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2013 St. Petersburg Open – Doubles

Doubles
2013 St. Petersburg Open
Champions David Marrero
Fernando Verdasco
Runners-up Dominic Inglot
Denis Istomin
Final score 7–6(8–6), 6–3

Rajeev Ram and Nenad Zimonjić were the defending champions, but chose not to participate.
David Marrero and Fernando Verdasco won the title, defeating Dominic Inglot and Denis Istomin in the final, 7–6(8–6), 6–3.

Seeds

Draw

Key

Draw

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1   D Marrero
  F Verdasco
1 6 [10]  
  M Kowalczyk
  I Zelenay
6 3 [5]     1   D Marrero
  F Verdasco
6 710  
  P Raja
  D Sharan
66 4     WC   V Baluda
  K Kravchuk
4 68  
WC   V Baluda
  K Kravchuk
78 6       1   D Marrero
  F Verdasco
3 77 [10]  
4   F Čermák
  F Polášek
7 78         S Groth
  C Guccione
6 64 [5]  
  F Fognini
  P Lorenzi
5 66     4   F Čermák
  F Polášek
3 6 [4]
Alt   D Marfinsky
  S Strelkov
3 2       S Groth
  C Guccione
6 3 [10]  
  S Groth
  C Guccione
6 6       1   D Marrero
  F Verdasco
78 6
  S Stakhovsky
  M Youzhny
4 64         D Inglot
  D Istomin
66 3
  A Karatsev
  D Tursunov
6 77       A Karatsev
  D Tursunov
6 6  
WC   M Elgin
  A Kudryavtsev
1 65     3   D Bracciali
  L Dlouhý
1 2  
3   D Bracciali
  L Dlouhý
6 77         A Karatsev
  D Tursunov
4 7 [9]
  F Mergea
  L Rosol
5 6 [12]         D Inglot
  D Istomin
6 5 [11]  
  R Berankis
  J Tipsarević
7 2 [14]       R Berankis
  J Tipsarević
  D Inglot
  D Istomin
6 7       D Inglot
  D Istomin
w/o  
2   M Mirnyi
  H Tecău
4 5  

References

  • Main Draw
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