2015 St. Petersburg Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2015 St. Petersburg Open
ChampionsPhilippines Treat Huey
Finland Henri Kontinen
Runners-upAustria Julian Knowle
Austria Alexander Peya
Final score7–5, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco won the last edition of the tournament held in 2013, but chose not to participate this year.
Treat Huey and Henri Kontinen won the title, defeating Julian Knowle and Alexander Peya in the final, 7–5, 6–3.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Philippines Treat Huey / Finland Henri Kontinen (Champions)
  2. Austria Julian Knowle / Austria Alexander Peya (Final)
  3. Poland Mariusz Fyrstenberg / Mexico Santiago González (Quarterfinals, withdrew)
  4. Austria Philipp Oswald / Canada Adil Shamasdin (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Philippines T Huey
Finland H Kontinen
77 77
Czech Republic F Čermák
Kazakhstan M Kukushkin
62 62 1 Philippines T Huey
Finland H Kontinen
4 77 [10]
Israel J Erlich
United Kingdom C Fleming
6 5 [8] Australia R Junaid
United States N Monroe
6 64 [5]
Australia R Junaid
United States N Monroe
4 7 [10] 1 Philippines T Huey
Finland H Kontinen
6 7
4 Austria P Oswald
Canada A Shamasdin
78 2 [10] Belarus A Bury
Uzbekistan D Istomin
3 5
Belarus S Betov
Russia M Elgin
66 6 [5] 4 Austria P Oswald
Canada A Shamasdin
6 3 [11]
Belarus A Bury
Uzbekistan D Istomin
4 77 [10] Belarus A Bury
Uzbekistan D Istomin
3 6 [13]
Austria A Haider-Maurer
Slovakia I Zelenay
6 62 [8] 1 Philippines T Huey
Finland H Kontinen
7 6
WC Russia E Donskoy
Russia K Kravchuk
3 6 [5] 2 Austria J Knowle
Austria A Peya
5 3
WC Russia A Rublev
Russia M Youzhny
6 2 [10] WC Russia A Rublev
Russia M Youzhny
w/o
Spain D Gimeno-Traver
Spain M Granollers
3 6 [7] 3 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Mexico S González
3 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Mexico S González
6 3 [10] WC Russia A Rublev
Russia M Youzhny
4 2
Lithuania R Berankis
Russia T Gabashvili
1 7 [10] 2 Austria J Knowle
Austria A Peya
6 6
Cyprus M Baghdatis
Australia T Kokkinakis
6 5 [4] Lithuania R Berankis
Russia T Gabashvili
61 61
Moldova R Albot
France B Paire
2 1 2 Austria J Knowle
Austria A Peya
77 77
2 Austria J Knowle
Austria A Peya
6 6

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