2010 Fergana Challenger – Doubles

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Doubles
2010 Fergana Challenger
Champion United States Brendan Evans
Japan Toshihide Matsui
Runner-up China Gong Maoxin
China Li Zhe
Final score 3–6, 6–3, [10–8]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Pavel Chekhov and Alexey Kedryuk were the defending champions, but Chekhov chose not to compete this year.
Kedryuk partnered up with Michail Elgin, but they lost in the first round against Andis Juška and Artem Sitak.
Brendan Evans and Toshihide Matsui won in the final 3–6, 6–3, [10–8] against Gong Maoxin and Li Zhe.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Russia M Elgin
Kazakhstan A Kedryuk
4 63  
  Latvia A Juška
Russia A Sitak
6 7     Latvia A Juška
Russia A Sitak
6 3 [10]
WC Uzbekistan P Babadjanov
Uzbekistan J Khaydarov
1 0     China D Wu
China Z Zhang
3 6 [5]
  China D Wu
China Z Zhang
6 6     Latvia A Juška
Russia A Sitak
3 1  
3 Australia S Kadir
India P Raja
6 6     China M Gong
China Z Li
6 6  
  India D Sharan
India V Vardhan
3 4   3 Australia S Kadir
India P Raja
2 4  
WC Uzbekistan B Kamiljanov
Russia I Starkov
3 5     China M Gong
China Z Li
6 6  
  China M Gong
China Z Li
6 7     China M Gong
China Z Li
6 3 [8]
  Slovakia I Klec
Slovakia A Martin
2 2     United States B Evans
Japan T Matsui
3 6 [10]
  Ukraine S Bubka
Ukraine D Molchanov
6 6     Ukraine S Bubka
Ukraine D Molchanov
2 64  
  Uzbekistan S Fayziev
Uzbekistan A Saidmukhamedov
2 3   4 Russia E Kirillov
Russia A Kudryavtsev
6 7  
4 Russia E Kirillov
Russia A Kudryavtsev
6 6   4 Russia E Kirillov
Russia A Kudryavtsev
1 2  
  Uzbekistan M Inoyatov
Uzbekistan V Uzakov
5 4     United States B Evans
Japan T Matsui
6 6  
  Czech Republic T Cakl
Uzbekistan F Dustov
7 6     Czech Republic T Cakl
Uzbekistan F Dustov
3 3  
  United States B Evans
Japan T Matsui
7 6     United States B Evans
Japan T Matsui
6 6  
2 Canada P-L Duclos
Chinese Taipei T-h Yang
5 2  

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