2013 Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad – Doubles

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Doubles
2013 Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad
Champions United Kingdom Jamie Murray
Australia John Peers
Runners-up Spain Pablo Andújar
Spain Guillermo García-López
Final score 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles

Marcel Granollers and Marc López were the defending champions but decided not to participate.
Jamie Murray and John Peers won the title, defeating Pablo Andújar and Guillermo García-López in the final, 6–3, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Italy Daniele Bracciali / Slovakia Filip Polášek (First round)
  2. Sweden Johan Brunström / South Africa Raven Klaasen (Quarterfinals)
  3. United Kingdom Jamie Murray / Australia John Peers (Champions)
  4. Germany Dustin Brown / Australia Paul Hanley (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Italy D Bracciali
 Slovakia F Polášek
2 3  
 Argentina F Bagnis
 United Kingdom J Delgado
6 6      Argentina F Bagnis
 United Kingdom J Delgado
6 6  
PR  Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Argentina J Mónaco
77 6     PR  Argentina L Arnold Ker
 Argentina J Mónaco
3 4  
 Brazil T Bellucci
 Brazil J Souza
65 4        Argentina F Bagnis
 United Kingdom J Delgado
1 4  
3  United Kingdom J Murray
 Australia J Peers
6 6       3  United Kingdom J Murray
 Australia J Peers
6 6  
 France P-H Mathieu
 Ukraine S Stakhovsky
3 4     3  United Kingdom J Murray
 Australia J Peers
w/o
 Germany C Kas
 Austria O Marach
3 6 [13]      Spain R Bautista-Agut
 Spain D Gimeno-Traver
 
 Spain R Bautista-Agut
 Spain D Gimeno-Traver
6 4 [15]       3  United Kingdom J Murray
 Australia J Peers
6 6
 Germany D Brands
 Netherlands R Haase
2 4        Spain P Andújar
 Spain G García-López
3 4
 Spain P Andújar
 Spain G García-López
6 6      Spain P Andújar
 Spain G García-López
6 6  
WC  Switzerland A Ritschard
 Switzerland A Sadecky
6 64 [5]     4  Germany D Brown
 Australia P Hanley
3 1  
4  Germany D Brown
 Australia P Hanley
1 77 [10]        Spain P Andújar
 Spain G García-López
1 6 [10]
WC  Switzerland M Chiudinelli
 Switzerland H Laaksonen
2 4        Romania F Mergea
 Czech Republic L Rosol
6 3 4  
 Romania F Mergea
 Czech Republic L Rosol
6 6      Romania F Mergea
 Czech Republic L Rosol
7 7
 Russia A Kuznetsov
 Romania A Ungur
3 63     2  Sweden J Brunström
 South Africa R Klaasen
5 5  
2  Sweden J Brunström
 South Africa R Klaasen
6 77  

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