2002 Open Romania – Doubles

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Doubles
2002 Open Romania
Champions Germany Jens Knippschild
Sweden Peter Nyborg
Runners-up Spain Emilio Benfele Álvarez
Argentina Andrés Schneiter
Final score 6–3, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Aleksandar Kitinov and Johan Landsberg were the defending champions but they competed with different partners that year, Kitinov with Lovro Zovko and Landsberg with Karsten Braasch.

Kitinov and Zovko lost in the first round to Galo Blanco and Juan Antonio Marín.

Braasch and Landsberg lost in the quarterfinals to Juan Ignacio Carrasco and Álex López Morón.

Jens Knippschild and Peter Nyborg won in the final 6–3, 6–3 against Emilio Benfele Álvarez and Andrés Schneiter.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Germany K Braasch
Sweden J Landsberg
6 6  
  Romania A Apostu-Efremov
Romania R Sabău
3 4   1 Germany K Braasch
Sweden J Landsberg
4 64  
  Spain J I Carrasco
Spain Á López Morón
7 6     Spain J I Carrasco
Spain Á López Morón
6 77  
WC Romania V Ioniţă
Romania G Moraru
5 2     Spain J I Carrasco
Spain Á López Morón
6 4 4
4 Spain E Benfele Álvarez
Argentina A Schneiter
w/o     4 Spain E Benfele Álvarez
Argentina A Schneiter
1 6 6
  Switzerland M Kratochvil
Spain A Martín
      4 Spain E Benfele Álvarez
Argentina A Schneiter
4 6 77
  Romania A Pavel
Romania G Trifu
3 6 1   Italy A Gaudenzi
United States J Tarango
6 3 65
  Italy A Gaudenzi
United States J Tarango
6 0 6 4 Spain E Benfele Álvarez
Argentina A Schneiter
3 3  
  Germany J Knippschild
Sweden P Nyborg
6 6     Germany J Knippschild
Sweden P Nyborg
6 6  
  Spain A Portas
Spain F Vicente
4 4     Germany J Knippschild
Sweden P Nyborg
6 6  
ALT Spain G Blanco
Costa Rica J A Marín
6 7   ALT Spain G Blanco
Costa Rica J A Marín
3 3  
3 Republic of Macedonia A Kitinov
Croatia L Zovko
3 5     Germany J Knippschild
Sweden P Nyborg
w/o    
  Spain F Mantilla
Spain D Sánchez
6 77     Spain F Mantilla
Spain D Sánchez
     
WC Romania V Hănescu
Romania I Moldovan
3 65     Spain F Mantilla
Spain D Sánchez
6 6  
  Germany M Hilpert
Australia G Silcock
3 6 0 2 Italy M Bertolini
Italy C Brandi
4 1  
2 Italy M Bertolini
Italy C Brandi
6 3 6

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