2012 Status Athens Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2012 Status Athens Open
ChampionsGermany Andre Begemann
Australia Jordan Kerr
Runners-upSpain Gerard Granollers
Greece Alexandros Jakupovic
Final score6–2, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Colin Fleming and Scott Lipsky were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Andre Begemann and Jordan Kerr won the title 6–2, 6–3 Gerard Granollers and Alexandros Jakupovic against.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Russia Mikhail Elgin / Russia Alexander Kudryavtsev (Quarterfinals)
  2. Germany Andre Begemann / Australia Jordan Kerr (Champions)
  3. Austria Philipp Oswald / Germany Simon Stadler (Semifinals, retired)
  4. Belarus Alexander Bury / Ukraine Denys Molchanov (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Russia M Elgin
Russia A Kudryavtsev
6 4 [14]
  Austria Nikolaus Mauser
Australia Matt Reid
2 6 [12] 1 Russia M Elgin
Russia A Kudryavtsev
2 2  
WC Spain G Granollers
Greece A Jakupovic
78 6   WC Spain G Granollers
Greece A Jakupovic
6 6  
WC Greece T Angelinos
Greece M Kalovelonis
66 1   WC Spain G Granollers
Greece A Jakupovic
4 2  
3 Austria P Oswald
Germany S Stadler
7 6   3 Austria P Oswald
Germany S Stadler
6 3 r
  Russia E Kirillov
Belarus A Vasilevski
5 3   3 Austria P Oswald
Germany S Stadler
6 6  
  Russia K Kravchuk
Switzerland M Lammer
3 7 [10]   Russia K Kravchuk
Switzerland M Lammer
2 1  
  Slovakia K Beck
Belgium R Bemelmans
6 5 [6] WC Spain G Granollers
Greece A Jakupovic
2 3  
  Republic of Ireland James Cluskey
France F Martin
6 6   2 Germany A Begemann
Australia J Kerr
6 6  
  United Kingdom C Eaton
Australia J Peers
4 1     Republic of Ireland James Cluskey
France F Martin
6 6  
  Moldova R Borvanov
Russia D Matsukevitch
2 77 [11]   Moldova R Borvanov
Russia D Matsukevitch
4 4  
4 Belarus A Bury
Ukraine D Molchanov
6 62 [9]   Republic of Ireland James Cluskey
France F Martin
4 4  
  Lithuania L Grigelis
Australia R Junaid
6 6   2 Germany A Begemann
Australia J Kerr
6 6  
  Canada P Polansky
Germany M Zverev
4 3     Lithuania L Grigelis
Australia R Junaid
3 6 [8]
WC Greece K Economidis
Greece C Kapogiannis
4 5   2 Germany A Begemann
Australia J Kerr
6 4 [10]
2 Germany A Begemann
Australia J Kerr
6 7  

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