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2009 Copa Telmex – Doubles

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2009 Copa Telmex – Doubles

2009 Copa Telmex
Champions   Marcel Granollers
Alberto Martín
Runners-up   Nicolás Almagro
Santiago Ventura
Final score   6–3, 5–7, [10–8]
Singles   Doubles

Agustín Calleri and Luis Horna were the defending champions of the 2008 Copa Telmex men's doubles tennis tournament, but did not play together that year.

Agustín Calleri partnered with Potito Starace, but lost in the semifinals to Marcel Granollers and Alberto Martín.

Luis Horna chose not to participate that year.





First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1   F Čermák
  M Mertiňák
77 3 [5]  
    D Gimeno-Traver
  I Navarro
62 6 [10]         D Gimeno-Traver
  I Navarro
1 64    
    A Calleri
  P Starace
6 7         A Calleri
  P Starace
6 77    
    N Devilder
  D Junqueira
1 5             A Calleri
  P Starace
1 6 [5]  
4   L Arnold Ker
  J Mónaco
2 5             M Granollers
  A Martín
6 1 [10]  
WC   E Schwank
  H Zeballos
6 7       WC   E Schwank
  H Zeballos
1 1  
    D Köllerer
  N Massú
3 4         M Granollers
  A Martín
6 6    
    M Granollers
  A Martín
6 6             M Granollers
  A Martín
6 5 [10]
    N Almagro
  S Ventura
6 6             N Almagro
  S Ventura
3 7 [8]
WC   M Hood
  S Prieto
2 2           N Almagro
  S Ventura
6 6    
    Ó Hernández
6 68 [10]       Ó Hernández
1 0    
3   P Cuevas
  M González
2 710 [8]           N Almagro
  S Ventura
2 6 [14]
    P Andújar
  C Moyá
64 2             B Dabul
  S Roitman
6 3 [12]  
    J Acasuso
  M Vassallo Argüello
77 6           J Acasuso
  M Vassallo Argüello
    B Dabul
  S Roitman
7 6         B Dabul
  S Roitman
2   L Kubot
  O Marach
5 2    

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