2001 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament – Doubles

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Doubles
2001 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
2000 Champions South Africa David Adams
South Africa John-Laffnie de Jager
Champions Sweden Jonas Björkman
Switzerland Roger Federer
Runners-up Czech Republic Petr Pála
Czech Republic Pavel Vízner
Final score 6–3, 6–0
Events
Singles Doubles

David Adams and John-Laffnie de Jager were the defending champions but only Adams competed that year with Marius Barnard.

Adams and Barnard lost in the first round to Dominik Hrbatý and David Prinosil.

Jonas Björkman and Roger Federer won in the final 6–3, 6–0 against Petr Pála and Pavel Vízner.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated.

  1. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov / Belarus Max Mirnyi (First Round)
  2. Czech Republic Jiří Novák / Czech Republic David Rikl (Quarterfinals)
  3. Australia Joshua Eagle / Australia Sandon Stolle (First Round)
  4. Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý / Germany David Prinosil (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Russia Y Kafelnikov
Belarus M Mirnyi
611 77 3
  Zimbabwe W Black
Zimbabwe K Ullyett
713 65 6   Zimbabwe W Black
Zimbabwe K Ullyett
66 78 6
  Russia A Olhovskiy
Czech Republic C Suk
77 4 7   Russia A Olhovskiy
Czech Republic C Suk
78 66 3
  Germany J Knippschild
United States J Tarango
65 6 5   Zimbabwe W Black
Zimbabwe K Ullyett
3 6 1
4 Slovakia D Hrbatý
Germany D Prinosil
6 1 6   Sweden J Björkman
Switzerland R Federer
6 3 6
  South Africa D Adams
South Africa M Barnard
4 6 4 4 Slovakia D Hrbatý
Germany D Prinosil
     
  Sweden J Björkman
Switzerland R Federer
6 1 6   Sweden J Björkman
Switzerland R Federer
w/o    
  Czech Republic T Cibulec
Czech Republic L Friedl
1 6 0   Sweden Jonas Björkman
Switzerland Roger Federer
6 6  
  South Africa C Haggard
Belgium T Vanhoudt
4 6 3   Czech Republic Petr Pála
Czech Republic Pavel Vízner
3 0  
Q France N Escudé
Switzerland M Rosset
6 3 6 Q France N Escudé
Switzerland M Rosset
4 4  
WC Germany N Kiefer
Russia M Safin
6 6   WC Germany N Kiefer
Russia M Safin
6 6  
3 Australia J Eagle
Australia S Stolle
4 0   WC Germany N Kiefer
Russia M Safin
3 65  
  Czech Republic P Pála
Czech Republic P Vízner
6 6     Czech Republic P Pála
Czech Republic P Vízner
6 77  
WC Netherlands S Groen
Netherlands J Siemerink
3 4     Czech Republic P Pála
Czech Republic P Vízner
3 6 77
WC Netherlands S Schalken
Netherlands R Sluiter
1 4   2 Czech Republic J Novák
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 4 63
2 Czech Republic J Novák
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 6  

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