2005 Kremlin Cup – Men's Doubles

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Men's Doubles
2005 Kremlin Cup
Champions Belarus Max Mirnyi
Russia Mikhail Youzhny
Runners-up Russia Igor Andreev
Russia Nikolay Davydenko
Final score 5–1, 5–1
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Igor Andreev and Nikolay Davydenko were the defending champions, but lost in the final this year.

Max Mirnyi and Mikhail Youzhny won the title, defeating Andreev and Davydenko 5–1, 5–1 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. France Michaël Llodra / France Fabrice Santoro (First Round)
  2. India Mahesh Bhupathi / Czech Republic Martin Damm (Semifinals, withdrew)
  3. Belarus Max Mirnyi / Russia Mikhail Youzhny (Champions)
  4. Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý / Czech Republic Jaroslav Levinský (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 France M Llodra
France F Santoro
57 46 2
  Russia I Andreev
Russia N Davydenko
43 58 5   Russia I Andreev
Russia N Davydenko
5 5  
WC Russia S Demekhine
Russia I Kunitsyn
3 46     Poland M Fyrstenberg
Romania R Sabău
2 1  
  Poland M Fyrstenberg
Romania R Sabău
5 58     Russia I Andreev
Russia N Davydenko
42 58 57
4 Slovakia D Hrbatý
Czech Republic J Levinský
5 5   4 Slovakia D Hrbatý
Czech Republic J Levinský
5 46 44
  Luxembourg G Müller
Russia D Tursunov
3 3   4 Slovakia D Hrbatý
Czech Republic J Levinský
0 57 57
  Germany N Kiefer
Romania A Pavel
5 59     Germany N Kiefer
Romania A Pavel
5 43 45
  United States P Goldstein
United States J Thomas
2 47     Russia I Andreev
Russia N Davydenko
1 1  
  Italy D Bracciali
Italy F Volandri
57 5   3 Belarus M Mirnyi
Russia M Youzhny
5 5  
  Australia J Kerr
United States T Parrott
42 0     Italy D Bracciali
Italy F Volandri
2 1  
  Czech Republic R Vik
Czech Republic L Dlouhý
3 45   3 Belarus M Mirnyi
Russia M Youzhny
5 5  
3 Belarus M Mirnyi
Russia M Youzhny
5 57   3 Belarus M Mirnyi
Russia M Youzhny
w/o    
WC Russia A Sitak
Russia D Sitak
2 3   2 India M Bhupathi
Czech Republic M Damm
     
Alt Russia P Mukhometov
Russia E Smirnov
5 5   Alt Russia P Mukhometov
Russia E Smirnov
57 3 1
  South Africa J Coetzee
Netherlands R Wassen
5 1 3 2 India M Bhupathi
Czech Republic M Damm
44 5 5
2 India M Bhupathi
Czech Republic M Damm
3 5 5

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