2014 Japan Women's Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2014 Japan Women's Open
ChampionsJapan Shuko Aoyama
Czech Republic Renata Voráčová
Runners-upSpain Lara Arruabarrena
Germany Tatjana Maria
Final score6-1, 6-2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Kristina Mladenovic and Flavia Pennetta were the defending champions, but Pennetta chose to participate in Tianjin instead. Mladenovic partnered Klaudia Jans-Ignacik, but lost in the first round to Lara Arruabarrena and Tatjana Maria.
Shuko Aoyama and Renata Voráčová won the title, defeating Arruabarrena and Maria in the final, 6-1, 6-2.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Chinese Taipei H-c Chan
Chinese Taipei Y-j Chan
6 3 [10]
Japan M Ninomiya
Japan M Tanaka
1 6 [5] 1 Chinese Taipei H-c Chan
Chinese Taipei Y-j Chan
6 6
Japan M Eguchi
Japan E Hozumi
6 6 Japan M Eguchi
Japan E Hozumi
1 1
WC Japan N Osaka
Japan R Ozaki
2 1 1 Chinese Taipei H-c Chan
Chinese Taipei Y-j Chan
4 3
3 United States L Raymond
Australia S Stosur
6 4 [10] Japan S Aoyama
Czech Republic R Voráčová
6 6
United States C McHale
United Kingdom H Watson
4 6 4 3 United States L Raymond
Australia S Stosur
0 4
Japan S Aoyama
Czech Republic R Voráčová
6 7 Japan S Aoyama
Czech Republic R Voráčová
6 6
Japan H Kuwata
Thailand N Lertcheewakarn
3 5 Japan S Aoyama
Czech Republic R Voráčová
6 6
Japan M Doi
Ukraine E Svitolina
3 6 [8] Spain L Arruabarrena
Germany T Maria
1 2
WC Japan K Okamura
Japan K Takahata
6 3 [10] WC Japan K Okamura
Japan K Takahata
3 5
Japan M Miyamura
Japan J Namigata
5 1 4 Croatia D Jurak
United States M Moulton-Levy
6 7
4 Croatia D Jurak
United States M Moulton-Levy
7 6 4 Croatia D Jurak
United States M Moulton-Levy
3 4
Japan E Sema
Japan Y Sema
6 6 Spain L Arruabarrena
Germany T Maria
6 6
Japan N Hibino
Japan R Sawayanagi
4 2 Japan E Sema
Japan Y Sema
4 5
Spain L Arruabarrena
Germany T Maria
77 1 [10] Spain L Arruabarrena
Germany T Maria
6 7
2 Poland K Jans-Ignacik
France K Mladenovic
65 6 [6]

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