2012 Open Sud de France – Doubles

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2012 Open Sud de France
Champions   France Nicolas Mahut
France Édouard Roger-Vasselin
Runners-up   Australia Paul Hanley
United Kingdom Jamie Murray
Final score   6–4, 7–6(7–4)
Events
Singles   Doubles

Stephen Huss and Ross Hutchins were the defending champions but decided not to participate. However Huss chose not to compete and Hutchins teamed up with Colin Fleming. The French pair formed by Nicolas Mahut and Édouard Roger-Vasselin beat in the final the 3rd seeded Paul Hanley and Jamie Murray with the score 6–4, 7–6(7–4).

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  United Kingdom C Fleming
 United Kingdom R Hutchins
6 6    
   Italy S Bolelli
 Spain A Ramos
1 2       1  United Kingdom C Fleming
 United Kingdom R Hutchins
5 5  
   France N Mahut
 France É Roger-Vasselin
6 7          France N Mahut
 France É Roger-Vasselin
7 7  
   France A Mannarino
 France G Simon
3 5            France N Mahut
 France É Roger-Vasselin
6 6  
4  Germany P Marx
 Canada A Shamasdin
65 1        Philippines TC Huey
 United Kingdom K Skupski
2 2  
   Philippines TC Huey
 United Kingdom K Skupski
77 6        Philippines TC Huey
 United Kingdom K Skupski
6 6  
   Sweden J Brunström
 Finland J Nieminen
4 69          Belgium O Rochus
 Slovakia I Zelenay
3 3    
   Belgium O Rochus
 Slovakia I Zelenay
6 711            France N Mahut
 France É Roger-Vasselin
6 77
WC  France K de Schepper
 France F Martin
6 6         3  Australia P Hanley
 United Kingdom J Murray
4 64
   Italy F Cipolla
 Russia M Elgin
4 2       WC  France K de Schepper
 France F Martin
66 2  
   Germany M Emmrich
 Sweden A Siljeström
68 6 [7]     3  Australia P Hanley
 United Kingdom J Murray
78 6  
3  Australia P Hanley
 United Kingdom J Murray
710 3 [10]       3  Australia P Hanley
 United Kingdom J Murray
6 3 [10]
Alt  Russia N Davydenko
 Russia I Kunitsyn
6 6            Germany D Brown
 Croatia L Zovko
3 6 [5]  
WC  France G Monfils
 France D Monfils
2 1       Alt  Russia N Davydenko
 Russia I Kunitsyn
3 5
   Germany D Brown
 Croatia L Zovko
77 64 [11]        Germany D Brown
 Croatia L Zovko
6 7  
2  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
65 77 [9]  

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