2016 Ladies Championship Gstaad – Doubles

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Doubles
2016 Ladies Championship Gstaad
ChampionsSpain Lara Arruabarrena
Switzerland Xenia Knoll
Runners-upGermany Annika Beck
Russia Evgeniya Rodina
Final score6–1, 3–6, [10–8]
Events
Singles Doubles
Ladies Championship Gstaad · 2017 →

This was the first edition of the tournament since 1994. Lara Arruabarrena and Xenia Knoll won the title, defeating Annika Beck and Evgeniya Rodina in the final, 6–1, 3–6, [10–8].

Seeds[edit]

The top seed received a bye into the quarterfinals.

  1. Germany Julia Görges / United States Bethanie Mattek-Sands (Quarterfinals)
  2. Netherlands Kiki Bertens / Sweden Johanna Larsson (Semifinals, withdrew)
  3. Spain Lara Arruabarrena / Switzerland Xenia Knoll (Champions)
  4. Ukraine Lyudmyla Kichenok / Ukraine Nadiia Kichenok (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Germany J Görges
United States B Mattek-Sands
63 1
  United Kingdom J Rae
United Kingdom A Smith
3 6 [11]   United Kingdom J Rae
United Kingdom A Smith
77 6
  Spain S Soler Espinosa
Liechtenstein S Vogt
6 4 [9]   United Kingdom J Rae
United Kingdom A Smith
3 6 [7]
3 Spain L Arruabarrena
Switzerland X Knoll
6 77 3 Spain L Arruabarrena
Switzerland X Knoll
6 3 [10]
  Japan K Hisami
Japan K Takahata
0 61 3 Spain L Arruabarrena
Switzerland X Knoll
3 6 [11]
  Belgium E Mertens
Bulgaria A Naydenova
6 6   Belgium E Mertens
Bulgaria A Naydenova
6 1 [9]
  Venezuela A Gámiz
Switzerland J Teichmann
4 3 3 Spain L Arruabarrena
Switzerland X Knoll
6 3 [10]
  Russia I Khromacheva
Netherlands D Schuurs
1 4   Germany A Beck
Russia E Rodina
1 6 [8]
  Germany A Beck
Russia E Rodina
6 6   Germany A Beck
Russia E Rodina
4 6 [10]
  Switzerland T Bacsinszky
Switzerland V Golubic
3 4 4 Ukraine L Kichenok
Ukraine N Kichenok
6 3 [7]
4 Ukraine L Kichenok
Ukraine N Kichenok
6 6   Germany A Beck
Russia E Rodina
w/o
  France S Foretz
France A Hesse
6 6 2 Netherlands K Bertens
Sweden J Larsson
  Germany T Korpatsch
Russia E Yashina
4 2   France S Foretz
France A Hesse
3 2
  Luxembourg M Minella
Switzerland A Sadiković
4 5 2 Netherlands K Bertens
Sweden J Larsson
6 6
2 Netherlands K Bertens
Sweden J Larsson
6 7

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