2012 Copa Claro – Doubles

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Doubles
2012 Copa Claro
Champions Spain David Marrero
Spain Fernando Verdasco
Runners-up Slovakia Michal Mertiňák
Brazil André Sá
Final score 6–4, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
Main article: 2012 Copa Claro

Oliver Marach and Leonardo Mayer were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco won the title after defeating Michal Mertiňák and André Sá 6–4, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Italy Daniele Bracciali / Italy Potito Starace (Quarterfinals)
  2. Slovakia Michal Mertiňák / Brazil André Sá (Final)
  3. Spain Pablo Andújar / Argentina Carlos Berlocq (Quarterfinals)
  4. Spain Pere Riba / Brazil João Souza (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Italy D Bracciali
Italy P Starace
2 6 [10]
Argentina M González
Japan K Nishikori
6 2 [7] 1 Italy D Bracciali
Italy P Starace
6 3 [10]
WC Argentina F Argüello
Argentina A Velotti
4 6 [8] France É Prodon
Argentina H Zeballos
1 6 [12]
France É Prodon
Argentina H Zeballos
6 2 [10] France É Prodon
Argentina H Zeballos
65 3
3 Spain P Andújar
Argentina C Berlocq
6 2 [10] Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
77 6
France B Paire
Switzerland S Wawrinka
0 6 [7] 3 Spain P Andújar
Argentina C Berlocq
6 3 [8]
WC Argentina F Delbonis
Argentina D Junqueira
5 4 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
4 6 [10]
Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
7 6 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
6 6
Portugal R Machado
Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
3 6 [10] 2 Slovakia M Mertiňák
Brazil A Sá
4 4
Alt Serbia N Ćirić
Uruguay M Felder
6 3 [7] Portugal R Machado
Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
6 6
Spain D Ferrer
Spain D Gimeno-Traver
1 67 4 Spain P Riba
Brazil J Souza
4 1
4 Spain P Riba
Brazil J Souza
6 79 Portugal R Machado
Spain R Ramírez Hidalgo
5 6 [5]
France J Chardy
France G Simon
6 6 2 Slovakia M Mertiňák
Brazil A Sá
7 4 [10]
Chile P Capdeville
Argentina E Schwank
2 2 France J Chardy
France G Simon
65 3
Italy S Bolelli
Italy F Volandri
3 4 2 Slovakia M Mertiňák
Brazil A Sá
77 6
2 Slovakia M Mertiňák
Brazil A Sá
6 6

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