2014 Bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel – Doubles

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Doubles
2014 Bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel
Champions Finland Henri Kontinen
Finland Jarkko Nieminen
Runners-up Italy Daniele Bracciali
Kazakhstan Andrey Golubev
Final score 6–1, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Martin Emmrich and Christopher Kas were the defending champions, but chose not to participate together. Emmrich played alongside Lukáš Rosol, but lost to Daniele Bracciali and Andrey Golubev in the semifinals. Kas teamed up with Philipp Kohlschreiber, but lost to Henri Kontinen and Jarkko Nieminen in the quarterfinals.
Kontinen and Nieminen won the title, defeating Bracciali and Golubev in the final, 6–1, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

  1. United Kingdom Colin Fleming / United States Scott Lipsky (First round)
  2. Austria Julian Knowle / Austria Oliver Marach (First round)
  3. Germany Martin Emmrich / Czech Republic Lukáš Rosol (Semifinals)
  4. Germany Andre Begemann / Netherlands Robin Haase (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United Kingdom C Fleming
United States S Lipsky
5 2
Croatia M Pavić
Brazil A Sá
7 6 Croatia M Pavić
Brazil A Sá
3 6 [7]
Sweden J Brunström
United States N Monroe
2 4 Italy D Bracciali
Kazakhstan A Golubev
6 3 [10]
Italy D Bracciali
Kazakhstan A Golubev
6 6 Italy D Bracciali
Kazakhstan A Golubev
6 2 [10]
3 Germany M Emmrich
Czech Republic L Rosol
6 6 3 Germany M Emmrich
Czech Republic L Rosol
3 6 [4]
WC Austria T Pichl
Italy A Seppi
2 2 3 Germany M Emmrich
Czech Republic L Rosol
6 6
WC Austria G Melzer
Austria J Melzer
6 2 [10] WC Austria G Melzer
Austria J Melzer
4 3
Poland T Bednarek
Russia T Gabashvili
4 6 [4] Italy D Bracciali
Kazakhstan A Golubev
1 4
Czech Republic L Dlouhý
United Kingdom J Marray
7 2 [11] Finland H Kontinen
Finland J Nieminen
6 6
Australia R Junaid
New Zealand M Venus
5 6 [9] Czech Republic L Dlouhý
United Kingdom J Marray
6 3 [10]
Spain P Andújar
Spain P Carreño Busta
6 5 [7] 4 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
2 6 [7]
4 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
4 7 [10] Czech Republic L Dlouhý
United Kingdom J Marray
6 64 [7]
Czech Republic F Čermák
Austria P Oswald
1 4 Finland H Kontinen
Finland J Nieminen
3 77 [10]
Germany C Kas
Germany P Kohlschreiber
6 6 Germany C Kas
Germany P Kohlschreiber
5 6 [6]
Finland H Kontinen
Finland J Nieminen
6 0 [10] Finland H Kontinen
Finland J Nieminen
7 2 [10]
2 Austria J Knowle
Austria O Marach
2 6 [4]

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