2003 RCA Championships – Doubles

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Doubles
2003 RCA Championships
Champions Croatia Mario Ančić
Israel Andy Ram
Runners-up United States Diego Ayala
United States Robby Ginepri
Final score 2–6, 7–6(7–3), 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles
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Mark Knowles and Daniel Nestor were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Mario Ančić and Andy Ram won in the final 2–6, 7–6(7–3), 7–5 against Diego Ayala and Robby Ginepri.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United States J Gimelstob
Serbia and Montenegro N Zimonjić
77 6  
  France G Carraz
France C Saulnier
63 4   1 United States J Gimelstob
Serbia and Montenegro N Zimonjić
3 6 6
WC India P Amritraj
India S Amritraj
4 4     Germany N Kiefer
Netherlands S Schalken
6 4 4
  Germany N Kiefer
Netherlands S Schalken
6 6   1 United States J Gimelstob
Serbia and Montenegro N Zimonjić
5 3  
4 United States J-M Gambill
United States B Vahaly
2 65     Croatia M Ančić
Israel A Ram
7 6  
  Denmark K Carlsen
Thailand P Srichaphan
6 77     Denmark K Carlsen
Thailand P Srichaphan
4 61  
  Israel N Okun
Argentina S Roitman
3 5     Croatia M Ančić
Israel A Ram
6 77  
  Croatia M Ančić
Israel A Ram
6 7     Croatia M Ančić
Israel A Ram
2 77 7
  Belgium X Malisse
The Bahamas M Merklein
6 6     United States D Ayala
United States R Ginepri
6 63 5
  Australia S Draper
Australia P Luczak
3 4     Belgium X Malisse
The Bahamas M Merklein
62 61  
  United States J Marshall
United States E Taino
2 3   3 United States B Coupe
United States J Thomas
77 77  
3 United States B Coupe
United States J Thomas
6 6   3 United States B Coupe
United States J Thomas
4 68  
  South Korea H-T Lee
United States C Mamiit
613 1     United States D Ayala
United States R Ginepri
6 710  
  United States D Ayala
United States R Ginepri
715 6     United States D Ayala
United States R Ginepri
7 6  
WC United States R Ram
United States B Reynolds
1 63   2 Australia J Kerr
Sweden J Landsberg
5 4  
2 Australia J Kerr
Sweden J Landsberg
6 77  

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