2017 Open Bogotá – Doubles

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Doubles
2017 Open Bogotá
ChampionsEl Salvador Marcelo Arévalo
Mexico Miguel Ángel Reyes-Varela
Runners-upCroatia Nikola Mektić
Croatia Franko Škugor
Final score6–3, 3–6, [10–6]
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2016 · Open Bogotá · 2018 →

Marcelo Arévalo and Sergio Galdós were the defending champions but chose to defend their title with different partners. Arévalo partnered Miguel Ángel Reyes-Varela and successfully defended his title. Galdós partnered Roberto Maytín but lost in the first round to Arévalo and Reyes-Varela.

Arévalo and Reyes-Varela won the title after defeating Nikola Mektić and Franko Škugor 6–3, 3–6, [10–6] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Croatia N Mektić
Croatia F Škugor
78 64 [13]
WC Colombia Felipe Mantilla
Colombia C Rodríguez
66 77 [11] 1 Croatia N Mektić
Croatia F Škugor
6 6
WC Argentina F Mena
Argentina A Velotti
6 6 WC Argentina F Mena
Argentina A Velotti
4 2
Uruguay M Felder
New Zealand J Statham
4 0 1 Croatia N Mektić
Croatia F Škugor
65 6 [10]
Alt Argentina JP Paz
Brazil P Sakamoto
5 62 Colombia A Falla
Colombia DE Galán
77 1 [8]
Slovakia A Martin
Austria G Melzer
7 77 Slovakia A Martin
Austria G Melzer
4 1
Brazil P Bernardi
Brazil J Souza
5 3 Colombia A Falla
Colombia DE Galán
6 6
Colombia A Falla
Colombia DE Galán
7 6 1 Croatia N Mektić
Croatia F Škugor
3 6 [6]
El Salvador M Arévalo
Mexico MÁ Reyes-Varela
77 67 [10] El Salvador M Arévalo
Mexico MÁ Reyes-Varela
6 3 [10]
Peru S Galdós
Venezuela R Maytín
63 79 [5] El Salvador M Arévalo
Mexico MÁ Reyes-Varela
6 6
PR Colombia A González
Brazil JP Sorgi
6 6 PR Colombia A González
Brazil JP Sorgi
1 0
3 Ecuador G Escobar
Mexico H Hach Verdugo
3 4 El Salvador M Arévalo
Mexico MÁ Reyes-Varela
w/o
WC Colombia JS Gómez
Colombia C Salamanca
65 4 2 Brazil F de Paula
Brazil F Neis
Argentina JI Londero
Venezuela LD Martínez
77 6 Argentina JI Londero
Venezuela LD Martínez
5 2
Alt Peru M Echazú
Austria M Linzer
3 2 2 Brazil F de Paula
Brazil F Neis
7 6
2 Brazil F de Paula
Brazil F Neis
6 6

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