2015 Open Sud de France – Doubles

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Doubles
2015 Open Sud de France
ChampionsNew Zealand Marcus Daniell
New Zealand Artem Sitak
Runners-upUnited Kingdom Dominic Inglot
Romania Florin Mergea
Final score3–6, 6–4, [16–14]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Nikolay Davydenko and Denis Istomin were the defending champions, but Davydenko retired from professional tennis in October 2014. Istomin played alongside Alexander Kudryavtsev, but they lost in the first round to Dominic Inglot and Florin Mergea.
Marcus Daniell and Artem Sitak won the title, defeating Inglot and Mergea in the final, 3–6, 6–4, [16–14].

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United Kingdom D Inglot
Romania F Mergea
6 7
Uzbekistan D Istomin
Russia A Kudryavtsev
3 5 1 United Kingdom D Inglot
Romania F Mergea
68 7 [14]
United Kingdom K Skupski
United Kingdom N Skupski
6 3 [8] Germany D Brown
Germany J-L Struff
710 5 [12]
Germany D Brown
Germany J-L Struff
3 6 [10] 1 United Kingdom D Inglot
Romania F Mergea
6 7
3 Croatia M Pavić
Brazil A Sá
77 3 [4] Australia R Junaid
Canada A Shamasdin
4 5
Australia R Junaid
Canada A Shamasdin
63 6 [10] Australia R Junaid
Canada A Shamasdin
6 6
China M Gong
Chinese Taipei H-y Peng
6 77 China M Gong
Chinese Taipei H-y Peng
1 1
WC France L Lokoli
Germany A Zverev
4 64 1 United Kingdom D Inglot
Romania F Mergea
6 4 [14]
New Zealand M Daniell
New Zealand A Sitak
6 79 New Zealand M Daniell
New Zealand A Sitak
3 6 [16]
WC France D Descloix
France G Monfils
2 67 New Zealand M Daniell
New Zealand A Sitak
78 65 [11]
Germany F Moser
India D Sharan
1 3 4 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom J Marray
66 77 [9]
4 United Kingdom C Fleming
United Kingdom J Marray
6 6 New Zealand M Daniell
New Zealand A Sitak
77 6
France L Pouille
France G Simon
3 4 Czech Republic F Čermák
Israel J Erlich
63 3
Tunisia M Jaziri
Spain M López
6 6 Tunisia M Jaziri
Spain M López
Czech Republic F Čermák
Israel J Erlich
77 6 Czech Republic F Čermák
Israel J Erlich
w/o
2 Austria P Oswald
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
61 4

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