2011 International German Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2011 International German Open
Champions Austria Oliver Marach
Austria Alexander Peya
Runners-up Czech Republic František Čermák
Slovakia Filip Polášek
Final score 6–4, 6–1
Events
Singles Doubles

Marc López and David Marrero were the defending champions, but lost in the first round to Andreas Beck and Christopher Kas.

Austrian couple Oliver Marach and Alexander Peya won the title beating František Čermák and Filip Polášek in the final, 6–4, 6–1.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
4 3  
  Ukraine S Stakhovsky
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
6 6     Ukraine S Stakhovsky
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
6 4 [10]
  Argentina C Berlocq
Italy F Fognini
3 7 [8]   Italy D Bracciali
Belgium D Norman
4 6 [8]
  Italy D Bracciali
Belgium D Norman
6 5 [10]   Ukraine S Stakhovsky
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
5 3  
4 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
6 6   4 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
7 6  
Alt Kazakhstan A Golubev
Uzbekistan D Istomin
3 4   4 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
78 6  
  Argentina JI Chela
Mexico S González
4 6 [5]   Croatia M Čilić
Croatia I Dodig
66 1  
  Croatia M Čilić
Croatia I Dodig
6 4 [10] 4 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
4 1  
  France G Monfils
France G Simon
6 6   3 Austria O Marach
Austria A Peya
6 6  
WC Germany T Kamke
Germany J Reister
4 2     France G Monfils
France G Simon
3 77 [5]
  Germany P Kohlschreiber
Germany F Mayer
4 64   3 Austria O Marach
Austria A Peya
6 63 [10]
3 Austria O Marach
Austria A Peya
6 77   3 Austria O Marach
Austria A Peya
77 6  
WC Germany A Beck
Germany C Kas
6 6   WC Germany A Beck
Germany C Kas
63 4  
  Spain M López
Spain D Marrero
3 4   WC Germany A Beck
Germany C Kas
5 6 [13]
  Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Slovakia M Mertiňák
2 6 [10]   Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Slovakia M Mertiňák
7 3 [11]
2 Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
6 4 [5]

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