2013 International German Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2013 International German Open
ChampionsPoland Mariusz Fyrstenberg
Poland Marcin Matkowski
Runners-upAustria Alexander Peya
Brazil Bruno Soares
Final score3–6, 6–1, [10–8]
Events
Singles Doubles
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David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco were the defending champions, but withdrew from the semifinals against Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares.
Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski won the title, defeating Peya and Soares in the final, 3–6, 6–1, [10–8].

Seeds[edit]

  1. Spain Marcel Granollers / Spain Marc López (Quarterfinals)
  2. Austria Alexander Peya / Brazil Bruno Soares (Final)
  3. Spain David Marrero / Spain Fernando Verdasco (Semifinals, withdrew)
  4. Austria Julian Knowle / Sweden Robert Lindstedt (First round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
6 6
France J Chardy
Poland Ł Kubot
3 3 1 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
65 4
Australia P Hanley
Slovakia M Mertiňák
2 65 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
77 6
Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
6 77 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
7 4 [10]
4 Austria J Knowle
Sweden R Lindstedt
3 4 Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Slovakia M Kližan
5 6 [7]
Brazil T Bellucci
France B Paire
6 6 Brazil T Bellucci
France B Paire
Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Slovakia M Kližan
6 3 [12] Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Slovakia M Kližan
w/o
Poland T Bednarek
Poland J Janowicz
3 6 [10] Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
3 6 [10]
Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
6 6 2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 1 [8]
Romania H Tecău
Argentina H Zeballos
4 4 Czech Republic F Čermák
Slovakia F Polášek
3 6 [8]
Italy D Bracciali
Italy F Fognini
1 6 [9] 3 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
6 4 [10]
3 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
6 1 [11] 3 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
Czech Republic L Rosol
Italy A Seppi
6 7 2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
w/o
WC Germany D Brands
Germany C Kas
2 5 Czech Republic L Rosol
Italy A Seppi
1 4
WC Germany A Begemann
Germany M Emmrich
63 1 2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
6 6
2 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
77 6

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