2017 Estoril Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2017 Estoril Open
ChampionsUnited States Ryan Harrison
New Zealand Michael Venus
Runners-upSpain David Marrero
Spain Tommy Robredo
Final score7–5, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Eric Butorac and Scott Lipsky were the defending champions, but Butorac retired from professional tennis in September 2016 and Lipsky chose to compete in Istanbul instead.

Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus won the title, defeating David Marrero and Tommy Robredo in the final, 7–5, 6–2.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Australia Sam Groth / Sweden Robert Lindstedt (First round)
  2. Netherlands Wesley Koolhof / Netherlands Matwé Middelkoop (First round)
  3. New Zealand Marcus Daniell / Brazil Marcelo Demoliner (First round)
  4. India Leander Paes / Brazil André Sá (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Australia S Groth
Sweden R Lindstedt
3 7 4
United States R Harrison
New Zealand M Venus
6 5 [10] United States R Harrison
New Zealand M Venus
6 6
Argentina C Berlocq
Peru S Galdós
6 78 Argentina C Berlocq
Peru S Galdós
4 3
United States E Escobedo
Brazil F Neis
0 66 United States R Harrison
New Zealand M Venus
4 79 [10]
3 New Zealand M Daniell
Brazil M Demoliner
0 64 Uruguay A Behar
Belarus A Bury
6 67 [3]
India P Raja
India D Sharan
6 77 India P Raja
India D Sharan
5 3
WC Portugal G Elias
Portugal F Ferreira Silva
3 66 Uruguay A Behar
Belarus A Bury
7 6
Uruguay A Behar
Belarus A Bury
6 78 United States R Harrison
New Zealand M Venus
7 6
United Kingdom K Edmund
Portugal J Sousa
77 68 [11] PR Spain D Marrero
Spain T Robredo
5 2
Spain N Almagro
Spain G García López
61 710 [13] Spain N Almagro
Spain G García López
77 4 [10]
Argentina R Olivo
France B Paire
61 2 4 India L Paes
Brazil A Sá
62 6 [8]
4 India L Paes
Brazil A Sá
77 6 Spain N Almagro
Spain G García López
4 6 [8]
WC Portugal F Cunha e Silva
Portugal F Gil
3 3 PR Spain D Marrero
Spain T Robredo
6 4 [10]
PR Spain D Marrero
Spain T Robredo
6 6 PR Spain D Marrero
Spain T Robredo
3 6 [10]
Tunisia M Jaziri
Luxembourg G Müller
4 6 [11] Tunisia M Jaziri
Luxembourg G Müller
6 0 [8]
2 Netherlands W Koolhof
Netherlands M Middelkoop
6 3 [9]

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