hobbs
 China Yang Qinnong
1 0       3  Finland H Heliövaara
 Ukraine D Molchanov
6 6  
   Germany S Rieschick
 Thailand D Udomchoke
6 6        Germany S Rieschick
 Thailand D Udomchoke
3 2    
   China Xue Feng
 China Z Zhang
2 3         1  United States JP Fruttero
 South Africa R Klaasen
6 6  
   Italy R Ghedin
 Indonesia C Rungkat
6 7            Australia C Ebelthite
 Australia S Groth
2 4  
WC  China Bai Yan
 China Ma Ya-Nan
2 5          Italy R Ghedin
 Indonesia C Rungkat
3 4    
   Australia C Ebelthite
 Australia S Groth
7 6        Australia C Ebelthite
 Australia S Groth
6 6    
4  Chinese Taipei C-p Hsieh
 Chinese Taipei H-h Lee
5 3            Australia C Ebelthite
 Australia S Groth
6 6  
WC  China Chang Yu
 South Korea S-y Jeong
5 6 [10]       WC  China Chang Yu
 South Korea S-y Jeong
4 4    
   United States K Kim
 South Korea Daniel Yoo
7 4 [8]     WC  China Chang Yu
 South Korea S-y Jeong
6 4 [10]
   India D Sharan
 India V Vardhan
63 4     2  Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
 Thailand So Ratiwatana
2 6 [7]  
2  Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
 Thailand So Ratiwatana
77 6    

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