2016 German Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2016 German Open
Champions Finland Henri Kontinen
Australia John Peers
Runners-up Canada Daniel Nestor
Pakistan Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi
Final score 7–5, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Jamie Murray and John Peers were the defending champions, but Murray chose to participate in the Davis Cup quarterfinals instead. Peers played alongside Henri Kontinen and successfully defended the title, defeating Daniel Nestor and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi in the final, 7–5, 6–3.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Poland Ł Kubot
Austria A Peya
6 6
WC Germany A Zverev
Germany M Zverev
0 2 1 Poland Ł Kubot
Austria A Peya
2 62
France P-H Mathieu
France B Paire
77 0 [5] Argentina G Durán
Israel J Erlich
6 77
Argentina G Durán
Israel J Erlich
64 6 [10] Argentina G Durán
Israel J Erlich
4 1
3 Canada D Nestor
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
6 6 3 Canada D Nestor
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
6 6
LL Germany D Masur
Germany C-M Stebe
2 1 3 Canada D Nestor
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
6 4 [10]
United Kingdom C Fleming
Poland M Fyrstenberg
65 6 [10] United Kingdom C Fleming
Poland M Fyrstenberg
3 6 [2]
Spain N Almagro
Argentina M González
77 3 [8] 3 Canada D Nestor
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
5 3
WC Germany A Begemann
Germany J-L Struff
7 5 [7] 2 Finland H Kontinen
Australia J Peers
7 6
Austria O Marach
France F Martin
5 7 [10] Austria O Marach
France F Martin
6 3 [10]
France J Chardy
France S Robert
6 6 France J Chardy
France S Robert
3 6 [3]
4 Croatia M Pavić
New Zealand M Venus
4 3 Austria O Marach
France F Martin
3 4
Q France K de Schepper
France A Michon
64 65 2 Finland H Kontinen
Australia J Peers
6 6
Spain Í Cervantes
Argentina L Mayer
77 77 Spain Í Cervantes
Argentina L Mayer
3 2
Argentina C Berlocq
Uruguay P Cuevas
62 4 2 Finland H Kontinen
Australia J Peers
6 6
2 Finland H Kontinen
Australia J Peers
77 6

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Argentina Guido Andreozzi / Argentina Nicolás Kicker (First round)
  2. Czech Republic Jan Mertl / Czech Republic Jan Šátral (First round)

Qualifiers[edit]

  1. France Kenny de Schepper / France Axel Michon

Lucky Losers[edit]

  1. Germany Daniel Masur / Germany Cedrik-Marcel Stebe

Qualifying Draw[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
1 Argentina Guido Andreozzi
Argentina Nicolás Kicker
4 6 [7]
WC Germany Daniel Masur
Germany Cedrik-Marcel Stebe
6 4 [10]
WC Germany Daniel Masur
Germany Cedrik-Marcel Stebe
4 1
France Kenny de Schepper
France Axel Michon
6 6
France Kenny de Schepper
France Axel Michon
77 61 [10]
2 Czech Republic Jan Mertl
Czech Republic Jan Šátral
65 77 [8]

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