2017 İstanbul Cup – Doubles

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Doubles
2017 İstanbul Cup
ChampionsSlovenia Dalila Jakupović
Ukraine Nadiia Kichenok
Runners-upUnited States Nicole Melichar
Belgium Elise Mertens
Final score7–6(8–6), 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Andreea Mitu and İpek Soylu were the defending champions, but chose not to compete together. Mitu played alongside Mariana Duque Mariño, but lost in the quarterfinals to Tímea Babos and Çağla Büyükakçay. Soylu teamed up with Hsieh Su-wei, but lost in the first round to Dalila Jakupović and Nadiia Kichenok.

Jakupović and Kichenok went on to win the title, defeating Nicole Melichar and Elise Mertens in the final, 7–6(8–6), 6–2.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Chinese Taipei S-w Hsieh
Turkey İ Soylu
65 2
Slovenia D Jakupović
Ukraine N Kichenok
77 6 Slovenia D Jakupović
Ukraine N Kichenok
w/o
Russia A Kalinskaya
Belarus L Marozava
1 3 Canada E Bouchard
Belgium K Flipkens
Canada E Bouchard
Belgium K Flipkens
6 6 Slovenia D Jakupović
Ukraine N Kichenok
6 6
3 Japan N Hibino
Montenegro D Kovinić
3 6 [10] 3 Japan N Hibino
Montenegro D Kovinić
4 4
Germany N Geuer
Spain L Pous Tió
6 1 [4] 3 Japan N Hibino
Montenegro D Kovinić
6 6
Russia N Dzalamidze
Russia V Kudermetova
6 65 [10] Russia N Dzalamidze
Russia V Kudermetova
4 2
Japan A Omae
Czech Republic R Voráčová
2 77 [6] Slovenia D Jakupović
Ukraine N Kichenok
78 6
WC Turkey A Aksu
Ukraine D Yastremska
6 64 [10] 4 United States N Melichar
Belgium E Mertens
66 2
WC Turkey P Özgen
Turkey M Sezer
0 77 [8] WC Turkey A Aksu
Ukraine D Yastremska
4 2
Slovakia M Hončová
Czech Republic L Kunčíková
2 2 4 United States N Melichar
Belgium E Mertens
6 6
4 United States N Melichar
Belgium E Mertens
6 6 4 United States N Melichar
Belgium E Mertens
6 77
Romania A Cadanțu
Sweden C Lister
2 1 Hungary T Babos
Turkey Ç Büyükakçay
3 61
Hungary T Babos
Turkey Ç Büyükakçay
6 6 Hungary T Babos
Turkey Ç Büyükakçay
3 6 [10]
Colombia M Duque Mariño
Romania A Mitu
6 6 Colombia M Duque Mariño
Romania A Mitu
6 2 [8]
2 Argentina M Irigoyen
Poland P Kania
3 4

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