2018 Winnipeg National Bank Challenger – Men's Doubles

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Men's Doubles
2018 Winnipeg National Bank Challenger
ChampionsSwitzerland Marc-Andrea Hüsler
Netherlands Sem Verbeek
Runners-upSpain Gerard Granollers
Spain Marcel Granollers
Final score6–7(5–7), 6–3, [14–12]
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Luke Bambridge and David O'Hare were the defending champions but chose not to defend their title.

Marc-Andrea Hüsler and Sem Verbeek won the title after defeating Gerard and Marcel Granollers 6–7(5–7), 6–3, [14–12] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Spain G Granollers
Spain M Granollers
6 6
United Kingdom Luke Johnson
United States R Schneider
4 3 1 Spain G Granollers
Spain M Granollers
6 7
Canada F Peliwo
Canada B Schnur
6 3 [10] Canada F Peliwo
Canada B Schnur
4 5
Israel E Leshem
Japan Y Takahashi
4 6 [7] 1 Spain G Granollers
Spain M Granollers
6 77
4 Australia J Kubler
Australia B Mousley
6 6 4 Australia J Kubler
Australia B Mousley
4 62
WC Canada Pavel Krainik
Canada David Volfson
0 3 4 Australia J Kubler
Australia B Mousley
w/o
WC Canada Alexis Galarneau
Canada Benjamin Sigouin
2 3 United States M Mmoh
Canada P Polansky
United States M Mmoh
Canada P Polansky
6 6 1 Spain G Granollers
Spain M Granollers
77 3 [12]
Australia A Harris
Germany D Köpfer
65 6 [8] 3 Switzerland M-A Hüsler
Netherlands S Verbeek
65 6 [14]
Lithuania L Grigelis
Italy S Napolitano
77 0 [10] Lithuania L Grigelis
Italy S Napolitano
5 6 [7]
Italy A Bega
Japan K Uchida
1 3 3 Switzerland M-A Hüsler
Netherlands S Verbeek
7 4 [10]
3 Switzerland M-A Hüsler
Netherlands S Verbeek
6 6 3 Switzerland M-A Hüsler
Netherlands S Verbeek
614 6 [11]
WC Canada Jack Mingjie Lin
Canada Nicaise Muamba
4 6 [7] China Z Li
Japan G Soeda
716 3 [9]
China Z Li
Japan G Soeda
6 3 [10] China Z Li
Japan G Soeda
6 6
France Antoine Escoffier
Austria L Miedler
6 6 France A Escoffier
Austria L Miedler
2 3
Alt France Baptiste Crepatte
Brazil João Menezes
4 0

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