2015 Family Circle Cup – Doubles

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Doubles
2015 Family Circle Cup
ChampionsSwitzerland Martina Hingis
India Sania Mirza
Runners-upAustralia Casey Dellacqua
Croatia Darija Jurak
Final score6–0, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Anabel Medina Garrigues and Yaroslava Shvedova were the defending champions, but lost to Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza in the quarterfinals.
Hingis and Mirza went on to win their third title in a row, defeating Casey Dellacqua and Darija Jurak in the final, 6–0, 6–4. Mirza became the top-ranked doubles player in the WTA rankings by winning the final.[1]

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Switzerland M Hingis
India S Mirza
67 6 [10]
Australia An Rodionova
Australia Ar Rodionova
79 3 [5] 1 Switzerland M Hingis
India S Mirza
7 4 [13]
WC United States M Keys
United States L Raymond
5 5 Spain A Medina Garrigues
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
5 6 [11]
Spain A Medina Garrigues
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
7 7 1 Switzerland M Hingis
India S Mirza
6 1 [10]
3 Chinese Taipei H-c Chan
Chinese Taipei Y-j Chan
6 0 [4] Russia A Kudryavtseva
Russia A Pavlyuchenkova
4 6 [7]
United States B Mattek-Sands
Croatia A Tomljanović
2 6 [10] United States B Mattek-Sands
Croatia A Tomljanović
4 4
Canada G Dabrowski
Poland A Rosolska
4 6 [2] Russia A Kudryavtseva
Russia A Pavlyuchenkova
6 6
Russia A Kudryavtseva
Russia A Pavlyuchenkova
6 2 [10] 1 Switzerland M Hingis
India S Mirza
6 6
WC United States A Riske
United States S Rogers
4 2 Australia C Dellacqua
Croatia D Jurak
0 4
New Zealand M Erakovic
Germany A Petkovic
6 6 New Zealand M Erakovic
Germany A Petkovic
6 6
Romania I-C Begu
Spain A Parra Santonja
4 2 4 Hungary T Babos
Germany A-L Grönefeld
1 2
4 Hungary T Babos
Germany A-L Grönefeld
6 6 New Zealand M Erakovic
Germany A Petkovic
4 6 [5]
Australia C Dellacqua
Croatia D Jurak
6 2 [11] Australia C Dellacqua
Croatia D Jurak
6 1 [10]
Slovenia A Klepač
Spain S Soler Espinosa
3 6 [9] Australia C Dellacqua
Croatia D Jurak
6 6
Japan K Date-Krumm
Ukraine O Savchuk
4 6 [4] 2 United States R Kops-Jones
United States A Spears
3 3
2 United States R Kops-Jones
United States A Spears
6 3 [10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sania Mirza becomes world number one in doubles". The Times of India. 12 April 2015. Retrieved 12 April 2015.