2012 Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships – Doubles

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Doubles
2012 Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships
Champions Austria Alexander Peya
Brazil Bruno Soares
Runners-up India Leander Paes
Czech Republic Radek Štěpánek
Final score 6–3, 7–6(7–5)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Andy Murray and Jamie Murray were the defending champions, but lost in the quarterfinals to first seeded Leander Paes and Radek Štěpánek.
Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares won the title, defeating Paes and Štěpánek 6–3, 7–6(7–5) in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 India L Paes
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
6 6
Austria J Knowle
Slovakia F Polášek
4 4 1 India L Paes
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
6 3 [10]
  United States E Butorac
Finland J Nieminen
7 3 [4] United Kingdom A Murray
United Kingdom J Murray
4 6 [2]
United Kingdom A Murray
United Kingdom J Murray
5 6 [10] 1 India L Paes
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
6 6
3 Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
61 3 Italy D Bracciali
Czech Republic F Čermák
3 1
Argentina J Mónaco
Japan K Nishikori
77 6   Argentina J Mónaco
Japan K Nishikori
1 62
WC Japan Y Sugita
Japan Y Uchiyama
2 64 Italy D Bracciali
Czech Republic F Čermák
6 77
Italy D Bracciali
Czech Republic F Čermák
6 77 1 India L Paes
Czech Republic R Štěpánek
3 65
WC Japan H Moriya
Japan T Suzuki
3 4 4 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 77
France J Chardy
Brazil M Melo
6 6   France J Chardy
Brazil M Melo
77 3 [8]
France B Paire
Switzerland S Wawrinka
5 2 4 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
64 6 [10]
4 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
7 6 4 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 6
Philippines TC Huey
United Kingdom J Marray
64 5 Czech Republic T Berdych
Serbia N Zimonjić
4 4
Germany P Petzschner
Serbia J Tipsarević
77 7   Germany P Petzschner
Serbia J Tipsarević
Czech Republic T Berdych
Serbia N Zimonjić
77 6 Czech Republic T Berdych
Serbia N Zimonjić
w/o
2 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
Netherlands J-J Rojer
65 3

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