2010 Open 13 – Doubles

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Doubles
2010 Open 13
Champions France Julien Benneteau
France Michaël Llodra
Runners-up Austria Julian Knowle
Sweden Robert Lindstedt
Final score 6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Main article: 2010 Open 13

Arnaud Clément and Michaël Llodra were the defending champions but chose not compete together.
Clément partnered with Nicolas Mahut and Llodra partnered with Julien Benneteau. They met in the semifinals and Benneteau & Llodra won this match 7–6(0), 6–4. One day later they defeated 6–4, 6–3 Julian Knowle and Robert Lindstedt in the final.

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First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Austria J Knowle
Sweden R Lindstedt
6 77  
  France T Ascione
Cyprus M Baghdatis
4 63   1 Austria J Knowle
Sweden R Lindstedt
6 711  
  Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Thailand So Ratiwatana
4 6 [10]   Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Thailand So Ratiwatana
4 69  
  France D Guez
France F Serra
6 2 [8] 1 Austria J Knowle
Sweden R Lindstedt
6 0 [10]
3 Spain M López
Spain T Robredo
3 6 [10]   India R Bopanna
South Africa J Coetzee
4 6 [6]
  Italy S Bolelli
Italy A Seppi
6 3 [7] 3 Spain M López
Spain T Robredo
6 1 [19]
  India R Bopanna
South Africa J Coetzee
6 6     India R Bopanna
South Africa J Coetzee
4 6 [21]
  Belgium C Rochus
Belgium O Rochus
2 1   1 Austria J Knowle
Sweden R Lindstedt
4 3  
WC France P Mamata
France G Monfils
1 4   2 France J Benneteau
France M Llodra
6 6  
  South Africa R de Voest
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
6 6     South Africa R de Voest
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
3 5  
  France A Clément
France N Mahut
77 6     France A Clément
France N Mahut
6 7  
4 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom K Skupski
64 3     France A Clément
France N Mahut
60 4  
WC France J Ouanna
France É Roger-Vasselin
3 4   2 France J Benneteau
France M Llodra
77 6  
  Ukraine S Stakhovsky
Netherlands R Wassen
6 6     Ukraine S Stakhovsky
Netherlands R Wassen
2 2  
  Germany P Marx
Slovakia I Zelenay
1 62   2 France J Benneteau
France M Llodra
6 6  
2 France J Benneteau
France M Llodra
6 77  

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