2009 Busan Open Challenger Tennis – Doubles

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Doubles
2009 Busan Open Challenger Tennis
Champions Thailand Sanchai Ratiwatana
Thailand Sonchat Ratiwatana
Runners-up Japan Tasuku Iwami
Japan Toshihide Matsui
Final score 6–4, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Rik de Voest and Łukasz Kubot were the defending champions; however, they chose to not participate this year.
Twins brothers Sanchai Ratiwatana and Sonchat Ratiwatana defeated 6–4, 6–2 Tasuku Iwami and Toshihide Matsui in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Thailand So Ratiwatana
7 6  
  Chinese Taipei T Chen
Japan J Mitsuhashi
66 1   1 Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Thailand So Ratiwatana
6 6  
  South Korea W-S Jun
Slovakia L Lacko
7 6     South Korea W-S Jun
Slovakia L Lacko
2 2  
WC South Korea D S K Kim
South Korea H-J Kim
5 3   1 Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Thailand So Ratiwatana
6 6  
3 Switzerland Y Allegro
Switzerland M Chiudinelli
6 6   3 Switzerland Y Allegro
Switzerland M Chiudinelli
4 4  
  Czech Republic D Lojda
Czech Republic J Minář
0 4   3 Switzerland Y Allegro
Switzerland M Chiudinelli
6 7  
WC South Korea Y-K Lim
South Korea J-M Seol
7 6   WC South Korea Y-K Lim
South Korea J-M Seol
0 63  
Q South Korea J-S An
South Korea H-W Nam
68 1   1 Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Thailand So Ratiwatana
6 6  
  South Korea KT Im
Thailand D Udomchoke
63 6 [10]   Japan T Iwami
Japan T Matsui
4 2  
  Japan H Kondo
Japan G Motomura
7 3 [4]   South Korea KT Im
Thailand D Udomchoke
3 6 [5]
  United Kingdom C Eaton
Australia S Groth
6 7     United Kingdom C Eaton
Australia S Groth
6 2 [10]
4 Latvia A Juška
Poland G Panfil
3 64     United Kingdom C Eaton
Australia S Groth
w/o    
  Slovakia K Čapkovič
Slovakia M Semjan
6 7     Japan T Iwami
Japan T Matsui
     
WC South Korea SY Jeong
South Korea W-T Kim
3 66     Slovakia K Čapkovič
Slovakia M Semjan
3 4  
  Japan T Iwami
Japan T Matsui
6 6     Japan T Iwami
Japan T Matsui
6 6  
2 Denmark K Pless
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
3 4  

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