2016 Geneva Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2016 Geneva Open
Champions United States Steve Johnson
United States Sam Querrey
Runners-up South Africa Raven Klaasen
United States Rajeev Ram
Final score 6–4, 6–1
Events
Singles Doubles
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Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah were the defending champions, but chose to compete in Nice instead.
Steve Johnson and Sam Querrey won the title, defeating Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram in the final, 6–4, 6–1.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 South Africa R Klaasen
United States R Ram
65 77 [10]
Russia M Elgin
Russia T Gabashvili
77 63 [5] 1 South Africa R Klaasen
United States R Ram
6 6
WC Romania V Hănescu
Switzerland C Sturdza
1 1 Lithuania R Berankis
Russia A Kuznetsov
4 2
Lithuania R Berankis
Russia A Kuznetsov
6 6 1 South Africa R Klaasen
United States R Ram
6 6
4 Israel J Erlich
United Kingdom C Fleming
3 65 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Mexico S González
3 4
PR Croatia M Draganja
United Kingdom D Inglot
6 77 PR Croatia M Draganja
United Kingdom D Inglot
4 3
New Zealand M Daniell
New Zealand A Sitak
4 2 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Mexico S González
6 6
Poland M Fyrstenberg
Mexico S González
6 6 1 South Africa R Klaasen
United States R Ram
4 1
Poland M Kowalczyk
Croatia A Šančić
6 5 [4] 3 United States S Johnson
United States S Querrey
6 6
WC Argentina M Peña López
Serbia J Tipsarević
4 7 [10] WC Argentina M Peña López
Serbia J Tipsarević
63 1
United Kingdom K Skupski
United Kingdom N Skupski
61 3 3 United States S Johnson
United States S Querrey
77 6
3 United States S Johnson
United States S Querrey
77 6 3 United States S Johnson
United States S Querrey
6 3 [10]
Belarus A Bury
Slovakia I Zelenay
62 2 Austria J Knowle
Czech Republic L Rosol
3 6 [8]
Austria J Knowle
Czech Republic L Rosol
77 6 Austria J Knowle
Czech Republic L Rosol
66 7 [10]
Netherlands W Koolhof
Netherlands M Middelkoop
6 2 [10] Netherlands W Koolhof
Netherlands M Middelkoop
78 5 [7]
2 Austria O Marach
France F Martin
4 6 [8]

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