2016 Sparkassen Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2016 Sparkassen Open
ChampionUnited States James Cerretani
Austria Philipp Oswald
Runner-upPoland Mateusz Kowalczyk
Croatia Antonio Šančić
Final score4–6, 7–6(7–5), [10–2]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Sergey Betov and Mikhail Elgin were the defending champions but only Betov returned, partnering Tomasz Bednarek. Betov lost in the quarterfinals to Mateusz Kowalczyk and Antonio Šančić.

James Cerretani and Philipp Oswald won the title after defeating Mateusz Kowalczyk and Antonio Šančić 4–6, 7–6(7–5), [10–2] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Argentina G Durán
Argentina A Molteni
4 6 [7]
WC Argentina Juan Ignacio Galarza
Argentina L Mayer
6 2 [10] WC Argentina JI Galarza
Argentina L Mayer
6 6
PR Australia R Junaid
Germany S Stadler
6 6 PR Australia R Junaid
Germany S Stadler
4 3
WC Germany A Beck
Germany A Mies
2 2 WC Argentina JI Galarza
Argentina L Mayer
4 3
4 Poland M Kowalczyk
Croatia A Šančić
2 6 [10] 4 Poland M Kowalczyk
Croatia A Šančić
6 6
Germany K Krawietz
Croatia D Marcan
6 3 [4] 4 Poland M Kowalczyk
Croatia A Šančić
6 62 [10]
Spain Í Cervantes
Netherlands M Vervoort
3 2 Poland T Bednarek
Belarus S Betov
1 77 [3]
Poland T Bednarek
Belarus S Betov
6 6 4 Poland M Kowalczyk
Croatia A Šančić
6 65 [2]
Netherlands S Arends
Austria T-S Weissborn
6 77 3 United States J Cerretani
Austria P Oswald
4 77 [10]
Mexico MÁ Reyes-Varela
Germany A Satschko
2 64 Netherlands S Arends
Austria T-S Weissborn
4 1
PR Germany M Bachinger
Germany F Moser
4 4 3 United States J Cerretani
Austria P Oswald
6 6
3 United States J Cerretani
Austria P Oswald
6 6 3 United States J Cerretani
Austria P Oswald
7 77
WC France K de Schepper
France A Michon
7 63 [10] Argentina F Bagnis
Russia K Khachanov
5 63
Moldova R Albot
Germany J-L Struff
5 77 [3] WC France K de Schepper
France A Michon
6 2 [8]
Argentina F Bagnis
Russia K Khachanov
6 3 [15] Argentina F Bagnis
Russia K Khachanov
3 6 [10]
2 Belarus A Bury
Slovakia I Zelenay
2 6 [13]

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