2016 Ricoh Open – Women's Doubles

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Women's Doubles
2016 Ricoh Open
ChampionsGeorgia (country) Oksana Kalashnikova
Kazakhstan Yaroslava Shvedova
Runners-upSwitzerland Xenia Knoll
Serbia Aleksandra Krunić
Final score6–1, 6–1
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Asia Muhammad and Laura Siegemund were the defending champions, but Siegemund chose not to participate this year. Muhammad played alongside María José Martínez Sánchez, but lost in the quarterfinals to Alexandra Panova and Amra Sadiković.
Oksana Kalashnikova and Yaroslava Shvedova won the title, defeating Xenia Knoll and Aleksandra Krunić in the final, 6-1, 6–1.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
7 6
Russia V Dushevina
Latvia J Ostapenko
5 3 1 Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
77 2 [10]
Japan N Hibino
United Kingdom E Webley-Smith
63 62 Czech Republic L Kunčíková
Czech Republic K Stuchlá
62 6 [7]
Czech Republic L Kunčíková
Czech Republic K Stuchlá
77 77 1 Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
6 6
3 Japan E Hozumi
Japan M Kato
3 0 Russia A Panova
Switzerland A Sadiković
1 3
Spain MJ Martínez Sánchez
United States A Muhammad
6 6 Spain MJ Martínez Sánchez
United States A Muhammad
4 77 [8]
Russia A Panova
Switzerland A Sadiković
6 3 [10] Russia A Panova
Switzerland A Sadiković
6 63 [10]
Belgium E Mertens
Netherlands D Schuurs
3 6 [2] 1 Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
Kazakhstan Y Shvedova
6 6
Netherlands I de Vroome
Netherlands R Hogenkamp
7 2 [5] 4 Switzerland X Knoll
Serbia A Krunić
1 1
Australia J Moore
Thailand V Wongteanchai
5 6 [10] Australia J Moore
Thailand V Wongteanchai
3 1
Russia N Dzalamidze
Russia I Khromacheva
3 2 4 Switzerland X Knoll
Serbia A Krunić
6 6
4 Switzerland X Knoll
Serbia A Krunić
6 6 4 Switzerland X Knoll
Serbia A Krunić
4 6 [10]
Serbia J Janković
Belgium A Van Uytvanck
6 6 Serbia J Janković
Belgium A Van Uytvanck
6 1 [6]
Chinese Taipei C-w Chan
Bulgaria A Naydenova
4 4 Serbia J Janković
Belgium A Van Uytvanck
77 3 [10]
Switzerland B Bencic
Switzerland V Golubic
3 4 2 Croatia D Jurak
Australia An Rodionova
64 6 [6]
2 Croatia D Jurak
Australia An Rodionova
6 6

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