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2009 SAP Open – Doubles

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2009 SAP Open – Doubles

2009 SAP Open
Champions   Tommy Haas
Radek Štěpánek
Runners-up   Rohan Bopanna
Jarkko Nieminen
Final score   6–2, 6–3
Singles   Doubles

Scott Lipsky and David Martin are the defending champions, but lost in the First Round to Eric Butorac and Ashley Fisher.


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


  1. Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan (Quarterfinals)
  2. Travis Parrott / Filip Polášek (First Round)
  3. Paul Hanley / Jordan Kerr (First Round)
  4. Stephen Huss / Ross Hutchins (Semifinals)




First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1   B Bryan
  M Bryan
6 6    
WC   S Ratiwatana
  S Ratiwatana
0 3       1   B Bryan
  M Bryan
4 6 [5]  
    R Ram
  B Reynolds
2 4         R Bopanna
  J Nieminen
6 4 [10]  
    R Bopanna
  J Nieminen
6 6             R Bopanna
  J Nieminen
3 7 [10]  
4   S Huss
  R Hutchins
6 6         4   S Huss
  R Hutchins
6 65 [5]  
    E Gulbis
  I Kunitsyn
3 3       4   S Huss
  R Hutchins
6 7  
    F Moser
  F Serra
6 4 [5]   WC   R Ginepri
  T Rettenmaier
4 64    
WC   R Ginepri
  T Rettenmaier
2 6 [10]           R Bopanna
  J Nieminen
2 3  
    S Lipsky
  D Martin
4 5             T Haas
  R Štěpánek
6 6  
    E Butorac
  A Fisher
6 7           E Butorac
  A Fisher
6 4 [6]  
    T Haas
  R Štěpánek
7 2 [10]       T Haas
  R Štěpánek
4 6 [10]  
3   P Hanley
  J Kerr
5 6 [5]           T Haas
  R Štěpánek
    G Cañas
  JM del Potro
                J Blake
  M Fish
    J Cerretani
  S Querrey
w/o             J Cerretani
  S Querrey
1 4  
    J Blake
  M Fish
7 7         J Blake
  M Fish
6 6    
2   T Parrott
  F Polášek
5 64    
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