2014 Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad – Doubles

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Doubles
2014 Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad
Champions Germany Andre Begemann
Netherlands Robin Haase
Runners-up Australia Rameez Junaid
Slovakia Michal Mertiňák
Final score 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Jamie Murray and John Peers were the defending champions, but lost in the quarterfinals to Facundo Bagnis and Federico Delbonis.
Andre Begemann and Robin Haase won the title, defeating Rameez Junaid and Michal Mertiňák in the final, 6–3, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

  1. United Kingdom Jamie Murray / Australia John Peers (Quarterfinals)
  2. Croatia Marin Draganja / Romania Florin Mergea (First round)
  3. Germany Andre Begemann / Netherlands Robin Haase (Champions)
  4. Sweden Johan Brunström / United States Nicholas Monroe (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United Kingdom J Murray
Australia J Peers
6 6
Italy D Bracciali
Kazakhstan A Golubev
3 4 1 United Kingdom J Murray
Australia J Peers
7 4 [9]
WC Switzerland A Bossel
Switzerland M Lammer
2 7 [5] Argentina F Bagnis
Argentina F Delbonis
5 6 [11]
Argentina F Bagnis
Argentina F Delbonis
6 5 [10] Argentina F Bagnis
Argentina F Delbonis
3 4
3 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
6 6 3 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
6 6
WC Switzerland H Laaksonen
Switzerland Y Marti
3 2 3 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
6 6
Germany P Marx
Slovenia B Rola
6 6 Germany P Marx
Slovenia B Rola
1 4
Germany D Brown
Austria D Thiem
3 4 3 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
6 6
Australia R Junaid
Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 3 [10] Australia R Junaid
Slovakia M Mertiňák
3 4
Poland T Bednarek
Finland H Kontinen
3 6 [8] Australia R Junaid
Slovakia M Mertiňák
77 3 [14]
Spain M Granollers
Argentina E Schwank
7 3 [9] 4 Sweden J Brunström
United States N Monroe
65 6 [12]
4 Sweden J Brunström
United States N Monroe
5 6 [11] Australia R Junaid
Slovakia M Mertiňák
6 6
Germany M Emmrich
Germany C Kas
6 66 [9] Spain P Andújar
Argentina J Mónaco
3 1
Spain P Andújar
Argentina J Mónaco
2 78 [11] Spain P Andújar
Argentina J Mónaco
77 6
Germany D Meffert
Austria P Oswald
7 7 Germany D Meffert
Austria P Oswald
63 4
2 Croatia M Draganja
Romania F Mergea
5 5

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