2008 Australian Open – Wheelchair Men's Doubles

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Wheelchair Men's Doubles
2008 Australian Open
ChampionJapan Shingo Kunieda
Japan Satoshi Saida
Runner-upNetherlands Robin Ammerlaan
Netherlands Ronald Vink
Final score6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
Legends men women mixed
WC Singles men women quad
WC Doubles men women quad
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The wheelchair men's doubles draw for the 2008 Australian Open.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Japan Shingo Kunieda / Japan Satoshi Saida (Champions)
  2. Netherlands Robin Ammerlaan / Netherlands Ronald Vink (Final)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Japan Shingo Kunieda
Japan Satoshi Saida
  BYE
BYE
1 Japan Shingo Kunieda
Japan Satoshi Saida
6 6
  Japan Yoshinobu Fujimoto
United States Tony Lara
4 1   Chile Robinson Mendez
France Nicolas Peifer
1 2
  Chile Robinson Mendez
France Nicolas Peifer
6 6 1 Japan Shingo Kunieda
Japan Satoshi Saida
6 6
  France Frederic Cattaneo
Austria Martin Legner
  Japan Takahiro Hirate
Australia David Latham
0 2
  BYE
BYE
  France Frederic Cattaneo
Austria Martin Legner
1 3
  Japan Takahiro Hirate
Australia David Latham
2 6 [10]   Japan Takahiro Hirate
Australia David Latham
6 6
  Australia Michael Dobbie
Germany Steffen Sommerfield
6 1 7 1 Japan Shingo Kunieda
Japan Satoshi Saida
6 6
  Poland Tadeusz Kruszelnicki
United States Jon Rydberg
5 6 9 2 Netherlands Robin Ammerlaan
Netherlands Ronald Vink
4 3
  Australia Anthony Bonaccurso
Australia Ben Weeks
7 1 11   Australia Anthony Bonaccurso
Australia Ben Weeks
1 2
  BYE
BYE
  France Stéphane Houdet
France Michaël Jeremiasz
6 6
  France Stéphane Houdet
France Michaël Jeremiasz
  France Stéphane Houdet
France Michaël Jeremiasz
2 0
  Netherlands Maikel Scheffers
Netherlands Eric Stuurman
3 6 4 2 Netherlands Robin Ammerlaan
Netherlands Ronald Vink
6 6
  Sweden Niclas Larsson
United Kingdom David Phillipson
6 1 [10]   Sweden Niclas Larsson
United Kingdom David Phillipson
4 2
  BYE
BYE
2 Netherlands Robin Ammerlaan
Netherlands Ronald Vink
6 6
2 Netherlands Robin Ammerlaan
Netherlands Ronald Vink