2012 Città di Como Challenger – Doubles

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Doubles
2012 Città di Como Challenger
Champions Germany Philipp Marx
Romania Florin Mergea
Runners-up Australia Colin Ebelthite
Czech Republic Jaroslav Pospíšil
Final score 6–4, 4–6, [10–4]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Federico Delbonis and Renzo Olivo were the defending champions but Delbonis decided not to participate.
Olivo played alongside Dane Propoggia.
Philipp Marx and Florin Mergea won the title, defeating Colin Ebelthite and Jaroslav Pospíšil 6–4, 4–6, [10–4] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Germany P Marx
Romania F Mergea
4 77 [10]
  Argentina R Olivo
Australia D Propoggia
6 65 [5] 1 Germany P Marx
Romania F Mergea
6 4 [10]
WC Italy T Fabbiano
Italy W Trusendi
6 6   WC Italy T Fabbiano
Italy W Trusendi
3 6 [3]
  France O Charroin
France S Robert
4 4   1 Germany P Marx
Romania F Mergea
77 6  
4 India P Raja
Canada A Shamasdin
6 2 [7]   Romania A Dăescu
Australia A Hubble
65 4  
  Romania A Dăescu
Australia A Hubble
4 6 [10]   Romania A Dăescu
Australia A Hubble
4 6 10
  Croatia M Draganja
Croatia L Zovko
6 6     Croatia M Draganja
Croatia L Zovko
6 4 4
  Italy S Ianni
Italy S Vagnozzi
2 2   1 Germany P Marx
Romania F Mergea
6 4 [10]
  Portugal F Gil
Portugal J Sousa
6 6   3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
4 6 [4]
WC United States Sam Barnett
United States K Kim
0 1     Portugal F Gil
Portugal J Sousa
3 4  
  Chile P Capdeville
Italy A Giannessi
6 2 [2] 3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
6 6  
3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
2 6 [10] 3 Australia C Ebelthite
Czech Republic J Pospíšil
79 6  
  Slovakia P Červenák
Italy A Motti
3 6 [10] 2 Germany A Begemann
Slovakia I Zelenay
67 4  
  Kazakhstan A Golubev
Kazakhstan Y Schukin
6 1 [8]   Slovakia P Červenák
Italy A Motti
5 4  
WC Italy A Brizzi
Italy M Crugnola
0 1   2 Germany A Begemann
Slovakia I Zelenay
7 6  
2 Germany A Begemann
Slovakia I Zelenay
6 6  

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