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2013 Dunlop World Challenge – Men's Doubles

Men's Doubles
2013 Dunlop World Challenge
2012 champions Philipp Oswald
Mate Pavić

Philipp Oswald and Mate Pavić were the defending champions, but Oswald chose not to compete.
Mate Pavić partnered with Marin Draganja.

Contents

  • Seeds 1
  • Draw 2
    • Key 2.1
    • Draw 2.2
  • References 3

Seeds

Draw

Key

Draw

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1   M Draganja
  M Pavić
77 6  
  Yusuke Takahashi
  Jumpei Yamasaki
64 2     1   M Draganja
  M Pavić
6 6  
    B Klein
  T-h Yang
4 710 [12]       B Klein
  T-h Yang
4 2  
  S Groth
  B Mitchell
6 68 [10]       1   M Draganja
  M Pavić
61 4  
Alt   Shuichi Sekiguchi
  A Ward
5 3         C Buchanan
  B Rola
77 6  
WC   Sho Katayama
  Bumpei Sato
7 6     WC   S Katayama
  B Sato
5 2
    T Matsui
  D Udomchoke
4 78 [8]       C Buchanan
  B Rola
7 6  
  C Buchanan
  B Rola
6 66 [10]         C Buchanan
  B Rola
4 6 [10]
    Y Ito
  G Soeda
4 66         M Daniell
  A Sitak
6 3 [4]
  Richard Gabb
  H Kondo
6 78         R Gabb
  H Kondo
4 6 [10]  
  H Moriya
  Y Uchiyama
6 4 [5]     3   J Cerretani
  A Shamasdin
6 3 [4]  
3   J Cerretani
  A Shamasdin
3 6 [10]           R Gabb
  H Kondo
1 4
  T Chen
  Enrique López-Pérez
4 2         M Daniell
  A Sitak
6 6  
WC   T Ito
  T Suzuki
6 6     WC   T Ito
  T Suzuki
65 1
  M Daniell
  A Sitak
7 6       M Daniell
  A Sitak
77 6  
2   Sa Ratiwatana
  So Ratiwatana
5 3  

References

  • Main Draw
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