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2008 Ordina Open – Women's Doubles

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2008 Ordina Open – Women's Doubles

Women's Doubles
2008 Ordina Open
Champions Marina Erakovic
Michaëlla Krajicek
Runners-up Liga Dekmeijere
Angelique Kerber
Final score 6–3, 6–2

Yung-jan Chan and Chia-jung Chuang were the defending champions, but lost in the quarterfinals to Andreea Ehritt-Vanc and Tamarine Tanasugarn.

Marina Erakovic and Michaëlla Krajicek won in the final 6–3, 6–2, against Liga Dekmeijere and Angelique Kerber.


  • Seeds 1
  • Draw 2
    • Key 2.1
    • Draw 2.2
  • External links 3


The top seeds receive a bye into the second round.




First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
    1   Y-j Chan
  C-j Chuang
6 4 [7]  
    A Ehritt-Vanc
  T Tanasugarn
6 6           A Ehritt-Vanc
  T Tanasugarn
3 6 [10]  
    N Hassinger
  AP Schäfer
1 3             A Ehritt-Vanc
  T Tanasugarn
4   I Benešová
  G Navrátilová
6 65 [4]           M Erakovic
  M Krajicek
    A Rus
  N Thijssen
4 7 [10]         A Rus
  N Thijssen
2 1  
    M Erakovic
  M Krajicek
6 6           M Erakovic
  M Krajicek
6 6    
    K Anderson
  R Stephenson
2 1             M Erakovic
  M Krajicek
6 6  
    L Dekmeijere
  A Kerber
6 7             L Dekmeijere
  A Kerber
3 2  
    S Lisicki
  J Wöhr
3 5           L Dekmeijere
  A Kerber
7 6    
    D Feys
  M Lučić
2 6 [10]     3   M Koryttseva
  A Rodionova
61 2    
3   M Koryttseva
  A Rodionova
6 4 [12]           L Dekmeijere
  A Kerber
6 6  
    S Arvidsson
  A Keothavong
7 6             S Lefèvre
  A Védy
4 4    
    A Parra Santonja
  C Pin
65 3           S Arvidsson
  A Keothavong
2 4  
    S Lefèvre
  A Védy
7             S Lefèvre
  A Védy
6 6    
2   M Kirilenko
  F Pennetta
5 r    

External links

  • Draw
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