2013 Brasil Open – Doubles

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2013 Brasil Open
Champions   Austria Alexander Peya
Brazil Bruno Soares
Runners-up   Czech Republic František Čermák
Slovakia Michal Mertiňák
Final score   6–7(5–7), 6–2, [10–7]
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 2013 Brasil Open

Eric Butorac and Bruno Soares were the defending champions but Butorac decided not to participate this year.
Soares played alongside Alexander Peya and successfully defended the title, defeating František Čermák and Michal Mertiňák in the final 6–7(5–7), 6–2, [10–7].

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Italy D Bracciali
 Brazil M Melo
4 7 [7]  
   Brazil T Bellucci
 Brazil J Souza
6 5 [10]        Brazil T Bellucci
 Brazil J Souza
4 64    
   Italy S Bolelli
 Italy F Fognini
7 6          Italy S Bolelli
 Italy F Fognini
6 77    
   Germany D Brown
 Germany C Kas
5 2            Italy S Bolelli
 Italy F Fognini
   
3  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
7 63 [16]       3  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
w/o    
PR  Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Argentina J Mónaco
5 77 [14]     3  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 77  
WC  Brazil M Demoliner
 Brazil P Zerbini
6 7       WC  Brazil M Demoliner
 Brazil P Zerbini
4 65    
   Spain D Gimeno-Traver
 Spain A Ramos
4 5         3  Czech Republic F Čermák
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
77 2 [7]
   Spain R Nadal
 Argentina D Nalbandian
6 3 [11]       2  Austria A Peya
 Brazil B Soares
65 6 [10]
   Spain P Andújar
 Spain G García-López
3 6 [9]        Spain R Nadal
 Argentina D Nalbandian
   
   Austria O Marach
 Argentina H Zeballos
7 6          Austria O Marach
 Argentina H Zeballos
w/o    
4  Czech Republic L Dlouhý
 Brazil A Sá
5 0            Austria O Marach
 Argentina H Zeballos
6 68 [10]
   Colombia JS Cabal
 Colombia S Giraldo
3 6 [10]       2  Austria A Peya
 Brazil B Soares
3 710 [12]  
WC  Brazil G Clezar
 Portugal G Elias
6 3 [8]        Colombia JS Cabal
 Colombia S Giraldo
4 2  
PR  Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
 Spain T Robredo
4 3       2  Austria A Peya
 Brazil B Soares
6 6    
2  Austria A Peya
 Brazil B Soares
6 6    

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