2009 Manchester Trophy – Doubles

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Doubles
2009 Manchester Trophy
Champions United Kingdom Joshua Goodall
United Kingdom Jonathan Marray
Runners-up United Kingdom Colin Fleming
United Kingdom Ken Skupski
Final score 6–7(1), 6–3, [11–9]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Adam Feeney and Robert Smeets were the defending champions. Feeney chose to not participate and Smeets played with Brydan Klein. They were eliminated by Prakash Amritraj and Dustin Brown in the first round.
Joshua Goodall and Jonathan Marray won the final 6–7(1), 6–3, [11–9], against Colin Fleming and Ken Skupski.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Ukraine Sergei Bubka / Ukraine Sergiy Stakhovsky (First Round, withdrew)
  2. United Kingdom Colin Fleming / United Kingdom Ken Skupski (Final)
  3. Switzerland George Bastl / France Nicolas Mahut (Quarterfinals)
  4. United Kingdom Joshua Goodall / United Kingdom Jonathan Marray (Champions)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Ukraine S Bubka
Ukraine S Stakhovsky
w/o    
  Austria M Fischer
Denmark F Nielsen
        Austria M Fischer
Denmark F Nielsen
64 6 [10]
WC United Kingdom D Evans
United Kingdom D Smethurst
6 5 [17] WC United Kingdom D Evans
United Kingdom D Smethurst
7 1 [5]
  Netherlands M Koning
Netherlands I Sijsling
3 7 [15]   Austria M Fischer
Denmark F Nielsen
5 4  
4 United Kingdom J Goodall
United Kingdom J Marray
6 6   4 United Kingdom J Goodall
United Kingdom J Marray
7 6  
  Netherlands P Moggre
United Kingdom N Skupski
3 4   4 United Kingdom J Goodall
United Kingdom J Marray
6 7  
  Australia B Klein
Australia R Smeets
2 7 [4]   India P Amritraj
Jamaica D Brown
3 5  
  India P Amritraj
Jamaica D Brown
6 5 [10] 4 United Kingdom J Goodall
United Kingdom J Marray
61 6 [11]
  South Africa A Anderson
United Kingdom C Eaton
6 3 [3] 2 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom K Skupski
7 3 [9]
  Canada P-L Duclos
Slovakia L Lacko
3 6 [10]   Canada P-L Duclos
Slovakia L Lacko
6 6  
  Australia K Hensel
Australia A Hubble
4 2   3 Switzerland G Bastl
France N Mahut
2 4  
3 Switzerland G Bastl
France N Mahut
6 6     Canada P-L Duclos
Slovakia L Lacko
62 2  
Q France J-N Insausti
France A Renard
2 6 [7] 2 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom K Skupski
7 6  
  France O Charroin
India P Raja
6 1 [10]   France O Charroin
India P Raja
3 7 [6]
  Slovakia K Beck
Czech Republic P Šnobel
3 6 [5] 2 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom K Skupski
6 63 [10]
2 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom K Skupski
6 1 [10]

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