2011 Qatar Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2011 Qatar Open
Champions Spain Marc López
Spain Rafael Nadal
Runners-up Italy Daniele Bracciali
Italy Andreas Seppi
Final score 6–3, 7–6(7–4)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Guillermo García-López and Albert Montañés were the defending champions, but only García-López chose to participate this year. He played with Rainer Schüttler. However, they lost to Marco Chiudinelli and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga already in the first round.
3rd seeds Marc López and Rafael Nadal won this event, by defeating Daniele Bracciali and Andreas Seppi 6–3, 7–6(7–4) in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Serbia V Troicki
Serbia N Zimonjić
4 77 [5]
  Russia T Gabashvili
Germany P Kohlschreiber
6 62 [10]   Russia T Gabashvili
Germany P Kohlschreiber
77 7  
  Switzerland M Chiudinelli
France J-W Tsonga
6 6     Switzerland M Chiudinelli
France J-W Tsonga
63 5  
  Spain G García-López
Germany R Schüttler
1 2     Russia T Gabashvili
Germany P Kohlschreiber
4 4  
3 Spain M López
Spain R Nadal
6 7   3 Spain M López
Spain R Nadal
6 6  
  Spain D Marrero
Spain P Riba
3 5   3 Spain M López
Spain R Nadal
6 6  
WC Kuwait M Ghareeb
Qatar M Zaid
4 77 [11] WC Kuwait M Ghareeb
Qatar M Zaid
2 0  
WC Morocco R El Amrani
Qatar A El Harib
6 65 [9] 3 Spain M López
Spain R Nadal
6 77  
  Latvia E Gulbis
Germany M Zverev
5 6 [5]   Italy D Bracciali
Italy A Seppi
3 64  
  Italy F Fognini
Slovakia I Zelenay
7 3 [10]   Italy F Fognini
Slovakia I Zelenay
6 6  
  Sweden J Brunström
Finland J Nieminen
3 63   4 Slovakia F Polášek
Ukraine S Stakhovsky
2 4  
4 Slovakia F Polášek
Ukraine S Stakhovsky
6 77     Italy F Fognini
Slovakia I Zelenay
1 6 [9]
  Spain D Gimeno–Traver
Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
2 3     Italy D Bracciali
Italy A Seppi
6 4 [11]
  Italy D Bracciali
Italy A Seppi
6 6     Italy D Bracciali
Italy A Seppi
6 6  
  Poland M Fyrstenberg
Romania V Hănescu
2 2   2 Czech Republic F Čermák
Germany C Kas
1 4  
2 Czech Republic F Čermák
Germany C Kas
6 6  

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