2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters – Doubles

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Doubles
2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters
Champions United States Bob Bryan
United States Mike Bryan
Runners-up Croatia Ivan Dodig
Brazil Marcelo Melo
Final score 6–3, 3–6, [10–8]
Events
Singles Doubles

Julien Benneteau and Nenad Zimonjić were the defending champions, but decided not to participate together. Benneteau played alongside Édouard Roger-Vasselin, but lost to Bob and Mike Bryan in the quarterfinals. Zimonjić teamed up with Daniel Nestor, but lost to the Bryan brothers in the semifinals. The Bryans became the new champions, defeating Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo 6–3, 3–6, [10–8] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  1  United States Bob Bryan
 United States Mike Bryan
77 6  
5  Canada Daniel Nestor
 Serbia Nenad Zimonjić
65 3  
  1  United States Bob Bryan
 United States Mike Bryan
6 3 [10]
  3  Croatia Ivan Dodig
 Brazil Marcelo Melo
3 6 [8]
3  Croatia Ivan Dodig
 Brazil Marcelo Melo
6 1 [10]
   Belarus Max Mirnyi
 Russia Mikhail Youzhny
3 6 [6]  

Top half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
 
    1  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
6 77  
 Czech Republic L Rosol
 Czech Republic R Štepánek
6 77      Czech Republic L Rosol
 Czech Republic R Štepánek
4 64  
 Croatia M Čilić
 Austria O Marach
2 65       1  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
6 6  
 Latvia E Gulbis
 Canada M Raonic
4 4       8  France J Benneteau
 France É Roger-Vasselin
1 2  
 Colombia JS Cabal
 Colombia R Farah
6 6      Colombia JS Cabal
 Colombia R Farah
4 7 [4]
    8  France J Benneteau
 France É Roger-Vasselin
6 5 [10]  
      1  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
77 6
      5  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
65 3
    Alt  Spain R Bautista-Agut
 Italy A Seppi
4 6 [9]  
 Netherlands J-J Rojer
 Romania H Tecău
6 3 [8]     WC  Monaco R Arneodo
 Monaco B Balleret
6 3 [11]  
WC  Monaco R Arneodo
 Monaco B Balleret
2 6 [10]       WC  Monaco R Arneodo
 Monaco B Balleret
4 3
 Spain M Granollers
 Spain M López
3 4       5  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
6 6  
 Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
6 6      Poland M Fyrstenberg
 Poland M Matkowski
78 63 [7]
    5  Canada D Nestor
 Serbia N Zimonjić
66 77 [10]  
 

Bottom half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
 
    7  Poland Ł Kubot
 Sweden R Lindstedt
3 0  
 India R Bopanna
 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
77 6      India R Bopanna
 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
6 6  
 Austria J Knowle
 Canada V Pospisil
62 4        India R Bopanna
 Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
64 5  
WC  France J Chardy
 France G Simon
6 2 [10]       3  Croatia I Dodig
 Brazil M Melo
77 7  
PR  South Africa K Anderson
 Austria J Melzer
4 6 [4]     WC  France J Chardy
 France G Simon
2 77 [11]
    3  Croatia I Dodig
 Brazil M Melo
6 63 [13]  
      3  Croatia I Dodig
 Brazil M Melo
6 1 [10]
       Belarus M Mirnyi
 Russia M Youzhny
3 6 [6]
    6  France M Llodra
 France N Mahut
64 4  
 United States E Butorac
 South Africa R Klaasen
5 1      Belarus M Mirnyi
 Russia M Youzhny
77 6  
 Belarus M Mirnyi
 Russia M Youzhny
7 6        Belarus M Mirnyi
 Russia M Youzhny
77 3 [11]
PR  Italy S Bolelli
 Italy F Fognini
6 3 [10]       2  Austria A Peya
 Brazil B Soares
65 6 [9]  
 Philippines T Huey
 United Kingdom D Inglot
2 6 [7]     PR  Italy S Bolelli
 Italy F Fognini
2 3
    2  Austria A Peya
 Brazil B Soares
6 6  
 

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