2010 UniCredit Czech Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2010 UniCredit Czech Open
ChampionsSpain Marcel Granollers
Spain David Marrero
Runners-upSweden Johan Brunström
Netherlands Antilles Jean-Julien Rojer
Final score3–6, 6–4, [10–6]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Johan Brunström and Jean-Julien Rojer were the defending champions, but Marcel Granollers and David Marrero defeated them 3–6, 6–4, [10–6] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Sweden J Brunström
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
6 7  
  Kazakhstan A Golubev
Kazakhstan Y Schukin
4 63   1 Sweden J Brunström
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
7 1 [10]
  South Africa J Coetzee
South Africa R de Voest
6 65 [10]   South Africa J Coetzee
South Africa R de Voest
64 6 [5]
  Poland T Bednarek
Poland M Kowalczyk
3 7 [7] 1 Sweden J Brunström
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
7 7  
4 Czech Republic L Friedl
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 7     United States J Cerretani
Canada A Shamasdin
64 5  
  Portugal R Machado
Spain D Muñoz-De La Nava
3 64   4 Czech Republic L Friedl
Czech Republic D Škoch
5 6 [9]
  United States J Cerretani
Canada A Shamasdin
w/o       United States J Cerretani
Canada A Shamasdin
7 2 [11]
  Belgium C Rochus
Belgium O Rochus
      1 Sweden J Brunström
Netherlands Antilles J-J Rojer
6 4 [6]
  Thailand Sa Ratiwatana
Thailand So Ratiwatana
2 2   2 Spain M Granollers
Spain D Marrero
3 6 [10]
WC Czech Republic J Pospíšil
Czech Republic J Vaněk
6 6   WC Czech Republic J Pospíšil
Czech Republic J Vaněk
3 4  
WC Czech Republic R Rumler
Czech Republic R Urbanek
7 3 [4] 3 Germany P Marx
Slovakia I Zelenay
6 6  
3 Germany P Marx
Slovakia I Zelenay
63 6 [10] 3 Germany P Marx
Slovakia I Zelenay
2 2  
WC Czech Republic M Jaloviec
Czech Republic M Konečný
3 1   2 Spain M Granollers
Spain D Marrero
6 6  
  India S Devvarman
Philippines TC Huey
6 6     India S Devvarman
Philippines TC Huey
3 6 [3]
  Spain A Martín
Spain A Ramos-Viñolas
2 2   2 Spain M Granollers
Spain D Marrero
6 3 [10]
2 Spain M Granollers
Spain D Marrero
6 6  

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