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2013 Winston-Salem Open – Doubles

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2013 Winston-Salem Open – Doubles

2013 Winston-Salem Open
Champions Daniel Nestor
Leander Paes
Runners-up Treat Huey
Dominic Inglot
Final score 7-6(12-10), 7-5

Santiago González and Scott Lipsky were the defending champions, but lost in the quarterfinals to Andre Begemann and Martin Emmrich.
Daniel Nestor and Leander Paes won the title, defeating Treat Huey and Dominic Inglot in the final, 7-6(12-10), 7-5.


  • Seeds 1
  • Draw 2
    • Key 2.1
    • Draw 2.2
  • References 3





First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1   D Nestor
  L Paes
6 3 [10]  
  J Knowle
  J Melzer
1 6 [2]     1   D Nestor
  L Paes
6 6  
    P Hanley
  J Peers
7 6       P Hanley
  J Peers
4 4  
  V Hănescu
  L Rosol
65 4       1   D Nestor
  L Paes
6 6  
3   D Marrero
  F Verdasco
4 7 [10]       WC   E Butorac
  F Nielsen
3 3  
WC   J Cerretani
  R Haase
6 5 [7]     3   D Marrero
  F Verdasco
65 3
  N Mahut
  B Paire
3 63     WC   E Butorac
  F Nielsen
77 6  
WC   E Butorac
  F Nielsen
6 77       1   D Nestor
  L Paes
712 7
    A Seppi
  I Sijsling
5 5         T Huey
  D Inglot
610 5
  A Begemann
  M Emmrich
7 7       A Begemann
  M Emmrich
6 6  
  S González
  S Lipsky
6 7       S González
  S Lipsky
4 4  
4   C Fleming
  J Marray
4 5         A Begemann
  M Emmrich
6 3 5
  M Kližan
  M Mertiňák
6 3 [8]         T Huey
  D Inglot
4 6 [10]  
  T Huey
  D Inglot
2 6 [10]       T Huey
  D Inglot
6 77
  F Čermák
  F Polášek
6 7       F Čermák
  F Polášek
1 65  
Alt   J Levinský
  Y-h Lu
1 5  


  • Main Draw
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