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2009 French Open – Mixed Doubles

2009 French Open
Champions   Liezel Huber
Bob Bryan
Runners-up   Vania King
Marcelo Melo
Final score   5–7, 7–6(5), 10–7
Events
Singles   men   women       boys   girls
Doubles   men   women   mixed   boys   girls
Other events
Legends    -45    45+    women
WC Singles    men    women  
WC Doubles    men    women  
French Open
 < 2008 2010 > 

In the 2009 French Open – Mixed Doubles event Victoria Azarenka and Bob Bryan were the defending champions, but Azarenka chose not to participate, and only Bryan competed in the tournament.
Bryan partnered with Liezel Huber and won in the final 5–7, 7–6(5), 10–7, against Vania King and Marcelo Melo.

Seeds

  1. Liezel Huber / Bob Bryan (Champions)
  2. Cara Black / Leander Paes (Second round)
  3. Lisa Raymond / Marcin Matkowski (Second round)
  4. Nadia Petrova / Max Mirnyi (Semifinals)
  5. Ai Sugiyama / André Sá (Quarterfinals)
  6. Elena Vesnina / Daniel Nestor (Second round)
  7. Yan Zi / Nenad Zimonjić (First round)
  8. Virginia Ruano Pascual / Stephen Huss (First round)

Draw

Key

Finals

  Semifinals Final
                         
  1   Liezel Huber
  Bob Bryan
6 6    
    Anna-Lena Grönefeld
  Mark Knowles
2 2    
  1   Liezel Huber
  Bob Bryan
5 7 [10]
      Vania King
  Marcelo Melo
7 65 [7]
4   Nadia Petrova
  Max Mirnyi
2 6 [7]
      Vania King
  Marcelo Melo
6 3 [10]  

Top Half

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
1   L Huber
  B Bryan
7 6    
    B Mattek-Sands
  K Ullyett
66 3       1   L Huber
  B Bryan
6 3 [12]  
    F Pennetta
  D Vemić
7 6         F Pennetta
  D Vemić
3 6 [10]  
    K Peschke
  F Čermák
5 1         1   L Huber
  B Bryan
1 6 [12]  
WC   P Parmentier
  M Gicquel
6 6         5   A Sugiyama
  A Sá
6 4 [10]  
Alt   V Uhlířová
  L Friedl
4 3       WC   P Parmentier
  M Gicquel
2 3  
WC   A Védy
  J Ouanna
3 3     5   A Sugiyama
  A Sá
6 6    
5   A Sugiyama
  A Sá
6 6         1   L Huber
  B Bryan
6 6  
3   L Raymond
  M Matkowski
6 6             A-L Grönefeld
  M Knowles
2 2  
    R Stubbs
  R Hutchins
2 2       3   L Raymond
  M Matkowski
6 5 [6]  
    A-L Grönefeld
  M Knowles
6 6         A-L Grönefeld
  M Knowles
3 7 [10]  
    I Benešová
  L Dlouhý
3 4             A-L Grönefeld
  M Knowles
4 6 [10]
Alt   A Rodionova
  R de Voest
6 3 [11]           A Kleybanova
  B Soares
6 3 [7]  
    Y Shvedova
  J Kerr
1 6 [9]     Alt   A Rodionova
  R de Voest
4 2  
    A Kleybanova
  B Soares
7 4 [12]       A Kleybanova
  B Soares
6 6    
7   Z Yan
  N Zimonjić
5 6 [10]  

Bottom Half

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
6   E Vesnina
  D Nestor
6 6    
WC   S Cohen-Aloro
  T Ascione
2 1       6   E Vesnina
  D Nestor
4 6 [7]  
    S Mirza
  M Bhupathi
1 5         N Dechy
  A Ram
6 4 [10]  
    N Dechy
  A Ram
6 7             N Dechy
  A Ram
3 1  
    C-j Chuang
  C Kas
4 6 [10]       4   N Petrova
  M Mirnyi
6 6  
    S-w Hsieh
  A Fisher
6 3 [12]         S-w Hsieh
  A Fisher
3 3  
    R Kops-Jones
  E Butorac
1 4     4   N Petrova
  M Mirnyi
6 6    
4   N Petrova
  M Mirnyi
6 6         4   N Petrova
  M Mirnyi
2 6 [7]
8   V Ruano Pascual
  S Huss
4 3             V King
  M Melo
6 3 [10]
    V King
  M Melo
6 6           V King
  M Melo
6 6    
WC   S Brémond Beltrame
  R Lindstedt
6 6     WC   S Brémond Beltrame
  R Lindstedt
2 3    
WC   J Coin
  N Mahut
3 3             V King
  M Melo
6 7  
    D Cibulková
  F Polášek
62 6 [7]           S Bammer
  Ł Kubot
3 5    
    S Bammer
  Ł Kubot
7 2 [10]         S Bammer
  Ł Kubot
6 1 [10]
    V Razzano
  J Coetzee
3 3     2   C Black
  L Paes
0 6 [6]  
2   C Black
  L Paes
6 6    

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