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2011 Internationaux Féminins de la Vienne – Doubles

Doubles
2011 Internationaux Féminins de la Vienne
Champions Alizé Cornet
Virginie Razzano
Runners-up Maria Kondratieva
Sophie Lefèvre
Final score 6–3, 6–2

Lucie Hradecká and Renata Voráčová were the defending champions, but both players chose not to participate.

Alizé Cornet and Virginie Razzano won the title defeating Maria Kondratieva and Sophie Lefèvre in the final 6–3, 6–2.

Seeds

  1. Akgul Amanmuradova / Kristina Barrois (Semifinals, withdrew)
  2. Anna Tatishvili (Quarterfinals)
  3. Darija Jurak / Valeria Savinykh (First Round)
  4. Maria Kondratieva / Sophie Lefèvre (Final)

Draw

Key

Draw

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1   A Amanmuradova
  K Barrois
6 6    
    N Gorbachkova
  A Treskunova
1 0       1   A Amanmuradova
  K Barrois
6 6    
    S Arvidsson
  I Pavlovic
6 7           S Arvidsson
  I Pavlovic
4 1    
    M Gojnea
  A Kremer
2 5         1   A Amanmuradova
  K Barrois
       
4   M Kondratieva
  S Lefèvre
6 6         4   M Kondratieva
  S Lefèvre
w/o      
WC   M Partaud
  L Tanfin
3 1       4   M Kondratieva
  S Lefèvre
78 6  
    M Melnikova
  S Shapatava
2 4           S Foretz Gacon
  J Husárová
66 3    
    S Foretz Gacon
  J Husárová
6 6         4   M Kondratieva
  S Lefèvre
3 2  
Alt   D Marcinkēviča
  S Záhlavová
5 4             A Cornet
  V Razzano
6 6  
    M Linette
  P Pekhova
7 6           M Linette
  P Pekhova
1 4    
    A Cornet
  V Razzano
6 6           A Cornet
  V Razzano
6 6    
3   D Jurak
  V Savinykh
3 2             A Cornet
  V Razzano
6 6  
    U Radwańska
  E Rodina
3 2             J Coin
  P Parmentier
3 3    
    J Coin
  P Parmentier
6 6           J Coin
  P Parmentier
4 77 [10]
    V Ivakhnenko
  K Kozlova
2 3       2   A Panova
  A Tatishvili
6 64 [5]  
2   A Panova
  A Tatishvili
6 6    

References

  • Main Draw
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