2012 Morocco Tennis Tour – Rabat – Doubles

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2012 Morocco Tennis Tour – Rabat
Champions   Spain Iñigo Cervantes Huegun
Argentina Federico Delbonis
Runners-up   Slovakia Martin Kližan
France Stéphane Robert
Final score   6–7(3–7), 6–1, [10–5]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Alessio di Mauro and Simone Vagnozzi were the defending champions but Vagnozzi decided not to participate.
di Mauro played alongside Alessandro Motti.
Iñigo Cervantes Huegun and Federico Delbonis won the title after defeating Martin Kližan and Stéphane Robert 6–7(3–7), 6–1, [10–5] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Italy A di Mauro
 Italy A Motti
6 6    
WC  Morocco Mohamed Saber
 Morocco M Ziadi
3 1       1  Italy A di Mauro
 Italy A Motti
3 6 [10]  
WC  Algeria L Ouahab
 Morocco Y Rachidi
2 64     Alt  Germany B Knittel
 Germany J-L Struff
6 3 [4]  
Alt  Germany B Knittel
 Germany J-L Struff
6 77         1  Italy A di Mauro
 Italy A Motti
64 2    
4  Slovakia M Kližan
 France S Robert
6 6         4  Slovakia M Kližan
 France S Robert
77 6    
   Romania V Crivoi
 Romania A Ungur
1 2       4  Slovakia M Kližan
 France S Robert
77 6  
WC  Morocco O Erramy
 Morocco Y Idmbarek
2 77 [10]      Germany S Greul
 Spain A Menéndez
64 2    
   Germany S Greul
 Spain A Menéndez
6 64 [12]       4  Slovakia M Kližan
 France S Robert
77 1 [5]
   France J Dasnières de Veigy
 France M Gicquel
6 4 [1]          Spain I Cervantes Huegun
 Argentina F Delbonis
63 6 [10]
   Spain I Cervantes Huegun
 Argentina F Delbonis
2 6 [10]        Spain I Cervantes Huegun
 Argentina F Delbonis
3      
Alt  Italy Andrea Arnaboldi
 Italy G Naso
6 6     Alt  Italy A Arnaboldi
 Italy G Naso
1r      
3  Belarus A Bury
 Poland M Kowalczyk
1 1            Spain I Cervantes Huegun
 Argentina F Delbonis
6 710  
   Italy A Giannessi
 Spain P Riba
61 4         2  Spain D Gimeno-Traver
 Spain G Granollers
3 68    
   Spain P Carreño-Busta
 Spain G Olaso
77 6          Spain P Carreño-Busta
 Spain G Olaso
6 66 [3]
   Czech Republic D Lojda
 Portugal J Sousa
64 4     2  Spain D Gimeno-Traver
 Spain G Granollers
4 78 [10]  
2  Spain D Gimeno-Traver
 Spain G Granollers
77 6    

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