2012 Marburg Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2012 Marburg Open
Champions Poland Mateusz Kowalczyk
Czech Republic David Škoch
Runners-up Russia Denis Matsukevich
Germany Mischa Zverev
Final score 6–2, 6–1
Events
Singles Doubles
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Federico del Bonis and Horacio Zeballos were the defending champions but del Bonis decided not to participate.
Zeballos played alongside Ariel Behar but lost in the first round.
Mateusz Kowalczyk and David Škoch defeated Denis Matsukevich and Mischa Zverev 6–2, 6–1 in the final to win the title.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Poland T Bednarek
Ukraine D Molchanov
6 6  
WC Germany Julian Lenz
New Zealand A Sitak
4 4   1 Poland T Bednarek
Ukraine D Molchanov
4 2  
Alt Spain D Gimeno-Traver
Spain Israel Sevilla
2 3     Slovenia A Bedene
Slovakia A Martin
6 6  
  Slovenia A Bedene
Slovakia A Martin
6 6     Slovenia A Bedene
Slovakia A Martin
     
4 Moldova R Albot
Belarus U Ignatik
77 6     Russia D Matsukevich
Germany M Zverev
w/o    
  Brazil Rodrigo Grilli
Brazil J Silva
63 2   4 Moldova R Albot
Belarus U Ignatik
1 3  
  Slovakia P Červenák
Switzerland M Lammer
5 610     Russia D Matsukevich
Germany M Zverev
6 6  
  Russia D Matsukevich
Germany M Zverev
7 712     Russia D Matsukevich
Germany M Zverev
2 1  
  Germany A Satschko
India D Sharan
6 6   3 Poland M Kowalczyk
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 6  
  Japan Hiroki Moriya
Australia Nima Roshan
3 4     Germany A Satschko
India D Sharan
4 4  
  Uruguay A Behar
Argentina H Zeballos
3 7 [8] 3 Poland M Kowalczyk
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 6  
3 Poland M Kowalczyk
Czech Republic D Škoch
6 5 [10] 3 Poland M Kowalczyk
Czech Republic D Škoch
7 4 [10]
WC Germany Steven Moneke
Germany Tim Puetz
4 6 [7] WC Spain I Navarro
Spain G Trujillo-Soler
5 6 [3]
  Finland H Heliövaara
Australia Adam Hubble
6 0 [10]   Finland H Heliövaara
Australia Adam Hubble
3 6 [3]
WC Spain I Navarro
Spain G Trujillo-Soler
6 6   WC Spain I Navarro
Spain G Trujillo-Soler
6 3 [10]
2 France O Charroin
Australia R Junaid
4 4  

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