2019 Challenger Banque Nationale de Granby – Men's Doubles

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Men's Doubles
2019 Challenger Banque Nationale de Granby
ChampionsSweden André Göransson
Netherlands Sem Verbeek
Runners-upChina Li Zhe
Monaco Hugo Nys
Final score6–2, 6–4
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Alex Lawson and Li Zhe were the defending champions[1] but only Li chose to defend his title, partnering Hugo Nys. Li lost in the final to André Göransson and Sem Verbeek.

Göransson and Verbeek won the title after defeating Li and Nys 6–2, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. China Li Zhe / Monaco Hugo Nys (Final)
  2. United States Hunter Reese / Canada Adil Shamasdin (Quarterfinals)
  3. Sweden André Göransson / Netherlands Sem Verbeek (Champions)
  4. Mexico Hans Hach Verdugo / United States Dennis Novikov (First round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 China Z Li
Monaco H Nys
6 6
WC Canada Alexis Galarneau
Canada Benjamin Sigouin
3 0 1 China Z Li
Monaco H Nys
6 6
ITF United Kingdom E Hoyt
Tunisia S Mansouri
5 6 [10] ITF United Kingdom E Hoyt
Tunisia S Mansouri
4 4
Croatia B Gojo
Serbia D Petrović
7 2 [3] 1 China Z Li
Monaco H Nys
6 6
4 Mexico H Hach Verdugo
United States D Novikov
64 3 Australia A Harris
Australia A Santillan
3 2
Australia A Harris
Australia A Santillan
77 6 Australia A Harris
Australia A Santillan
6 6
Canada S Diez
Japan K Uchida
6 77 Canada S Diez
Japan K Uchida
4 4
ITF United States Jordi Arconada
United States E Zhu
4 63 1 China Z Li
Monaco H Nys
2 4
United States E Escobedo
Canada P Polansky
2 4 3 Sweden A Göransson
Netherlands S Verbeek
6 6
United Kingdom B Klein
Venezuela R Maytín
6 6 United Kingdom B Klein
Venezuela R Maytín
1 5
France M Janvier
Austria M Neuchrist
4 4 3 Sweden A Göransson
Netherlands S Verbeek
6 7
3 Sweden A Göransson
Netherlands S Verbeek
6 6 3 Sweden A Göransson
Netherlands S Verbeek
6 6
WC Canada Liam Draxl
Canada Nicaise Muamba
6 6 WC Canada L Draxl
Canada N Muamba
4 3
WC Canada Taha Baadi
Canada Justin Boulais
3 2 WC Canada L Draxl
Canada N Muamba
6 5 [10]
Australia M Banes
Australia Jacob Grills
3 3 2 United States H Reese
Canada A Shamasdin
2 7 [7]
2 United States H Reese
Canada A Shamasdin
6 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ Furness, Glenys (July 30, 2018). "Liam Broady made doubles final in Granby".