2011 Zucchetti Kos Tennis Cup – Doubles

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Doubles
2011 Zucchetti Kos Tennis Cup
Champions Austria Julian Knowle
Germany Michael Kohlmann
Runners-up Australia Colin Ebelthite
Australia Adam Feeney
Final score 2–6, 7–5, [10–5]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Robin Haase and Rogier Wassen were the defending champions, but Haase decided not to participate.
Wassen played alongside Jesse Huta Galung. They were eliminated already in the first round.

Julian Knowle and Michael Kohlmann won the title, defeating Colin Ebelthite and Adam Feeney 2–6, 7–5, [10–5] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Austria J Knowle
Germany M Kohlmann
6 6  
  France O Charroin
India P Raja
3 4   1 Austria J Knowle
Germany M Kohlmann
w/o    
  Netherlands J Huta Galung
Netherlands R Wassen
4 2     Czech Republic I Minář
Czech Republic D Škoch
     
  Czech Republic I Minář
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 6   1 Austria J Knowle
Germany M Kohlmann
6 5 [14]
4 Germany F Moser
United Kingdom K Skupski
6 6   WC Italy M Navarra
Romania A Ungur
3 7 [12]
WC Czech Republic J Hájek
Austria T Muster
1 4   4 Germany F Moser
United Kingdom K Skupski
4 77 [7]
WC Italy M Navarra
Romania A Ungur
6 6   WC Italy M Navarra
Romania A Ungur
6 65 [10]
  Belarus U Ignatik
Slovakia M Kližan
2 4   1 Austria J Knowle
Germany M Kohlmann
2 7 [10]
WC Italy Simone Appio
Italy Mauro Commisso
4 5     Australia C Ebelthite
Australia A Feeney
6 5 [5]
  Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
Kazakhstan Y Schukin
6 7     Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
Kazakhstan Y Schukin
4 3  
  United Kingdom J Delgado
United Kingdom J Marray
2 66   3 Sweden J Brunström
Sweden A Siljeström
6 6  
3 Sweden J Brunström
Sweden A Siljeström
6 78   3 Sweden J Brunström
Sweden A Siljeström
5 2  
  Australia C Ebelthite
Australia A Feeney
6 6     Australia C Ebelthite
Australia A Feeney
7 6  
  Italy A di Mauro
Italy A Motti
3 2     Australia C Ebelthite
Australia A Feeney
6 4 [10]
  Czech Republic J Pospíšil
Slovakia I Zelenay
6 78     Czech Republic J Pospíšil
Slovakia I Zelenay
3 6 [6]
2 Germany D Brown
Croatia L Zovko
2 66  

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