2010 ZRE Katowice Bytom Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2010 ZRE Katowice Bytom Open
Champions Slovakia Ivo Klec
Ukraine Artem Smirnov
Runners-up Russia Konstantin Kravchuk
Ukraine Ivan Sergeyev
Final score 1–6, 6–3, [10–3]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Pablo Santos and Gabriel Trujillo-Soler were the defending champions. Trujillo-Soler chose to not play this year.
Santos partnered up with Paul Capdeville, but they were eliminated by Konstantin Kravchuk and Ivan Sergeyev.
Ivo Klec and Artem Smirnov won in the final 1–6, 6–3, [10–3] against Kravchuk and Sergeyev.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Latvia Andis Juška / Latvia Deniss Pavlovs (Quarterfinals)
  2. Czech Republic Jan Mertl / Austria Martin Slanar (Quarterfinals)
  3. Czech Republic Jaroslav Pospíšil / Canada Vasek Pospisil (Quarterfinals)
  4. Argentina Juan-Pablo Amado / Argentina Facundo Bagnis (First Round)

Main draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
1 Latvia A Juška
Latvia D Pavlovs
7 6  
  Hungary A Balázs
Russia D Matsukevich
61 2   1 Latvia A Juška
Latvia D Pavlovs
3 4  
  Romania M Copil
Romania C Gârd
4 6 [5]   Slovakia I Klec
Ukraine A Smirnov
6 6  
  Slovakia I Klec
Ukraine A Smirnov
6 3 [10]   Slovakia I Klec
Ukraine A Smirnov
7 7  
3 Czech Republic J Pospíšil
Canada V Pospisil
7 6   WC Croatia N Mektić
Croatia I Zovko
5 5  
  Egypt K Maamoun
Egypt S Sabry
5 2   3 Czech Republic J Pospíšil
Canada V Pospisil
64 6 [7]
WC Poland A Kapas
Poland Mateusz Szmigiel
6 0 [5] WC Croatia N Mektić
Croatia I Zovko
7 2 [10]
WC Croatia N Mektić
Croatia I Zovko
3 6 [10]   Slovakia I Klec
Ukraine A Smirnov
1 6 [10]
  Russia K Kravchuk
Ukraine I Sergeyev
7 4 [10]   Russia K Kravchuk
Ukraine I Sergeyev
6 3 [3]
  Spain P Carreño-Busta
Spain P Riba
63 6 [1]   Russia K Kravchuk
Ukraine I Sergeyev
6 6  
  Chile J Aguilar
Chile A García
6 63 [11]   Chile J Aguilar
Chile A García
1 1  
4 Argentina Juan-Pablo Amado
Argentina F Bagnis
2 7 [9]   Russia K Kravchuk
Ukraine I Sergeyev
6 6  
  Chile P Capdeville
Spain P Santos
6 6     Chile P Capdeville
Spain P Santos
2 1  
  Spain O Hernández
Spain A Vivanco-Guzman
3 4     Chile P Capdeville
Spain P Santos
6 3 [10]
WC Poland B Koniusz
Poland G Panfil
3 7 [7] 2 Czech Republic J Mertl
Austria M Slanar
4 6 [7]
2 Czech Republic J Mertl
Austria M Slanar
6 65 [10]

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