2015 Aircel Chennai Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2015 Aircel Chennai Open
ChampionChinese Taipei Lu Yen-hsun
United Kingdom Jonathan Marray
Runner-upSouth Africa Raven Klaasen
India Leander Paes
Final score6–3, 7-6(7–4)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Johan Brunström and Frederik Nielsen were the defending champions, but Nielsen chose not to participate. Brunström played alongside Nicholas Monroe, but lost in the first round to Roberto Bautista Agut and Stan Wawrinka.
Lu Yen-hsun and Jonathan Marray won the title, defeating Raven Klaasen and Leander Paes in the final, 6–3, 7-6(7–4).

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 South Africa R Klaasen
India L Paes
6 6
Austria A Haider-Maurer
Slovakia L Lacko
4 4 1 South Africa R Klaasen
India L Paes
1 6 [10]
WC India M Bhupathi
India S Myneni
64 6 [10] WC India M Bhupathi
India S Myneni
6 1 [7]
Alt India C Sood
India L Sood
77 4 [6] 1 South Africa R Klaasen
India L Paes
6 6
4 Austria O Marach
New Zealand M Venus
6 5 [10] Spain P Carreño Busta
Spain G García-López
3 3
Spain P Carreño Busta
Spain G García-López
2 7 [12] Spain P Carreño Busta
Spain G García-López
6 0 [10]
Lithuania R Berankis
Croatia M Pavić
79 3 [10] Lithuania R Berankis
Croatia M Pavić
4 6 [4]
Luxembourg G Müller
Netherlands I Sijsling
67 6 [8] 1 South Africa R Klaasen
India L Paes
3 64
India P Raja
Canada A Shamasdin
6 6 Chinese Taipei Y-h Lu
United Kingdom J Marray
6 77
Slovenia A Bedene
Bosnia and Herzegovina D Džumhur
1 2 India P Raja
Canada A Shamasdin
77 4 [10]
Spain R Bautista Agut
Switzerland S Wawrinka
5 6 [10] Spain R Bautista Agut
Switzerland S Wawrinka
65 6 [4]
3 Sweden J Brunström
United States N Monroe
7 3 [8] India P Raja
Canada A Shamasdin
7 3 [8]
Chinese Taipei Y-h Lu
United Kingdom J Marray
6 4 [10] Chinese Taipei Y-h Lu
United Kingdom J Marray
5 6 [10]
WC India S Balaji
India J Nedunchezhiyan
3 6 [6] Chinese Taipei Y-h Lu
United Kingdom J Marray
3 77 [10]
Czech Republic F Čermák
Czech Republic J Veselý
62 4 2 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
6 62 [6]
2 Germany A Begemann
Netherlands R Haase
77 6

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