2003 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament – Doubles

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Doubles
2003 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
Champions Australia Wayne Arthurs
Australia Paul Hanley
Runners-up Switzerland Roger Federer
Belarus Max Mirnyi
Final score 7–6 (7–4), 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Roger Federer and Max Mirnyi were the defending champions but lost in the final 7–6(7–4), 6–2 against Wayne Arthurs and Paul Hanley.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. Sweden Jonas Björkman / Australia Todd Woodbridge (Semifinals)
  2. Czech Republic Martin Damm / Czech Republic Cyril Suk (Semifinals)
  3. United States Donald Johnson / United States Jared Palmer (First Round)
  4. Zimbabwe Wayne Black / Zimbabwe Kevin Ullyett (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Sweden J Björkman
Australia T Woodbridge
77 7  
  India L Paes
Czech Republic D Rikl
64 5   1 Sweden J Björkman
Australia T Woodbridge
6 6  
  Slovakia D Hrbatý
Russia Y Kafelnikov
6 6     Slovakia D Hrbatý
Russia Y Kafelnikov
3 4  
  Spain J C Ferrero
Spain T Robredo
4 3   1 Sweden J Björkman
Australia T Woodbridge
65 5  
3 United States D Johnson
United States J Palmer
3 4     Australia W Arthurs
Australia P Hanley
77 7  
  France S Grosjean
Serbia and Montenegro N Zimonjić
6 6     France S Grosjean
Serbia and Montenegro N Zimonjić
62 4  
  Australia W Arthurs
Australia P Hanley
6 4 6   Australia W Arthurs
Australia P Hanley
77 6  
  Belgium X Malisse
Belgium T Vanhoudt
0 6 4   Australia W Arthurs
Australia P Hanley
77 6  
WC Croatia M Ančić
Netherlands F Hemmes Jr.
68 6 2   Switzerland R Federer
Belarus M Mirnyi
64 2  
  Spain À Corretja
Spain A Costa
710 4 6   Spain À Corretja
Spain A Costa
4 6 5
  Switzerland R Federer
Belarus M Mirnyi
6 7     Switzerland R Federer
Belarus M Mirnyi
6 3 7
4 Zimbabwe W Black
Zimbabwe K Ullyett
3 5     Switzerland R Federer
Belarus M Mirnyi
6 3 79
  Czech Republic T Cibulec
Czech Republic P Vízner
77 65 6 2 Czech Republic M Damm
Czech Republic C Suk
4 6 67
WC Netherlands R Sluiter
Netherlands M Verkerk
65 77 3   Czech Republic T Cibulec
Czech Republic P Vízner
6 4 4
  Czech Republic P Pála
Netherlands S Schalken
4 3   2 Czech Republic M Damm
Czech Republic C Suk
4 6 6
2 Czech Republic M Damm
Czech Republic C Suk
6 6  

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