2014 PTT Pattaya Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2014 PTT Pattaya Open
Champions China Peng Shuai
China Zhang Shuai
Runners-up Russia Alla Kudryavtseva
Australia Anastasia Rodionova
Final score 3–6, 7–6(7–5), [10–6]
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2013 · PTT Pattaya Open · 2015 →

Kimiko Date-Krumm and Casey Dellacqua were the defending champions, but Dellacqua decided not to participate. Date-Krumm played alongside Ajla Tomljanović, but lost to Alla Kudryavtseva and Anastasia Rodionova in the quarterfinals.

Peng Shuai and Zhang Shuai won the title, defeating Kudryavtseva and Rodionova in the final, 3–6, 7–6(7–5), [10–6].

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Russia E Makarova
Russia E Vesnina
0 4
WC Thailand N Lertcheewakarn
Russia V Zvonareva
6 6 WC Thailand N Lertcheewakarn
Russia V Zvonareva
6 2 [10]
Thailand N Lertpitaksinchai
Thailand P Plipuech
6 2 [9] Greece E Daniilidou
Serbia A Krunić
1 6 [6]
Greece E Daniilidou
Serbia A Krunić
4 6 [11] WC Thailand N Lertcheewakarn
Russia V Zvonareva
2 3
4 China S Peng
China S Zhang
6 6 4 China S Peng
China S Zhang
6 6
Japan S Aoyama
Romania A Dulgheru
3 3 4 China S Peng
China S Zhang
6 6
Chinese Taipei C-w Chan
China Y Xu
65 5 Ukraine O Savchuk
Thailand T Tanasugarn
4 1
Ukraine O Savchuk
Thailand T Tanasugarn
77 7 4 China S Peng
China S Zhang
3 77 [10]
Japan K Date-Krumm
Croatia A Tomljanović
2 6 [10] 3 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
6 65 [6]
Chinese Taipei S-y Hsieh
Chinese Taipei S-w Hsieh
6 4 [8] Japan K Date-Krumm
Croatia A Tomljanović
5 1
Poland P Kania
Russia V Solovyeva
5 4 3 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
7 6
3 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
7 6 3 Russia A Kudryavtseva
Australia A Rodionova
6 7
Chinese Taipei C-j Chuang
Thailand L Kumkhum
6 6 2 Czech Republic A Hlaváčková
Spain A Medina Garrigues
3 5
WC Thailand Vara Wongteanchai
Thailand Varu Wongteanchai
1 3 Chinese Taipei C-j Chuang
Thailand L Kumkhum
4 5
Croatia D Jurak
Slovenia A Klepač
1 3 2 Czech Republic A Hlaváčková
Spain A Medina Garrigues
6 7
2 Czech Republic A Hlaváčková
Spain A Medina Garrigues
6 6

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