2011 ATP Challenger Trophy – Doubles

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Doubles
2011 ATP Challenger Trophy
Champions Australia Colin Ebelthite
Czech Republic Jaroslav Pospíšil
Runners-up Belarus Alexander Bury
Belarus Andrei Vasilevski
Final score 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Karol Beck and Lukáš Rosol were the defending champions, but decided not to participate.
Colin Ebelthite and Jaroslav Pospíšil won the title, defeating Alexander Bury and Andrei Vasilevski 6–3, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Germany D Brown
United Kingdom K Skupski
6 3 [6]
  Belarus A Bury
Belarus A Vasilevski
3 6 [10]   Belarus A Bury
Belarus A Vasilevski
4 6 [12]
  Slovakia Norbert Gomboš
Slovakia A Martin
5 1     Moldova R Albot
Portugal J Sousa
6 4 [10]
  Moldova R Albot
Portugal J Sousa
7 6     Belarus A Bury
Belarus A Vasilevski
5 77 [10]
4 Germany G Kretschmer
Germany B Phau
6 6   4 Germany G Kretschmer
Germany B Phau
7 62 [6]
  Spain I Cervantes-Huegun
Brazil F Romboli
3 4   4 Germany G Kretschmer
Germany B Phau
77 6  
  Poland T Bednarek
Poland M Gawron
2 4   WC Czech Republic J Hájek
Czech Republic Jan Subota
62 0  
WC Czech Republic J Hájek
Czech Republic Jan Subota
6 6     Belarus A Bury
Belarus A Vasilevski
3 4  
WC Slovakia Jozef Kovalík
Slovakia Filip Vittek
6 7   3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
6 6  
Alt Slovakia Filip Havaj
Slovakia Peter Miklušičák
4 5   WC Slovakia Jozef Kovalík
Slovakia Filip Vittek
5 0  
  Slovakia P Červenák
Slovakia I Klec
1 77 [8] 3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
7 6  
3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
6 65 [10] 3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
6 6  
WC Czech Republic R Jebavý
Austria Tristan-Samuel Weiβborn
4 2     Spain G Granollers
Spain G Olaso
1 4  
  Spain G Granollers
Spain G Olaso
6 6     Spain G Granollers
Spain G Olaso
77 6  
  Czech Republic D Lojda
Kazakhstan Y Schukin
4 6 [10]   Czech Republic D Lojda
Kazakhstan Y Schukin
62 3  
2 Australia A Feeney
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 2 [5]

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