2013 Sony Open Tennis – Men's Doubles

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Men's Doubles
2013 Sony Open Tennis
ChampionsPakistan Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
Netherlands Jean-Julien Rojer
Runners-upPoland Mariusz Fyrstenberg
Poland Marcin Matkowski
Final score6–4, 6–1
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Leander Paes and Radek Štěpánek were the defending champions, but did not compete as a team this year.
Štěpánek did not enter the tournament, citing an injury, while Paes played alongside Michaël Llodra, but lost in the second round to Grigor Dimitrov and Frederik Nielsen.
Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and Jean-Julien Rojer won the title, defeating Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski in the final 6–4, 6–1.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov
Denmark Frederik Nielsen
4 2
8 Poland Mariusz Fyrstenberg
Poland Marcin Matkowski
6 6
8 Poland Mariusz Fyrstenberg
Poland Marcin Matkowski
4 1
5 Pakistan Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
Netherlands Jean-Julien Rojer
6 6
5 Pakistan Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
Netherlands Jean-Julien Rojer
6 6
2 Spain Marcel Granollers
Spain Marc López
3 2

Top half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United States B Bryan
United States M Bryan
4 6 [5]
Belarus M Mirnyi
Russia M Youzhny
6 2 [10] Belarus M Mirnyi
Russia M Youzhny
6 4 [8]
Germany T Haas
Belgium X Malisse
6 6 Germany T Haas
Belgium X Malisse
3 6 [10]
Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
4 1 Germany T Haas
Belgium X Malisse
4 6 [7]
WC United States C Harrison
United States R Harrison
2 2 Bulgaria G Dimitrov
Denmark F Nielsen
6 2 [10]
Bulgaria G Dimitrov
Denmark F Nielsen
6 6 Bulgaria G Dimitrov
Denmark F Nielsen
77 77
Germany C Kas
Germany P Kohlschreiber
3 5 7 France M Llodra
India L Paes
66 64
7 France M Llodra
India L Paes
6 7 Bulgaria G Dimitrov
Denmark F Nielsen
4 2
4 Sweden R Lindstedt
Serbia N Zimonjić
79 6 8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
6 6
Slovakia M Kližan
Italy A Seppi
67 4 4 Sweden R Lindstedt
Serbia N Zimonjić
7 6
Croatia I Dodig
Brazil M Melo
7 6 Croatia I Dodig
Brazil M Melo
5 4
WC Australia L Hewitt
Australia B Tomic
5 3 4 Sweden R Lindstedt
Serbia N Zimonjić
4 6 [8]
United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom J Marray
6 69 [11] 8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
6 2 [10]
Poland Ł Kubot
Serbia J Tipsarević
3 711 [13] Poland Ł Kubot
Serbia J Tipsarević
6 3 [5]
Brazil T Bellucci
Argentina H Zeballos
8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
4 6 [10]
8 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
w/o

Bottom half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
Netherlands J-J Rojer
4 6 [10]
Poland J Janowicz
Germany F Mayer
6 4 [6] 5 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
Netherlands J-J Rojer
4 6 [14]
United States J Isner
United States S Querrey
4 3 Philippines TC Huey
United Kingdom D Inglot
6 3 [12]
Philippines TC Huey
United Kingdom D Inglot
6 6 5 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
Netherlands J-J Rojer
77 6
Spain N Almagro
Austria O Marach
6 6 Spain N Almagro
Austria O Marach
65 4
Colombia JS Cabal
Mexico S González
3 4 Spain N Almagro
Austria O Marach
6 6
France R Gasquet
France É Roger-Vasselin
63 3 3 India M Bhupathi
Canada D Nestor
3 3
3 India M Bhupathi
Canada D Nestor
77 6 5 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
Netherlands J-J Rojer
6 6
6 Austria A Peya
Brazil B Soares
5 4 2 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
3 2
Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
7 6 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
3 6 [7]
Croatia M Čilić
Czech Republic L Dlouhý
712 6 Croatia M Čilić
Czech Republic L Dlouhý
6 3 [10]
Italy D Bracciali
Austria J Knowle
610 2 Croatia M Čilić
Czech Republic L Dlouhý
1 5
United States E Butorac
Australia P Hanley
68 4 2 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
6 7
India R Bopanna
United States R Ram
710 6 India R Bopanna
United States R Ram
4 65
France G Simon
Serbia V Troicki
3 1 2 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
6 77
2 Spain M Granollers
Spain M López
6 6

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