2009 Banka Koper Slovenia Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2009 Banka Koper Slovenia Open
Champion Germany Julia Görges
Czech Republic Vladimíra Uhlířová
Runner-up France Camille Pin
Czech Republic Klára Zakopalová
Final score 6–4, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Anabel Medina Garrigues and Virginia Ruano Pascual were the defending champions, but both chose not to participate that year.

Julia Görges and Vladimíra Uhlířová won in the final, 6–4, 6–2, against Camille Pin and Klára Zakopalová.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Russia V Dushevina
Kazakhstan G Voskoboeva
6 6  
  Slovakia K Kučová
United Kingdom G Stoop
4 2   1 Russia V Dushevina
Kazakhstan G Voskoboeva
7 4 [6]
ALT Belarus O Govortsova
Kazakhstan S Karatantcheva
6     ALT Belarus O Govortsova
Kazakhstan S Karatantcheva
5 6 10
WC Slovenia N Kolar
Slovenia T Majerič
2 r   ALT Belarus O Govortsova
Kazakhstan S Karatantcheva
1 3  
4 Germany K Barrois
Italy T Garbin
4 6 [7]   France C Pin
Czech Republic K Zakopalová
6 6  
  France C Pin
Czech Republic K Zakopalová
6 1 [10]   France C Pin
Czech Republic K Zakopalová
6 6  
  Czech Republic N Franková
Kyrgyzstan K Palkina
6 4 [9]   Italy S Errani
Slovenia M Zec Peškirič
1 4  
  Italy S Errani
Slovenia M Zec Peškirič
4 6 [11]   France C Pin
Czech Republic K Zakopalová
4 2  
  Russia A Rodionova
Switzerland S Vögele
0 5   3 Germany J Görges
Czech Republic V Uhlířová
6 6  
  Russia E Ivanova
Georgia (country) A Tatishvili
6 7     Russia E Ivanova
Georgia (country) A Tatishvili
4 3  
  Russia E Bovina
Estonia K Kanepi
4 7 [3] 3 Germany J Görges
Czech Republic V Uhlířová
6 6  
3 Germany J Görges
Czech Republic V Uhlířová
6 64 [10] 3 Germany J Görges
Czech Republic V Uhlířová
4 6 [10]
  Slovenia P Hercog
Croatia P Martić
7 1 [10]   Greece E Daniilidou
Germany J Wöhr
6 4 3
  Italy A Brianti
Italy ME Camerin
66 6 [6]   Slovenia P Hercog
Croatia P Martić
7 3 [1]
  Greece E Daniilidou
Germany J Wöhr
6 6     Greece E Daniilidou
Germany J Wöhr
62 6 [10]
2 Czech Republic E Hrdinová
Czech Republic R Voráčová
3 3  

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