2010 BMW Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2010 BMW Open
Champions Austria Oliver Marach
Spain Santiago Ventura
Runners-up United States Eric Butorac
Germany Michael Kohlmann
Final score 5–7, 6–3, [16–14]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Jan Hernych and Ivo Minář were the defending champions, but Hernych chose not to compete this year and Minář chose to compete in Palm Hills instead.
Oliver Marach and Santiago Ventura won in the final 5–7, 6–3, [16–14], against Eric Butorac and Michael Kohlmann.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
ALT Spain N Almagro
Spain P Riba
4 710 [2]
  Czech Republic L Friedl
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 68 [10]   Czech Republic L Friedl
Czech Republic D Škoch
4 4  
  Croatia M Ančić
Austria J Knowle
6 5 [10]   Croatia M Ančić
Austria J Knowle
6 6  
WC Germany P Kohlschreiber
Germany K Krawietz
2 7 [8]   Croatia M Ančić
Austria J Knowle
64 6 [5]
4 Austria O Marach
Spain S Ventura
5 6 [10] 4 Austria O Marach
Spain S Ventura
77 3 [10]
  Germany P Marx
Slovakia I Zelenay
7 3 [6] 4 Austria O Marach
Spain S Ventura
6 6  
WC Germany A Beck
Germany N Kiefer
4 66     France J Chardy
France S Robert
3 4  
  France J Chardy
France S Robert
6 78   4 Austria O Marach
Spain S Ventura
5 6 [16]
  Switzerland M Chiudinelli
Czech Republic J Hájek
6 6   3 United States E Butorac
Germany M Kohlmann
7 3 [14]
  Uzbekistan D Istomin
Italy A Motti
3 3     Switzerland M Chiudinelli
Czech Republic J Hájek
64 2  
  South Africa J Coetzee
Belgium K Vliegen
3 6 [11] 3 United States E Butorac
Germany M Kohlmann
77 6  
3 United States E Butorac
Germany M Kohlmann
6 3 [13] 3 United States E Butorac
Germany M Kohlmann
6 77  
  Germany C Kas
Germany P Petzschner
77 79     Germany C Kas
Germany P Petzschner
1 63  
  United States S Lipsky
United States D Martin
63 67     Germany C Kas
Germany P Petzschner
6 4 [12]
  Ukraine O Dolgopolov Jr.
Germany S Greul
1 2   2 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
1 6 [10]
2 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
6 6  

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