2017 Korea Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2017 Korea Open
ChampionsNetherlands Kiki Bertens
Sweden Johanna Larsson
Runners-upThailand Luksika Kumkhum
Thailand Peangtarn Plipuech
Final score6–4, 6–1
Events
Singles Doubles
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Kirsten Flipkens and Johanna Larsson were the defending champions, but Flipkens chose not to participate this year.

Larsson played alongside Kiki Bertens and successfully defended the title, defeating Luksika Kumkhum and Peangtarn Plipuech in the final, 6–4, 6–1.

Seeds

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  1. Netherlands Kiki Bertens / Sweden Johanna Larsson (Champions)
  2. Romania Irina-Camelia Begu / Czech Republic Kristýna Plíšková (Quarterfinals)
  3. Japan Nao Hibino / Georgia (country) Oksana Kalashnikova (Semifinals)
  4. Chinese Taipei Chuang Chia-jung / Netherlands Arantxa Rus (First round)

Draw

Key

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Netherlands K Bertens
Sweden J Larsson
6 6
  Germany N Geuer
Netherlands E Wacanno
4 1 1 Netherlands K Bertens
Sweden J Larsson
6 7
  South Korea N-l Han
South Korea S-j Jang
6 6 South Korea N-l Han
South Korea S-j Jang
2 5
WC South Korea S-n Jeong
South Korea S-h Park
3 4 1 Netherlands K Bertens
Sweden J Larsson
6 6
4 Chinese Taipei C-j Chuang
Netherlands A Rus
5 60 United Kingdom K Dunne
Australia P Hon
3 0
  Romania S Cîrstea
Latvia J Ostapenko
7 77 Romania S Cîrstea
Latvia J Ostapenko
  United Kingdom K Dunne
Australia P Hon
62 6 [10] United Kingdom K Dunne
Australia P Hon
w/o
  Japan M Eguchi
Czech Republic T Martincová
77 2 [3] 1 Netherlands K Bertens
Sweden J Larsson
6 6
  Australia O Tjandramulia
Thailand V Wongteanchai
6 6 Thailand L Kumkhum
Thailand P Plipuech
4 1
  Netherlands R Hogenkamp
Czech Republic K Muchová
4 2 Australia O Tjandramulia
Thailand V Wongteanchai
4 4
  Russia A Morgina
Japan K Takahata
3 5 3 Japan N Hibino
Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
6 6
3 Japan N Hibino
Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
6 7 3 Japan N Hibino
Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
5 2
  Netherlands C Ewijk
Netherlands R van der Hoek
64 4 Thailand L Kumkhum
Thailand P Plipuech
7 6
  Thailand L Kumkhum
Thailand P Plipuech
77 6 Thailand L Kumkhum
Thailand P Plipuech
6 6
  South Korea J-h Choi
South Korea N-r Kim
4 78 [6] 2 Romania I-C Begu
Czech Republic Kr Plíšková
4 2
2 Romania I-C Begu
Czech Republic Kr Plíšková
6 66 [10]

References