2000 Idea Prokom Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2000 Idea Prokom Open
ChampionsSpain Virginia Ruano Pascual
Argentina Paola Suárez
Runners-upSweden Åsa Carlsson
Spain Rita Grande
Final score7–5, 6–1
Details
Draw16 (1WC/1Q)
Seeds4
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1999 · Orange Warsaw Open · 2001 →

In the doubles matches of the 2000 Idea Prokom Open, Laura Montalvo and Paola Suárez were the defending champions, but competed this year with different partners. Montalvo teamed up with Gala León García and were eliminated in quarterfinals. Suárez teamed up with Virginia Ruano Pascual and successfully defended her title, by defeating Åsa Carlsson and Rita Grande 7–5, 6–1 in the final.

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Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Spain V Ruano Pascual
Argentina P Suárez
77 6
Q Czech Republic D Bedáňová
Russia E Bovina
62 3 1 Spain V Ruano Pascual
Argentina P Suárez
6 6
Spain G León García
Argentina L Montalvo
6 6 Spain G León García
Argentina L Montalvo
1 1
Belarus N Ostrovskaya
Czech Republic M Paštiková
2 1 1 Spain V Ruano Pascual
Argentina P Suárez
6 6
4 Italy S Farina
Slovakia K Habšudová
6 3 6 Bulgaria M Maleeva
Russia N Petrova
1 1
Czech Republic K Hrdličková
Switzerland P Schnyder
4 6 3 4 Italy S Farina
Slovakia K Habšudová
5 62
Bulgaria M Maleeva
Russia N Petrova
6 6 Bulgaria M Maleeva
Russia N Petrova
7 77
Slovakia Ľ Cervanová
Czech Republic H Vildová
0 2 1 Spain V Ruano Pascual
Argentina P Suárez
7 6
WC Czech Republic L Průšová
Poland A Żarska
2 5 3 Sweden Å Carlsson
Italy R Grande
5 1
Italy T Garbin
Slovakia J Husárová
6 7 Italy T Garbin
Slovakia J Husárová
65 3
Germany A Barna
Argentina M Díaz Oliva
2 4 3 Sweden Å Carlsson
Italy R Grande
77 6
3 Sweden Å Carlsson
Italy R Grande
6 6 3 Sweden Å Carlsson
Italy R Grande
6 3 7
South Africa J Kruger
Austria M Maruska
6 6 South Africa J Kruger
Austria M Maruska
3 6 5
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Načuk
Slovenia P Rampre
1 2 South Africa J Kruger
Austria M Maruska
6 3 6
Russia A Myskina
Slovakia H Nagyová
4 5 2 Spain C Martínez
Argentina P Tarabini
3 6 4
2 Spain C Martínez
Argentina P Tarabini
6 7

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