2009 Prime Cup Aberto de São Paulo – Doubles

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Doubles
2009 Prime Cup Aberto de São Paulo
Champions Argentina Carlos Berlocq
Argentina Leonardo Mayer
Runners-up Argentina Mariano Hood
Argentina Horacio Zeballos
Final score 7–6(1), 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2008 · Prime Cup Aberto de São Paulo · 2010 →

Jamie Delgado and Bruno Soares were the defending champions; however, they chose to not participate this year.
Carlos Berlocq and Leonardo Mayer won in the final 7–6(1), 6–3, against Mariano Hood and Horacio Zeballos.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Sweden J Brunström
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
65 6 [7]
  Paraguay R Delgado
Argentina S Prieto
7 3 [10]   Paraguay R Delgado
Argentina S Prieto
5 6 [5]
  Argentina C Berlocq
Argentina L Mayer
6 6     Argentina C Berlocq
Argentina L Mayer
7 4 [10]
  Germany B Becker
Chile P Capdeville
4 2     Argentina C Berlocq
Argentina L Mayer
7 6  
3 Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Argentina So Ratiwatana
6 6   WC Brazil F Ferreiro
Brazil F Saretta
63 4  
  Brazil R Hocevar
Denmark K Pless
3 4   3 Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Argentina So Ratiwatana
5 6 [8]
WC Brazil R Mello
Brazil C Zampieri
6 4 [8] WC Brazil F Ferreiro
Brazil F Saretta
7 4 [10]
WC Brazil F Ferreiro
Brazil F Saretta
3 6 [10]   Argentina C Berlocq
Argentina L Mayer
7 6  
WC Montenegro D Danilović
Brazil N Santos
6 610 [8] 4 Argentina M Hood
Argentina H Zeballos
61 3  
  Argentina JP Brzezicki
Germany F Moser
2 7 [10]   Argentina JP Brzezicki
Germany F Moser
5 2  
  Brazil T Alves
Brazil M Torres
5 0   4 Argentina M Hood
Argentina H Zeballos
7 6  
4 Argentina M Hood
Argentina H Zeballos
7 6   4 Argentina M Hood
Argentina H Zeballos
6 6  
  Argentina S Decoud
Colombia S Giraldo
5 3   ALT Israel H Levy
Israel N Okun
3 4  
ALT Israel H Levy
Israel N Okun
7 6   ALT Israel H Levy
Israel N Okun
     
  Brazil M Daniel
Mexico S González
6 6     Brazil M Daniel
Mexico S González
w/o    
2 Argentina B Dabul
Argentina S Roitman
3 2  

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