2001 Generali Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2001 Generali Open
Champions Spain Àlex Corretja
Argentina Luis Lobo
Runners-up Sweden Simon Aspelin
Australia Andrew Kratzmann
Final score 6–1, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Pablo Albano and Cyril Suk were the defending champions but they competed with different partners that year, Albano with Lucas Arnold and Suk with Marius Barnard.

Albano and Arnold lost in the second round to Wolfgang Schranz and Thomas Strengberger.

Barnard and Suk lost in the semifinals to Àlex Corretja and Luis Lobo.

Corretja and Lobo won in the final 6–1, 6–4 against Simon Aspelin and Andrew Kratzmann.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated. All eight seeded teams received byes to the second round.

  1. Czech Republic Petr Pála / Czech Republic Pavel Vízner (Quarterfinals)
  2. Australia Joshua Eagle / Australia Andrew Florent (Quarterfinals)
  3. Australia Michael Hill / United States Jeff Tarango (Quarterfinals)
  4. Argentina Pablo Albano / Argentina Lucas Arnold (Second Round)
  5. South Africa Marius Barnard / Czech Republic Cyril Suk (Semifinals)
  6. Czech Republic Tomáš Cibulec / Czech Republic Leoš Friedl (Second Round)
  7. South Africa Chris Haggard / Argentina Daniel Orsanic (Second Round)
  8. Spain Tomás Carbonell / Argentina Mariano Hood (Second Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Final[edit]

Final
         
WC Spain Àlex Corretja
Argentina Luis Lobo
6 6  
  Sweden Simon Aspelin
Australia Andrew Kratzmann
1 4  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Czech Republic P Pála
Czech Republic P Vízner
7 4 6
WC Argentina G Cañas
Germany R Schüttler
3 6 3 WC Austria O Marach
Austria A Peya
5 6 2
WC Austria O Marach
Austria A Peya
6 3 6 1 Czech Republic P Pála
Czech Republic P Vízner
6 65 68
WC Austria S Koubek
Romania A Pavel
4 4   5 South Africa M Barnard
Czech Republic C Suk
4 77 710
  Germany K Braasch
Germany J Knippschild
6 6     Germany K Braasch
Germany J Knippschild
3 2  
5 South Africa M Barnard
Czech Republic C Suk
6 6  
5 South Africa M Barnard
Czech Republic C Suk
3 5  
WC Spain À Corretja
Argentina L Lobo
6 7  
4 Argentina P Albano
Argentina L Arnold
78 4 4
  Republic of Macedonia A Kitinov
Sweden J Landsberg
66 3   WC Austria W Schranz
Austria T Strengberger
66 6 6
WC Austria W Schranz
Austria T Strengberger
78 6   WC Austria W Schranz
Austria T Strengberger
3 1  
WC Spain À Corretja
Argentina L Lobo
6 4 6 WC Spain À Corretja
Argentina L Lobo
6 6  
  Austria J Knowle
Switzerland L Manta
3 6 2 WC Spain À Corretja
Argentina L Lobo
1 6 6
6 Czech Republic T Cibulec
Czech Republic L Friedl
6 3 4

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
8 Spain T Carbonell
Argentina M Hood
4 4  
  Sweden S Aspelin
Australia A Kratzmann
6 6     Sweden S Aspelin
Australia A Kratzmann
6 6  
  France J Boutter
United States D Bowen
3 1     Sweden S Aspelin
Australia A Kratzmann
6 6  
  Spain J I Carrasco
South Africa J Weir-Smith
6 3 6 3 Australia M Hill
United States J Tarango
2 4  
  Argentina G Etlis
Argentina M Rodríguez
3 6 3   Spain J I Carrasco
South Africa J Weir-Smith
6 3 5
3 Australia M Hill
United States J Tarango
3 6 7
  Sweden S Aspelin
Australia A Kratzmann
2 6 6
  Germany M-K Goellner
Russia A Olhovskiy
6 4 2
7 South Africa C Haggard
Argentina D Orsanic
3 6 3
  Germany M-K Goellner
Russia A Olhovskiy
77 7     Germany M-K Goellner
Russia A Olhovskiy
6 4 6
  Italy M Bertolini
Australia P Tramacchi
62 5     Germany M-K Goellner
Russia A Olhovskiy
w/o    
WC Spain J C Ferrero
Spain A Martín
5 4   2 Australia J Eagle
Australia A Florent
     
  Czech Republic P Luxa
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
7 6     Czech Republic P Luxa
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
4 3  
2 Australia J Eagle
Australia A Florent
6 6  

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