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2009 St. Petersburg Open – Doubles

2009 St. Petersburg Open
Champions Colin Fleming
Ken Skupski
Runners-up Jérémy Chardy
Richard Gasquet
Final score 2–6, 7–5, [10–4]

Travis Parrott and Filip Polášek were the defending champions, but they chose to participate with different partners.

Parrott partnered up with Rohan Bopanna, but they lost in the first round against Colin Fleming and Ken Skupski, who eventually went on to beat Jérémy Chardy and Richard Gasquet in the final.




First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Finals
1   F Čermák
  M Mertiňák
3 67    
    J Erlich
  A Ram
6 79           J Erlich
  A Ram
    I Andreev
  M Youzhny
64 6 [10]         I Andreev
  M Youzhny
WC   P Chekhov
  V Rudnev
77 4 [5]           J Erlich
  A Ram
4 6 [6]  
3   R Bopanna
  T Parrott
65 6 [7]           C Fleming
  K Skupski
6 3 [10]  
    C Fleming
  K Skupski
77 3 [10]         C Fleming
  K Skupski
77 6  
    I Kunitsyn
  M Safin
66 6 [8]         P Cuevas
  H Zeballos
64 4    
    P Cuevas
  H Zeballos
78 2 [10]           C Fleming
  K Skupski
2 7 [10]
    E Korolev
  F Moser
65 3             J Chardy
  R Gasquet
6 5 4
    J Cerretani
  D Škoch
77 6           J Cerretani
  D Škoch
3 2    
WC   M Elgin
  T Gabashvili
6 6       WC   M Elgin
  T Gabashvili
6 6    
4   S Lipsky
  R Wassen
3 4         WC   M Elgin
  T Gabashvili
63 1  
    K Beck
  F Polášek
2 64             J Chardy
  R Gasquet
77 6    
    J Chardy
  R Gasquet
6 77           J Chardy
  R Gasquet
7 6  
    L Friedl
  J Levinský
79 67 [11]         L Friedl
  J Levinský
5 2    
2   J Brunström
  J-J Rojer
67 79 [9]  

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