2016 Rio Open – Women's Doubles

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Women's Doubles
2016 Rio Open
ChampionsParaguay Verónica Cepede Royg
Argentina María Irigoyen
Runners-upUnited Kingdom Tara Moore
Switzerland Conny Perrin
Final score6–1, 7–6(7–5)
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Ysaline Bonaventure and Rebecca Peterson were the defending champions, but Bonaventure chose not to participate this year. Peterson played alongside Julia Glushko, but lost in the first round to Paula Cristina Gonçalves and Sanaz Marand.
Verónica Cepede Royg and María Irigoyen won the title, defeating Tara Moore and Conny Perrin in the final, 6–1, 7–6(7–5).

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Australia An Rodionova
Liechtenstein S Vogt
77 4 [10]
Brazil B Haddad Maia
Brazil T Pereira
65 6 [8] 1 Australia An Rodionova
Liechtenstein S Vogt
62 6 [5]
Colombia M Duque Mariño
Germany T Maria
4 6 [12] Colombia M Duque Mariño
Germany T Maria
77 4 [10]
Romania E Bogdan
Romania M Buzărnescu
6 3 [10] Colombia M Duque Mariño
Germany T Maria
4 6 [9]
4 Paraguay V Cepede Royg
Argentina M Irigoyen
6 64 [10] 4 Paraguay V Cepede Royg
Argentina M Irigoyen
6 3 [11]
Spain L Pous Tió
Georgia (country) S Shapatava
3 77 [6] 4 Paraguay V Cepede Royg
Argentina M Irigoyen
77 6
Brazil PC Gonçalves
United States S Marand
4 6 [10] Brazil PC Gonçalves
United States S Marand
65 0
Israel J Glushko
Sweden R Peterson
6 4 [7] 4 Paraguay V Cepede Royg
Argentina M Irigoyen
6 77
Brazil G Cé
Bulgaria E Kostova
4 5 United Kingdom T Moore
Switzerland C Perrin
1 65
United States C McHale
United States A Tatishvili
6 7 United States C McHale
United States A Tatishvili
3 6 [8]
WC France A Lim
Italy F Schiavone
6 6 WC France A Lim
Italy F Schiavone
6 3 [10]
3 Montenegro D Kovinić
Romania A Mitu
4 1 WC France A Lim
Italy F Schiavone
Netherlands C Burger
Brazil L Pigossi
2 1 United Kingdom T Moore
Switzerland C Perrin
w/o
United Kingdom T Moore
Switzerland C Perrin
6 6 United Kingdom T Moore
Switzerland C Perrin
77 0 [10]
WC Brazil C Alves
Canada H El Tabakh
2 2 2 New Zealand M Erakovic
Spain S Soler Espinosa
64 6 [8]
2 New Zealand M Erakovic
Spain S Soler Espinosa
6 6

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