2002 Heineken Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2002 Heineken Open
Champions Sweden Jonas Björkman
Australia Todd Woodbridge
Runners-up Argentina Martín García
Czech Republic Cyril Suk
Final score 7–6(7–5), 7–6(9–7)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Marius Barnard and Jim Thomas were the defending champions at the doubles event of the Heineken Open tennis tournament, held in Auckland, New Zealand, but only Barnard competed that year with David Adams.

Adams and Barnard lost in the first round to Ellis Ferreira and Rick Leach.

Jonas Björkman and Todd Woodbridge won in the final 7–6(7–5), 7–6(9–7) against Martín García and Cyril Suk.[1]

Seeds[edit]

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

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Sweden J Björkman
Australia T Woodbridge
6 6  
  Czech Republic L Friedl
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
4 3   1 Sweden J Björkman
Australia T Woodbridge
6 6  
  Spain F Clavet
Italy A Gaudenzi
6 6     Spain F Clavet
Italy A Gaudenzi
3 1  
  Argentina D Orsanic
Argentina S Prieto
4 3   1 Sweden J Björkman
Australia T Woodbridge
7 6  
3 South Africa E Ferreira
United States R Leach
6 6   3 South Africa E Ferreira
United States R Leach
5 3  
  South Africa D Adams
South Africa M Barnard
3 2   3 South Africa E Ferreira
United States R Leach
4 6 6
WC New Zealand J Olsen
New Zealand S Rea
64 6 3   Russia A Olhovskiy
Japan T Shimada
6 3 2
  Russia A Olhovskiy
Japan T Shimada
77 4 6 1 Sweden J Björkman
Australia T Woodbridge
77 79  
  Sweden S Aspelin
Australia A Kratzmann
63 4   4 Argentina M García
Czech Republic C Suk
65 67  
WC New Zealand M Nielsen
New Zealand J Shortall
77 6   WC New Zealand M Nielsen
New Zealand J Shortall
3 4  
ALT Spain G Blanco
Spain F Vicente
5 1   4 Argentina M García
Czech Republic C Suk
6 6  
4 Argentina M García
Czech Republic C Suk
7 6   4 Argentina M García
Czech Republic C Suk
65 6 77
  South Africa J-L de Jager
South Africa R Koenig
2 6 63 2 India M Bhupathi
United States J Tarango
77 4 65
  Czech Republic P Luxa
Czech Republic J Novák
6 1 77   Czech Republic P Luxa
Czech Republic J Novák
0 4  
WC New Zealand A Hunt
New Zealand D Willman
4 4   2 India M Bhupathi
United States J Tarango
6 6  
2 India M Bhupathi
United States J Tarango
6 6  

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