2011 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament – Doubles

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Doubles
2011 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament
ChampionsAustria Jürgen Melzer
Germany Philipp Petzschner
Runners-upFrance Michaël Llodra
Serbia Nenad Zimonjić
Final score6–4, 3–6, [10–5]
Events
singles doubles
wheelchair singles wheelchair doubles
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Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić were the defending champions, but Nestor chose not to participate that year.
Zimonjić played with Michaël Llodra and reached the final, but lost to Jürgen Melzer and Philipp Petzschner, 6–4, 3–6, [10–5].

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
6 6  
WC Netherlands J Eltingh
Netherlands P Haarhuis
3 2   1 Poland M Fyrstenberg
Poland M Matkowski
63 3  
  Czech Republic T Berdych
Germany P Kohlschreiber
7 3 [12]   Czech Republic T Berdych
Germany P Kohlschreiber
7 6  
  Ukraine S Stakhovsky
Russia M Youzhny
5 6 [10]   Czech Republic T Berdych
Germany P Kohlschreiber
     
4 France M Llodra
Serbia N Zimonjić
6 7   4 France M Llodra
Serbia N Zimonjić
w/o    
  India R Bopanna
Pakistan A-u-H Qureshi
4 64   4 France M Llodra
Serbia N Zimonjić
6 65 [10]
WC Netherlands T de Bakker
Netherlands R Haase
6 7   WC Netherlands T de Bakker
Netherlands R Haase
4 7 [5]
  Spain F López
Spain M López
2 5   4 France M Llodra
Serbia N Zimonjić
4 6 [5]
  France J Benneteau
France J-W Tsonga
3 3   2 Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
6 3 [10]
Alt United Kingdom A Murray
United Kingdom J Murray
6 6   Alt United Kingdom A Murray
United Kingdom J Murray
6 6  
  Austria J Knowle
Romania H Tecău
64 4   3 India M Bhupathi
Spain M Granollers
2 3  
3 India M Bhupathi
Spain M Granollers
7 6   Alt United Kingdom A Murray
United Kingdom J Murray
4 4  
  Kazakhstan A Golubev
Croatia I Ljubičić
3 7 [4] 2 Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
6 6  
  Sweden S Aspelin
Belgium D Norman
6 5 [10]   Sweden S Aspelin
Belgium D Norman
2 2  
  Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Australia P Hanley
63 7 [4] 2 Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
6 6  
2 Austria J Melzer
Germany P Petzschner
7 64 [10]

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