2014 U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships – Doubles

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2014 U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships
Champions   United States Bob Bryan
United States Mike Bryan
Runners-up   Spain David Marrero
Spain Fernando Verdasco
Final score   4–6, 6–4, [11–9]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Jamie Murray and John Peers were the defending champions, but they chose to compete in Casablanca instead.
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan won the title, defeating David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco in the final, 4–6, 6–4, [11–9]

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
6 6  
 United States N Monroe
 United States D Young
3 4     1  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
6 3 [12]  
 Australia M Ebden
 Australia S Groth
6 77    Australia M Ebden
 Australia S Groth
2 6 [10]  
 United Kingdom K Skupski
 United Kingdom N Skupski
4 62       1  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
7 6  
3  Mexico S González
 United States S Lipsky
5 2        Australia C Guccione
 Australia L Hewitt
5 3  
 India P Raja
 India D Sharan
7 6      India P Raja
 India D Sharan
2 4
 Australia C Guccione
 Australia L Hewitt
6 6    Australia C Guccione
 Australia L Hewitt
6 6  
 Croatia M Draganja
 Germany G Kretschmer
4 4       1  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
4 6 [11]
 Germany B Becker
 Australia R Junaid
77 6       2  Spain D Marrero
 Spain F Verdasco
6 4 [9]
WC  United States S Johnson
 United States S Querrey
61 2      Germany B Becker
 Australia R Junaid
6 61 [9]  
 Colombia S Giraldo
 Colombia A González
79 6    Colombia S Giraldo
 Colombia A González
1 77 [11]  
4  Croatia M Pavić
 Australia J-P Smith
67 4        Colombia S Giraldo
 Colombia A González
4 2
Alt  Netherlands T de Bakker
 Netherlands M van Gemerden
3 5       2  Spain D Marrero
 Spain F Verdasco
6 6  
 United States A Krajicek
 New Zealand M Venus
6 7      United States A Krajicek
 New Zealand M Venus
3 1
 Israel J Erlich
 Slovakia M Mertiňák
4 2   2  Spain D Marrero
 Spain F Verdasco
6 6  
2  Spain D Marrero
 Spain F Verdasco
6 6  

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