2013 Swedish Open – Men's Doubles

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Men's Doubles
2013 Swedish Open
Champions United States Nicholas Monroe
Germany Simon Stadler
Runners-up Argentina Carlos Berlocq
Spain Albert Ramos
Final score 6–2, 3–6, [10–3]
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecău were the three-time defending champions, but chose not to compete together. Tecău teamed up with Marius Copil, but they lost in the first round to Jan Hájek and Filip Polášek. Lindstedt played alongside Daniel Nestor, but they lost in the second round to Nicholas Monroe and Simon Stadler.
Monroe and Stadler went on to win the title, defeating Carlos Berlocq and Albert Ramos in the final, 6–2, 3–6, [10–3]

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Sweden R Lindstedt
Canada D Nestor
6 7
Ukraine S Stakhovsky
Serbia V Troicki
4 5 1 Sweden R Lindstedt
Canada D Nestor
4 3
Alt Netherlands T de Bakker
Australia R Junaid
2 2 United States N Monroe
Germany S Stadler
6 6
United States N Monroe
Germany S Stadler
6 6 United States N Monroe
Germany S Stadler
6 77
3 Italy D Bracciali
Czech Republic F Čermák
2 6 [6] PR Argentina L Arnold Ker
Argentina J Mónaco
2 63
PR Argentina L Arnold Ker
Argentina J Mónaco
6 3 [10] PR Argentina L Arnold Ker
Argentina J Mónaco
6 6
Argentina M Alund
Brazil J Souza
6 77 Argentina M Alund
Brazil J Souza
3 2
WC Sweden I Arvidsson
Finland M Kontinen
4 65 United States N Monroe
Germany S Stadler
6 3 [10]
Romania M Copil
Romania H Tecău
5 3 Argentina C Berlocq
Spain A Ramos
2 6 [3]
Czech Republic J Hájek
Slovakia F Polášek
7 6 Czech Republic J Hájek
Slovakia F Polášek
4 3
WC Bulgaria G Dimitrov
Sweden M Tillström
6 3 [4] 4 Sweden J Brunström
South Africa R Klaasen
6 6
4 Sweden J Brunström
South Africa R Klaasen
1 6 [10] 4 Sweden J Brunström
South Africa R Klaasen
4 3
Russia M Elgin
Germany P Marx
4 6 [7] Argentina C Berlocq
Spain A Ramos
6 6
Argentina C Berlocq
Spain A Ramos
6 1 [10] Argentina C Berlocq
Spain A Ramos
3 77 [10]
Spain G García-López
Argentina H Zeballos
64 3 2 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
6 63 [4]
2 Spain D Marrero
Spain F Verdasco
77 6

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