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
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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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