2015 Kremlin Cup – Men's Doubles

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Men's Doubles
2015 Kremlin Cup
ChampionsRussia Andrey Rublev
Russia Dmitry Tursunov
Runners-upMoldova Radu Albot
Czech Republic František Čermák
Final score2–6, 6–1, [10–6]
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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František Čermák and Jiří Veselý were the defending champions, but Veselý chose not to participate. Čermák played alongside Radu Albot, but lost in the final to Andrey Rublev and Dmitry Tursunov, 6–2, 1–6, [6–10].

Seeds[edit]

  1. Austria Philipp Oswald / Canada Adil Shamasdin (First round)
  2. Belarus Sergey Betov / Russia Mikhail Elgin (Quarterfinals)
  3. Belarus Aliaksandr Bury / Uzbekistan Denis Istomin (First round)
  4. Australia Rameez Junaid / Slovakia Igor Zelenay (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Austria P Oswald
Canada A Shamasdin
64 78 [8]
Lithuania R Berankis
Russia T Gabashvili
77 66 [10] Lithuania R Berankis
Russia T Gabashvili
6 1 [10]
Germany G Kretschmer
Germany A Satschko
w/o Germany G Kretschmer
Germany A Satschko
2 6 [5]
Spain P Riba
Portugal J Sousa
Lithuania R Berankis
Russia T Gabashvili
64 3
3 Belarus A Bury
Uzbekistan D Istomin
6 62 [1] Moldova R Albot
Czech Republic F Čermák
77 6
Russia A Karatsev
Russia D Medvedev
3 77 [10] Russia A Karatsev
Russia D Medvedev
2 3
Moldova R Albot
Czech Republic F Čermák
7 3 [10] Moldova R Albot
Czech Republic F Čermák
6 6
United Kingdom A Bedene
Spain D Gimeno-Traver
5 6 [3] Moldova R Albot
Czech Republic F Čermák
6 1 [6]
PR Poland T Bednarek
France F Martin
6 6 WC Russia A Rublev
Russia D Tursunov
2 6 [10]
WC Russia R Muzaev
Russia A Zaitcev
3 3 PR Poland T Bednarek
France F Martin
66 3
Russia E Donskoy
Russia K Kravchuk
4 2 4 Australia R Junaid
Slovakia I Zelenay
78 6
4 Australia R Junaid
Slovakia I Zelenay
6 6 4 Australia R Junaid
Slovakia I Zelenay
5 6 [7]
WC Russia A Rublev
Russia D Tursunov
w/o WC Russia A Rublev
Russia D Tursunov
7 1 [10]
Kazakhstan M Kukushkin
Russia A Kuznetsov
WC Russia A Rublev
Russia D Tursunov
2 6 [10]
Russia P Davydenko
Russia A Vatutin
2 3 2 Belarus S Betov
Russia M Elgin
6 3 [3]
2 Belarus S Betov
Russia M Elgin
6 6

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