2001 Gelsor Open Romania – Doubles

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Doubles
2001 Gelsor Open Romania
Champions Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Kitinov
Sweden Johan Landsberg
Runners-up Argentina Pablo Albano
Germany Marc-Kevin Goellner
Final score 6–4, 6–7(5–7), [10–6]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Alberto Martín and Eyal Ran were the defending champions but only Martín competed that year with Paul Rosner.

Martín and Rosner lost in the quarterfinals to Andrei Pavel and Gabriel Trifu.

Aleksandar Kitinov and Johan Landsberg won in the final 6–4, 6–7(5–7), [10–6] against Pablo Albano and Marc-Kevin Goellner.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Spain T Carbonell
Argentina D Orsanic
1 2  
WC Romania A Pavel
Romania G Trifu
6 6   WC Romania A Pavel
Romania G Trifu
6 6  
WC Romania G Cosac
Romania D Pescariu
        Spain A Martín
South Africa P Rosner
4 1  
  Spain A Martín
South Africa P Rosner
w/o     WC Romania A Pavel
Romania G Trifu
4 6 3
3 Argentina P Albano
Germany M-K Goellner
6 7   3 Argentina P Albano
Germany M-K Goellner
6 3 6
  Georgia (country) I Labadze
Hungary A Sávolt
4 5   3 Argentina P Albano
Germany M-K Goellner
6 6  
  Italy A Schneiter
Czech Republic D Škoch
77 77     Italy A Schneiter
Czech Republic D Škoch
3 2  
WC Romania R Iliescu
Romania B Ivascu
64 65   3 Argentina P Albano
Germany M-K Goellner
4 77 [6]
  Italy M Bertolini
Italy C Brandi
6 5 3   Republic of Macedonia A Kitinov
Sweden J Landsberg
6 65 [10]
  Australia B Ellwood
Australia N Healey
3 7 6   Australia B Ellwood
Australia N Healey
7 6  
WC Romania I Moldovan
Romania A Voinea
4 2   4 Spain J Balcells
Spain A Portas
5 4  
4 Spain J Balcells
Spain A Portas
6 6     Australia B Ellwood
Australia N Healey
6 62 4
  Australia J Kerr
Australia G Silcock
4 5     Republic of Macedonia A Kitinov
Sweden J Landsberg
3 77 6
  Spain J I Carrasco
Spain Á López Morón
6 7     Spain J I Carrasco
Spain Á López Morón
2 6 2
  Republic of Macedonia A Kitinov
Sweden J Landsberg
6 3 6   Republic of Macedonia A Kitinov
Sweden J Landsberg
6 3 6
2 Argentina M Hood
Argentina S Prieto
4 6 4

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