2010 Sony Ericsson Open – Men's Doubles

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Men's Doubles
2010 Sony Ericsson Open
Champions Czech Republic Lukáš Dlouhý
India Leander Paes
Runners-up India Mahesh Bhupathi
Belarus Max Mirnyi
Final score 6–2, 7–5
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women

Max Mirnyi and Andy Ram were the defending champions. Both were present, but chose not to compete together this year.
Ram partnered with Michaël Llodra, but they lost to Feliciano López and Fernando Verdasco in the first round.
Mirnyi partnered with Mahesh Bhupathi, reaching the final, where they were defeated by Lukáš Dlouhý and Leander Paes (6–2, 7–5).

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
     Spain Nicolás Almagro
 Spain Tommy Robredo
3 0    
3  Czech Republic Lukáš Dlouhý
 India Leander Paes
6 6    
  3  Czech Republic Lukáš Dlouhý
 India Leander Paes
6 7  
  4  India Mahesh Bhupathi
 Belarus Max Mirnyi
2 5  
4  India Mahesh Bhupathi
 Belarus Max Mirnyi
77 6  
  8  Poland Mariusz Fyrstenberg
 Poland Marcin Matkowski
64 4    

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Canada D Nestor
Serbia N Zimonjić
6 6  
ALT Uzbekistan D Istomin
Germany F Moser
0 2   1 Canada D Nestor
Serbia N Zimonjić
6 2 [5]
  Spain N Almagro
Spain T Robredo
6 4 [14]   Spain N Almagro
Spain T Robredo
4 6 [10]
  Brazil M Melo
Brazil B Soares
2 6 [12]   Spain N Almagro
Spain T Robredo
7 6  
  France M Llodra
Israel A Ram
2 5     Spain F López
Spain F Verdasco
5 3  
  Spain F López
Spain F Verdasco
6 7     Spain F López
Spain F Verdasco
6 77  
  Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
3 77 [12] 6 Sweden S Aspelin
Australia P Hanley
1 63  
6 Sweden S Aspelin
Australia P Hanley
6 64 [14]   Spain N Almagro
Spain T Robredo
3 0  
3 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
India L Paes
6 77   3 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
India L Paes
6 6  
  United Kingdom R Hutchins
Australia J Kerr
4 64   3 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
India L Paes
4 6 [10]
  Brazil T Bellucci
Spain M López
3 6 [10]   Brazil T Bellucci
Spain M López
6 3 [8]
  Germany C Kas
Belgium D Norman
6 3 [8] 3 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
India L Paes
6 6  
  Czech Republic M Damm
Slovakia F Polášek
6 77     Germany B Becker
Germany M Kohlmann
4 4  
  Croatia I Karlović
Serbia D Vemić
2 65     Czech Republic M Damm
Slovakia F Polášek
63 65  
  Germany B Becker
Germany M Kohlmann
6 78     Germany B Becker
Germany M Kohlmann
77 77  
5 Poland Ł Kubot
Austria O Marach
1 66  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia M Mertiňák
77 6  
  Sweden R Lindstedt
Romania H Tecău
61 4   7 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia M Mertiňák
3 0  
  France A Clément
France J-W Tsonga
2 6 [10]   France A Clément
France J-W Tsonga
6 6  
  Spain G García-López
Spain A Montañés
6 3 [5]   France A Clément
France J-W Tsonga
4 77 [4]
  United States J Isner
United States S Querrey
4 6 [10] 4 India M Bhupathi
Belarus M Mirnyi
6 65 [10]
  Sweden J Brunström
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
6 3 [7]   United States J Isner
United States S Querrey
3 2  
  Australia S Huss
South Africa W Moodie
4 5   4 India M Bhupathi
Belarus M Mirnyi
6 6  
4 India M Bhupathi
Belarus M Mirnyi
6 7   4 India M Bhupathi
Belarus M Mirnyi
77 6  
8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
64 7 [14] 8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
64 4  
  Austria J Knowle
Germany P Kohlschreiber
77 5 [12] 8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
4 6 [10]
  Russia I Andreev
Russia M Youzhny
7 6     Russia I Andreev
Russia M Youzhny
6 4 [6]
  United States M Fish
The Bahamas M Knowles
5 4   8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
6 6  
WC United States R Harrison
Ecuador N Lapentti
1 5   2 United States B Bryan
United States M Bryan
2 2  
  United States E Butorac
United States R Ram
6 7     United States E Butorac
United States R Ram
4 4  
WC Spain R Nadal
Spain B Salvá-Vidal
0 3   2 United States B Bryan
United States M Bryan
6 6  
2 United States B Bryan
United States M Bryan
6 6  

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