2012 e-Boks Open – Doubles

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2012 e-Boks Open
Champions   Japan Kimiko Date-Krumm
Japan Rika Fujiwara
Runners-up   Sweden Sofia Arvidsson
Estonia Kaia Kanepi
Final score   6–2, 4–6, [10–5]
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2012 e-Boks Open

Johanna Larsson and Jasmin Wöhr were the defending champions, but they lost in the second round to second seeded Anastasia Rodionova and Arina Rodionova.
Kimiko Date-Krumm and Rika Fujiwara won the title after defeating Sofia Arvidsson and Kaia Kanepi 6–2, 4–6, [10–5] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Germany A-L Grönefeld
 Croatia P Martić
4 3    
   France A Cornet
 France P Parmentier
6 6          France A Cornet
 France P Parmentier
6 6    
   Ukraine L Kichenok
 Ukraine N Kichenok
6 1 [4]      France S Foretz Gacon
 Germany T Malek
3 3    
   France S Foretz Gacon
 Germany T Malek
4 6 [10]          France A Cornet
 France P Parmentier
3 6 [7]  
4  Germany K Barrois
 Italy A Brianti
6 6            Sweden S Arvidsson
 Estonia K Kanepi
6 1 [10]  
WC  Denmark K Barbat
 Denmark M Grage
3 3       4  Germany K Barrois
 Italy A Brianti
66 4  
Alt  Croatia M Abramović
 Australia D Jeflea
4 2        Sweden S Arvidsson
 Estonia K Kanepi
78 6    
   Sweden S Arvidsson
 Estonia K Kanepi
6 6            Sweden S Arvidsson
 Estonia K Kanepi
2 6 [5]
   United Kingdom A Keothavong
 Russia V Savinykh
6 4 [9]       3  Japan K Date-Krumm
 Japan R Fujiwara
6 4 [10]
   Latvia L Dekmeijere
 Russia M Kondratieva
0 6 [11]        Latvia L Dekmeijere
 Russia M Kondratieva
3 2    
   Germany A Kerber
 Poland U Radwańska
6 3 [8]   3  Japan K Date-Krumm
 Japan R Fujiwara
6 6    
3  Japan K Date-Krumm
 Japan R Fujiwara
2 6 [10]       3  Japan K Date-Krumm
 Japan R Fujiwara
6 6  
   Sweden J Larsson
 Germany J Wöhr
6 6         2  Australia An Rodionova
 Russia Ar Rodionova
3 0    
WC  Denmark M Ejdesgaard
 Denmark C Wozniacki
2 4          Sweden J Larsson
 Germany J Wöhr
64 4  
   Hungary K Marosi
 Germany K Wörle
2 6 [9]   2  Australia An Rodionova
 Russia Ar Rodionova
77 6    
2  Australia An Rodionova
 Russia Ar Rodionova
6 2 [11]  

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