2013 Challenge Bell – Doubles

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Doubles
2013 Challenge Bell
ChampionsRussia Alla Kudryavtseva
Australia Anastasia Rodionova
Runners-upCzech Republic Andrea Hlaváčková
Czech Republic Lucie Hradecká
Final score6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Tatjana (Malek) Maria and Kristina Mladenovic were the defending champions, but decided not to participate this year.

Alla Kudryavtseva and Anastasia Rodionova won the title, defeating Andrea Hlaváčková and Lucie Hradecká 6–4, 6–3 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Czech Republic A Hlaváčková
Czech Republic L Hradecká
7 6
WC Sweden S Arvidsson
Canada S Dubois
5 2 1 Czech Republic A Hlaváčková
Czech Republic L Hradecká
7 6
Austria T Paszek
Croatia A Tomljanović
2 7 [14] Austria T Paszek
Croatia A Tomljanović
5 4
Poland A Rosolska
United States C Vandeweghe
6 5 [12] 1 Czech Republic A Hlaváčková
Czech Republic L Hradecká
3 6 [10]
4 Colombia C Castaño
Croatia M Lučić-Baroni
61 4 United States I Falconi
Georgia (country) A Tatishvili
6 4 [7]
United States I Falconi
Georgia (country) A Tatishvili
77 6 United States I Falconi
Georgia (country) A Tatishvili
6 6
United States A Muhammad
United States A Will
3 6 [11] United States A Muhammad
United States A Will
1 1
Alt United States C-y Hsu
United States N Melichar
6 2 [9] 1 Czech Republic A Hlaváčková
Czech Republic L Hradecká
4 3
Canada G Dabrowski
Canada S Fichman
2 4 2 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
6 6
Germany K Barrois
Greece E Daniilidou
6 6 Germany K Barrois
Greece E Daniilidou
6 7
United States M Sanchez
United Kingdom N Slater
5 7 [10] United States M Sanchez
United Kingdom N Slater
4 5
3 Croatia D Jurak
Croatia P Martić
7 5 [7] Germany K Barrois
Greece E Daniilidou
3 64
Latvia L Dekmeijere
United States N Pluskota
3 6 [5] 2 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
6 77
WC Canada F Abanda
Canada C Zhao
6 2 [10] WC Canada F Abanda
Canada C Zhao
64 5
France J Coin
Switzerland A Sadiković
4 6 [7] 2 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
77 7
2 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
6 2 [10]

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