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2010 Riviera di Rimini Challenger – Doubles

2010 Riviera di Rimini Challenger
Champions   Giulio di Meo
Adrian Ungur
Runners-up   Juan Pablo Brzezicki
Alexander Peya
Final score   7–6(6), 3–6, [10–7]
Events
Singles   Doubles

Matthias Bachinger and Dieter Kindlmann were the defending champions, but decided not to participate.
Giulio di Meo and Adrian Ungur won the final against Juan Pablo Brzezicki and Alexander Peya 7–6(6), 3–6, [10–7].

Seeds

Draw

Key

Draw

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1   M Slanar
  L Zovko
6 6    
WC   N Cotto
  S Napolitano
2 1       1   M Slanar
  L Zovko
4 6 [10]  
    F del Bonis
  A Ramos-Viñolas
5 6 [7]     WC   G di Meo
  A Ungur
6 2 [12]  
WC   G di Meo
  A Ungur
7 3 [10]       WC   G di Meo
  A Ungur
7 64 [10]  
3   M Emmrich
  F Moser
4 6 [10]       3   M Emmrich
  F Moser
64 7 [3]  
ALT   F Gaio
  A Giannessi
6 1 [5]     3   M Emmrich
  F Moser
6 6  
WC   E Fioravante
  W Trusendi
6 65 [2]        D Giorgini
  A Motti
3 2    
   D Giorgini
  A Motti
3 7 [10]       WC   G di Meo
  A Ungur
7 3 [10]
    P Clar-Rosselló
  V Millot
2 3         4   JP Brzezicki
  A Peya
66 6 [7]
    D Gremelmayr
  M Kližan
6 6           D Gremelmayr
  M Kližan
66 68    
    S Galvani
  D Sitak
1 r       4   JP Brzezicki
  A Peya
7 7    
4   JP Brzezicki
  A Peya
3           4   JP Brzezicki
  A Peya
6 6  
    F Cipolla
  F Ferreiro
5 4         2   B Battistone
  P Raja
0 4    
    O Charroin
  A Renard
7 6           O Charroin
  A Renard
6 2 [10]
    R Bautista-Agut
  D Lojda
3 1       2   B Battistone
  P Raja
2 6 [12]  
2   B Battistone
  P Raja
6 6    

External links

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