2012 If Stockholm Open – Doubles

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2012 If Stockholm Open
Champions   Brazil Marcelo Melo
Brazil Bruno Soares
Runners-up   Sweden Robert Lindstedt
Serbia Nenad Zimonjić
Final score   6–7(4–7), 7–5, [10–6]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Rohan Bopanna and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi were the defending champions but Bopanna decided not to participate.
Qureshi played alongside Jean-Julien Rojer.
Marcelo Melo and Bruno Soares won the final 6–7(4–7), 7–5, [10–6] against Robert Lindstedt and Nenad Zimonjić.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Sweden R. Lindstedt
 Romania H. Tecau
6 6  
 Finland H. Heliovaara
 Finland J. Nieminen
4 4     1  Sweden R. Lindstedt
 Romania H. Tecau
7 6  
 Portugal F. Gil
 Spain D. Gimeno-Traver
2 1    Australia C. Ebelthite
 United Kingdom J. Murray
65 3  
 Australia C. Ebelthite
 United Kingdom J. Murray
6 6       1  Sweden R. Lindstedt
 Romania H. Tecau
6 6  
3  Australia P. Hanley
 Austria J. Knowle
6 6       3  Australia P. Hanley
 Austria J. Knowle
4 3  
 France O. Charroin
 Ukraine D. Molchanov
2 0     3  Australia P. Hanley
 Austria J. Knowle
6 6
 Brazil J. Souza
 Argentina Horacio Zeballos
6 6    Brazil J. Souza
 Argentina Horacio Zeballos
2 3  
 Italy S. Bolelli
 Italy A. Giannessi
4 3       1  Sweden R. Lindstedt
 Romania H. Tecau
6 7
 Romania A. Ungur
 Italy F. Volandri
79 6       2  Austria A. Peya
 Brazil B. Soares
3 65
Alt  Spain R. Bautista-Agut
 Estonia J. Zopp
67 3      Romania A. Ungur
 Italy F. Volandri
6 6  
 Argentina F. Delbonis
 Spain A. Ramos
6 3 10    Argentina F. Delbonis
 Spain A. Ramos
3 1  
4  Sweden J. Brunstrom
 Belgium D. Norman
4 6 4        Romania A. Ungur
 Italy F. Volandri
2 0
 Russia M. Elgin
 Kazakhstan M. Kukushkin
6 6       2  Austria A. Peya
 Brazil B. Soares
6 6  
WC  Finland F. Bergevi
 Finland F. Simonsson
1 2      Russia M. Elgin
 Kazakhstan M. Kukushkin
65 5
WC  Finland P. Rosenholm
 Finland M. Ryderstedt
0 2   2  Austria A. Peya
 Brazil B. Soares
7 7  
2  Austria A. Peya
 Brazil B. Soares
6 6  

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