2012 Winston-Salem Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2012 Winston-Salem Open
Champions Mexico Santiago González
United States Scott Lipsky
Runners-up Spain Pablo Andújar
Argentina Leonardo Mayer
Final score 6–3, 4–6, [10–2]
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2011 · Winston-Salem Open · 2013 →

Jonathan Erlich and Andy Ram were the defending champions, but they lost to Pablo Andújar and Leonardo Mayer in the semifinals.
Santiago González and Scott Lipsky won the title, defeating Andújar and Mayer 6–3, 4–6, [10–2] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. India Rohan Bopanna / Poland Mariusz Fyrstenberg (Quarterfinals)
  2. United Kingdom Jonathan Marray / Denmark Frederik Nielsen (First round)
  3. United Kingdom Colin Fleming / United Kingdom Ross Hutchins (First round)
  4. France Michaël Llodra / France Nicolas Mahut (First round, retired because of a knee injury for Mahut)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 India R Bopanna
Poland M Fyrstenberg
6 64 [10]
United States E Butorac
Australia P Hanley
4 77 [3] 1 India R Bopanna
Poland M Fyrstenberg
78 64 [4]
  Russia M Elgin
Uzbekistan D Istomin
4 4 Alt Spain P Andújar
Argentina L Mayer
66 77 [10]
Alt Spain P Andújar
Argentina L Mayer
6 6 Alt Spain P Andújar
Argentina L Mayer
6 6
4 France M Llodra
France N Mahut
6 1r WC Israel J Erlich
Israel A Ram
2 1
Colombia JS Cabal
Colombia A Falla
1 1 Colombia JS Cabal
Colombia A Falla
3 5
WC Israel J Erlich
Israel A Ram
6 712 WC Israel J Erlich
Israel A Ram
6 7
Philippines TC Huey
United Kingdom D Inglot
3 610 Alt Spain P Andújar
Argentina L Mayer
3 6 [2]
  Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
2 2 Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
6 4 [10]
Austria J Knowle
Slovakia F Polášek
6 6 Austria J Knowle
Slovakia F Polášek
1 6 [11]
Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
79 77 Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
6 3 [13]
3 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom R Hutchins
67 63 Mexico S González
United States S Lipsky
6 6
Austria J Melzer
France É Roger-Vasselin
6 6 Spain D Marrero
Brazil A Sá
4 1
Czech Republic F Čermák
United Kingdom J Murray
4 4 Austria J Melzer
France É Roger-Vasselin
6 5 [8]
Spain D Marrero
Brazil A Sá
6 77 Spain D Marrero
Brazil A Sá
1 7 [10]
2 United Kingdom J Marray
Denmark F Nielsen
3 63

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