2001 Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon – Doubles

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Doubles
2001 Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon
Champions Canada Daniel Nestor
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Nenad Zimonjić
Runners-up France Arnaud Clément
France Sébastien Grosjean
Final score 6–1, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles

Paul Haarhuis and Sandon Stolle were the defending champions but only Stolle competed that year with Sjeng Schalken.

Schalken and Stolle lost in the first round to Pablo Albano and David Macpherson.

Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić won in the final 6–1, 6–2 against Arnaud Clément and Sébastien Grosjean.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Canada D Nestor
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia N Zimonjić
6 6  
  Argentina L Arnold
Spain T Carbonell
3 2   1 Canada D Nestor
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia N Zimonjić
77 6  
WC Morocco H Arazi
Brazil G Kuerten
63 6 77 WC Morocco H Arazi
Brazil G Kuerten
62 4  
WC France M Llodra
France N Mahut
77 3 63 1 Canada D Nestor
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia N Zimonjić
6 77  
4 United States B Bryan
United States M Bryan
65 6 3   Ecuador N Lapentti
United States J Tarango
1 61  
  Ecuador N Lapentti
United States J Tarango
77 4 6   Ecuador N Lapentti
United States J Tarango
6 6  
WC Germany N Kiefer
Russia M Safin
3 65     South Africa J-L de Jager
South Africa R Koenig
3 4  
  South Africa J-L de Jager
South Africa R Koenig
6 77   1 Canada D Nestor
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia N Zimonjić
6 6  
  Russia A Olhovskiy
Spain A Portas
1 2   WC France A Clément
France S Grosjean
1 2  
  South Africa M Barnard
United States J Thomas
6 6     South Africa M Barnard
United States J Thomas
77 6  
  Sweden S Aspelin
Australia A Kratzmann
6 3 6   Sweden S Aspelin
Australia A Kratzmann
65 4  
3 The Bahamas M Knowles
United States B MacPhie
3 6 4   South Africa M Barnard
United States J Thomas
2 2  
  Australia W Arthurs
Australia M Hill
6 5 65 WC France A Clément
France S Grosjean
6 6  
WC France A Clément
France S Grosjean
3 7 77 WC France A Clément
France S Grosjean
6 6  
  Argentina P Albano
Australia D Macpherson
7 7     Argentina P Albano
Australia D Macpherson
3 4  
2 Netherlands S Schalken
Australia S Stolle
5 5  

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