2013 Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem – Doubles

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2013 Grand Prix SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem
Champions   Hungary Tímea Babos
Luxembourg Mandy Minella
Runners-up   Croatia Petra Martić
France Kristina Mladenovic
Final score   6–3, 6–1
Events
Singles   Doubles

Petra Cetkovská and Alexandra Panova were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Tímea Babos and Mandy Minella won the title, defeating Petra Martić and Kristina Mladenovic in the final, 6–3, 6–1.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Slovakia D Hantuchová
 Spain A Medina Garrigues
6 6  
 Canada G Dabrowski
 Russia A Kudryavtseva
3 2     1  Slovakia D Hantuchová
 Spain A Medina Garrigues
4 3  
 Russia V Savinykh
 Russia V Solovyeva
6 66 [2]      Ukraine O Savchuk
 South Africa C Scheepers
6 6  
 Ukraine O Savchuk
 South Africa C Scheepers
2 7 [10]        Ukraine O Savchuk
 South Africa C Scheepers
4 0  
4  Croatia P Martić
 France K Mladenovic
6 6       4  Croatia P Martić
 France K Mladenovic
6 6  
 France S Beltrame
 France L Thorpe
2 1     4  Croatia P Martić
 France K Mladenovic
4 6 [10]
 Austria S Klemenschits
 Slovenia A Klepač
6 6      Austria S Klemenschits
 Slovenia A Klepač
6 3 [8]  
WC  France A Lim
 Morocco L Qostal
3 3       4  Croatia P Martić
 France K Mladenovic
3 1
 Czech Republic E Hrdinová
 Czech Republic Ka Plíšková
6 6       3  Hungary T Babos
 Luxembourg M Minella
6 6
 Russia N Bratchikova
 Romania A Cadanțu
3 3      Czech Republic E Hrdinová
 Czech Republic Ka Plíšková
6 61 [8]  
 Poland M Domachowska
 France S Foretz-Gacon
6 4 [10]     3  Hungary T Babos
 Luxembourg M Minella
3 77 [10]  
3  Hungary T Babos
 Luxembourg M Minella
3 6 [12]       3  Hungary T Babos
 Luxembourg M Minella
3 78 [10]
WC  Morocco FZ El Allami
 Morocco N Lalami
0 4        Spain L Domínguez Lino
 Spain A Parra Santonja
6 66 [8]  
 Spain L Domínguez Lino
 Spain A Parra Santonja
6 6      Spain L Domínguez Lino
 Spain A Parra Santonja
6 77
 Poland P Kania
 Romania R Olaru
4 6 [10]      Poland P Kania
 Romania R Olaru
4 65  
2  Italy F Pennetta
 Italy F Schiavone
6 4 [8]  

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