2012 Valencia Open 500 – Doubles

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Doubles
2012 Valencia Open 500
Champions Austria Alexander Peya
Brazil Bruno Soares
Runners-up Spain David Marrero
Spain Fernando Verdasco
Final score 6–3, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles

Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares won the title, defeating David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco in the final, 6–3, 6–2.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Spain Marcel Granollers / Spain Marc López (Quarterfinals)
  2. Austria Alexander Peya / Brazil Bruno Soares (Champions)
  3. Croatia Ivan Dodig / Brazil Marcelo Melo (First round)
  4. United Kingdom Colin Fleming / United Kingdom Ross Hutchins (First round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
6 6  
  Germany C Kas
Germany P Kohlschreiber
4 2   1 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
3 2  
WC Spain R Bautista-Agut
Spain D Gimeno-Traver
6 3 [8]   Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
6 6  
  Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
3 6 [10]   Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
6 4 [10]
3 Croatia I Dodig
Brazil M Melo
63 5     Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
3 6 [7]
  Croatia M Čilić
Brazil A Sá
77 7     Croatia M Čilić
Brazil A Sá
60 6 [7]
  Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
7 6     Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
77 2 [10]
  United States J Isner
United States S Querrey
5 1     Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
3 2  
  Argentina C Berlocq
Ukraine A Dolgopolov
6 3 [7] 2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 6  
WC Spain D Ferrer
Spain JC Ferrero
3 6 [10] WC Spain D Ferrer
Spain JC Ferrero
6 62 [10]
  Austria J Knowle
Slovakia F Polášek
4 6 [10]   Austria J Knowle
Slovakia F Polášek
3 77 [6]
4 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom R Hutchins
6 4 [5] WC Spain D Ferrer
Spain JC Ferrero
2 63  
  Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
4 4   2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 77  
  Slovakia M Kližan
Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 6     Slovakia M Kližan
Slovakia M Mertiňák
4 2  
  Spain P Andújar
Spain F López
4 1   2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 6  
2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 6  

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