2009 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships – Doubles

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Doubles
2009 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
Champions Australia Jordan Kerr
United States Rajeev Ram
Runners-up Germany Michael Kohlmann
Netherlands Rogier Wassen
Final score 6–7(6–8), 7–6(9–7), [10–6]
Events
Singles Doubles

Mardy Fish and John Isner were the defending champions, but neither participated this year.

Jordan Kerr and Rajeev Ram won the title, defeating Michael Kohlmann and Rogier Wassen 6–7(6–8), 7–6(9–7), [10–6] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. South Africa Rik de Voest / Australia Ashley Fisher (First Round)
  2. Germany Philipp Petzschner / Austria Alexander Peya (Semifinals)
  3. Australia Jordan Kerr / United States Rajeev Ram (Champions)
  4. United States Eric Butorac / United States Scott Lipsky (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 South Africa R de Voest
Australia A Fisher
62 2  
  Argentina S Prieto
Argentina H Zeballos
77 6     Argentina S Prieto
Argentina H Zeballos
w/o    
WC United States J Gimelstob
United States J Levine
6 6   WC United States J Gimelstob
United States J Levine
     
WC United States T Dent
United States D Martin
3 2     Argentina S Prieto
Argentina H Zeballos
65 66  
3 Australia J Kerr
United States R Ram
2 6 [11] 3 Australia J Kerr
United States R Ram
77 78  
  France A Clément
Belgium O Rochus
6 4 [9] 3 Australia J Kerr
United States R Ram
6 6  
  United States J Cerretani
Ukraine S Stakhovsky
4 4     France N Mahut
France F Santoro
2 2  
  France N Mahut
France F Santoro
6 6   3 Australia J Kerr
United States R Ram
66 79 [10]
  Germany F Moser
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
66 4     Germany M Kohlmann
Netherlands R Wassen
78 67 [6]
  Germany M Kohlmann
Netherlands R Wassen
78 6     Germany M Kohlmann
Netherlands R Wassen
77 4 [11]
  United States K Kim
Thailand D Udomchoke
61 2   4 United States E Butorac
United States S Lipsky
64 6 [9]
4 United States E Butorac
United States S Lipsky
77 6     Germany M Kohlmann
Netherlands R Wassen
6 77  
  Germany B Becker
Germany D Brands
6 6   2 Germany P Petzschner
Austria A Peya
2 65  
ALT Italy F Cipolla
Brazil M Daniel
1 4     Germany B Becker
Germany D Brands
6 3 [12]
  Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
Spain S Ventura
5 2   2 Germany P Petzschner
Austria A Peya
2 6 [14]
2 Germany P Petzschner
Austria A Peya
7 6  

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