2013 Brasil Tennis Cup – Doubles

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Doubles
2013 Brasil Tennis Cup
Champions Spain Anabel Medina Garrigues
Kazakhstan Yaroslava Shvedova
Runners-up United Kingdom Anne Keothavong
Russia Valeria Savinykh
Final score 6–0, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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This was the first edition of a new event on the WTA Tour. Anabel Medina Garrigues and Yaroslava Shvedova won the title, defeating Anne Keothavong and Valeria Savinykh in the final, 6–0, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1 Spain A Medina Garrigues
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
6 7  
  France C Garcia
Spain G Muguruza
3 5   1 Spain A Medina Garrigues
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
6 6
  Brazil PC Gonçalves
Brazil L Pigossi
4 4     Argentina F Molinero
Venezuela A Pérez
1 1
  Argentina F Molinero
Venezuela A Pérez
6 6   1 Spain A Medina Garrigues
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
6 4 [10]
3 Hungary T Babos
Japan K Date-Krumm
6 6   3 Hungary T Babos
Japan K Date-Krumm
3 6 [5]
  Israel J Glushko
Poland P Kania
4 2   3 Hungary T Babos
Japan K Date-Krumm
6 6  
  Israel S Pe'er
South Africa C Scheepers
6 6     Israel S Pe'er
South Africa C Scheepers
2 2  
  Slovakia M Hončová
United States C-y Hsu
2 3   1 Spain A Medina Garrigues
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
6 6  
  Hungary M Czink
Romania M Niculescu
5 4     United Kingdom A Keothavong
Russia V Savinykh
0 4  
  Brazil MF Alves
Croatia M Lučić-Baroni
7 6     Brazil MF Alves
Croatia M Lučić-Baroni
2 6 [9]
  United Kingdom A Keothavong
Russia V Savinykh
6 2 [10]   United Kingdom A Keothavong
Russia V Savinykh
6 1 [11]
4 Russia N Bratchikova
Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
4 6 [7]   United Kingdom A Keothavong
Russia V Savinykh
6 1 [10]
WC Brazil C Forte
Brazil B Haddad Maia
6 7     Germany K Barrois
Germany T Malek
4 6 [6]
  Argentina M Auroux
Argentina M Irigoyen
2 5   WC Brazil C Forte
Brazil B Haddad Maia
3 2  
  Germany K Barrois
Germany T Malek
6 7     Germany K Barrois
Germany T Malek
6 6  
2 Croatia P Martić
France K Mladenovic
3 5  

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