2012 Guzzini Challenger – Doubles

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2012 Guzzini Challenger
Champions   Australia Brydan Klein
Australia Dane Propoggia
Runners-up   Croatia Marin Draganja
Croatia Dino Marcan
Final score   7–5, 2–6, [14–12]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Frederik Nielsen and Ken Skupski were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Brydan Klein and Dane Propoggia won the final 7–5, 2–6, [14–12] against Marin Draganja and Dino Marcan.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Croatia Marin Draganja / Croatia Dino Marcan (Final)
  2. Italy Claudio Grassi / Italy Stefano Ianni (Semifinals)
  3. Italy Alessandro Motti / United States Denis Zivkovic (Quarterfinals)
  4. Australia Brydan Klein / Australia Dane Propoggia (Champions)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
 
    1  Croatia M Draganja
 Croatia D Marcan
7 6    
   Italy Lorenzo Giustino
 France Julien Obry
6 6          Italy Lorenzo Giustino
 France Julien Obry
5 2    
WC  Romania Paul Rareș Andriuc
 Romania Angel Ștefan Rașcu
1 2         1  Croatia M Draganja
 Croatia D Marcan
6 6    
         Australia J Lemke
 Australia Chris Letcher
3 3    
    3  Italy A Motti
 United States D Zivkovic
4 77 [12]
   Australia J Lemke
 Australia Chris Letcher
6 2 [11]        Australia J Lemke
 Australia Chris Letcher
6 60 [14]  
   Canada P Polansky
 Italy Federico Torresi
2 6 [9]       1  Croatia M Draganja
 Croatia D Marcan
5 6 [12]
   Republic of Ireland James Cluskey
 France F Martin
6 7         4  Australia B Klein
 Australia D Propoggia
7 2 [14]
   Italy Marco Cecchinato
 Italy S Galvani
3 5          Republic of Ireland James Cluskey
 France F Martin
77 4 [7]  
    4  Australia B Klein
 Australia D Propoggia
63 6 [10]  
      4  Australia B Klein
 Australia D Propoggia
63 6 [11]
   Italy Marco Stancati
 Italy L Vanni
6 3 [13]       2  Italy Claudio Grassi
 Italy S Ianni
77 1 [9]  
   Italy Matteo Marfia
 Italy Giacomo Miccini
3 6 [11]        Italy Marco Stancati
 Italy L Vanni
4 2  
    2  Italy Claudio Grassi
 Italy S Ianni
6 6    
 

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