2011 Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad – Doubles

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Doubles
2011 Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad
Champion Czech Republic František Čermák
Slovakia Filip Polášek
Runner-up Germany Christopher Kas
Austria Alexander Peya
Final score 6–3, 7–6(9–7)
Events
Singles Doubles

Johan Brunström and Jarkko Nieminen were the defending champions, but Nieminen decided not to participate.
Brunström played alongside Adil Shamasdin, but they were eliminated in the semifinals by Kas and Peya.

No.1 seeds František Čermák and Filip Polášek won the title beating No.2 seeds Christopher Kas and Alexander Peya in the final, 6–3, 7–6(9–7).

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
77 3 [10]
  Russia M Elgin
Uzbekistan D Istomin
62 6 [6] 1 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
6 6  
  Colombia S Giraldo
Brazil J Souza
66 6 [10]   Colombia S Giraldo
Brazil J Souza
3 4  
  Austria A Haider-Maurer
Italy A Motti
78 1 [7] 1 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
6 6  
3 United States J Cerretani
Germany P Marx
6 4 [9]   Romania V Hănescu
Netherlands R Wassen
4 3  
  Spain G García-López
Spain M López
2 6 [11]   Spain G García-López
Spain M López
5 5  
  Romania V Hănescu
Netherlands R Wassen
5 6 [10]   Romania V Hănescu
Netherlands R Wassen
7 7  
  Spain P Andújar
Spain D Gimeno-Traver
7 4 [7] 1 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
6 79  
  Poland T Bednarek
Sweden A Siljeström
2 6 [8] 2 Germany C Kas
Austria A Peya
3 67  
  Austria J Knowle
Slovakia I Zelenay
6 4 [10]   Austria J Knowle
Slovakia I Zelenay
64 1  
WC Switzerland G Bastl
Switzerland A Sadecky
5 3   4 Sweden J Brunström
Canada A Shamasdin
7 6  
4 Sweden J Brunström
Canada A Shamasdin
7 6   4 Sweden J Brunström
Canada A Shamasdin
4 1  
  United Kingdom J Delgado
United Kingdom J Marray
3 6 [4] 2 Germany C Kas
Austria A Peya
6 6  
  Portugal F Gil
Czech Republic L Rosol
6 3 [10]   Portugal F Gil
Czech Republic L Rosol
4 2  
WC Switzerland Y Allegro
Switzerland S Bohli
0 3   2 Germany C Kas
Austria A Peya
6 6  
2 Germany C Kas
Austria A Peya
6 6  

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