2014 Challenger ATP de Salinas Diario Expreso – Doubles

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Doubles
2014 Challenger ATP de Salinas Diario Expreso
ChampionVenezuela Roberto Maytin
Brazil Fernando Romboli
Runner-upBolivia Hugo Dellien
Argentina Eduardo Schwank
Final score6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2013 · Challenger ATP de Salinas Diario Expreso

Sergio Galdós and Marco Trungelliti were the defending champions, but Trungelliti decided not to compete. Galdós plays alongside Ariel Behar.

Roberto Maytin and Fernando Romboli won the title, defeating Hugo Dellien and Eduardo Schwank in the final, 6–3, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Colombia Nicolás Barrientos / Colombia Carlos Salamanca (Quarterfinals)
  2. Uruguay Ariel Behar / Peru Sergio Galdos (First round)
  3. Peru Duilio Beretta / Argentina Guillermo Durán (Quarterfinals)
  4. Brazil Fabiano de Paula / Argentina Renzo Olivo (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Colombia N Barrientos
Colombia C Salamanca
2 6 [12]
Spain E López-Pérez
Brazil F Neis
6 3 [10] 1 Colombia N Barrientos
Colombia C Salamanca
2 62
Venezuela R Maytin
Brazil F Romboli
6 6 Venezuela R Maytin
Brazil F Romboli
6 77
WC United States Sam Barnett
United States J Witten
3 4 Venezuela R Maytin
Brazil F Romboli
6 77
4 Brazil F de Paula
Argentina R Olivo
6 6 Argentina M Alund
Argentina A Molteni
2 62
WC United States Joseph Correa
United States Chase Perez-Blanco
0 2 4 Brazil F de Paula
Argentina R Olivo
77 3 [8]
Italy A Giannessi
Slovakia A Martin
6 3 [9] Argentina M Alund
Argentina A Molteni
63 6 [10]
Argentina M Alund
Argentina A Molteni
3 6 [11] Venezuela R Maytin
Brazil F Romboli
6 6
Bolivia H Dellien
Argentina E Schwank
6 6 Bolivia H Dellien
Argentina E Schwank
3 4
Argentina J Londero
Colombia E Struvay
3 1 Bolivia H Dellien
Argentina E Schwank
2 6 [10]
Dominican Republic J Hernández
Venezuela D Souto
2 4 3 Peru D Beretta
Argentina G Durán
6 3 [5]
3 Peru D Beretta
Argentina G Durán
6 6 Bolivia H Dellien
Argentina E Schwank
6 6
Brazil José Pereira
France TK Wang
6 6 WC Ecuador JC Campozano
Argentina M Estévez
0 1
United States C Buchanan
Austria G Melzer
1 1 Brazil J Pereira
France TK Wang
WC Ecuador JC Campozano
Argentina M Estévez
6 77 WC Ecuador JC Campozano
Argentina M Estévez
w/o
2 Uruguay A Behar
Peru S Galdós
4 65

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