2014 Charles Sturt Adelaide International – Doubles

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Doubles
2014 Charles Sturt Adelaide International
Champions New Zealand Marcus Daniell
United States Jarmere Jenkins
Runners-up Australia Dane Propoggia
New Zealand Jose Rubin Statham
Final score 6–4, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2013 · Charles Sturt Adelaide International

Samuel Groth and Matt Reid were the defending champions, but Groth chose not to compete.
Reid partnered with John-Patrick Smith.

Daniell and Jenkins won the title, defeating Dane Propoggia and Jose Rubin Statham in the final, 6–4, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Australia M Reid
Australia J-P Smith
4 7 [10]
Japan Y Ito
Japan Shuichi Sekiguchi
6 5 [6] 1 Australia M Reid
Australia J-P Smith
6 6
  Australia B Mousley
United Kingdom C Norrie
6 6 Australia B Mousley
United Kingdom C Norrie
1 2
Japan T Matsui
Thailand D Udomchoke
3 4 1 Australia M Reid
Australia J-P Smith
67 7 [8]
3 Australia D Propoggia
New Zealand J Statham
64 6 [10] 3 Australia D Propoggia
New Zealand J Statham
79 5 [10]
United States B Klahn
United States M Krueger
77 3 [8] 3 Australia D Propoggia
New Zealand J Statham
6 3 [10]
  Australia R Agar
Austria S Bader
4 4 Japan T Ito
Japan H Moriya
3 6 [6]
Japan T Ito
Japan H Moriya
6 6 3 Australia D Propoggia
New Zealand J Statham
4 4
WC Australia Simon Ede
Australia C O'Connell
4 4 New Zealand M Daniell
United States J Jenkins
6 6
New Zealand M Daniell
United States J Jenkins
6 6   New Zealand M Daniell
United States J Jenkins
6 6
Australia Maverick Banes
Australia Gavin van Peperzeel
5 6 [10] Australia Maverick Banes
Australia Gavin van Peperzeel
1 1
4 United Kingdom B Klein
Netherlands B Westerhof
7 4 [5]   New Zealand M Daniell
United States J Jenkins
6 6
WC Australia Darren K. Polkinghorne
Australia Calum Puttergill
6 1 [10] 2 Australia A Bolt
Australia A Whittington
2 4
WC Australia Daniel Ferreti
Australia Aaron Leeder-Chard
4 6 [8] WC Australia Darren K. Polkinghorne
Australia Calum Puttergill
Australia M Barton
Australia L Saville
2 3 2 Australia A Bolt
Australia A Whittington
w/o
2 Australia A Bolt
Australia A Whittington
6 6

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