2019 Chennai Open Challenger – Doubles

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Doubles
2019 Chennai Open Challenger
ChampionsItaly Gianluca Mager
Italy Andrea Pellegrino
Runners-upAustralia Matt Reid
Australia Luke Saville
Final score6–4, 7–6(9–7)
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2018 · Chennai Open Challenger · 2020 →

Sriram Balaji and Vishnu Vardhan were the defending champions but chose not to defend their title.

Gianluca Mager and Andrea Pellegrino won the title after defeating Matt Reid and Luke Saville 6–4, 7–6(9–7) in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Australia M Reid
Australia L Saville
77 6
Australia B Ellis
Australia B Mousley
64 4 1 Australia M Reid
Australia L Saville
6 6
WC India Sidharth Rawat
India Manish Sureshkumar
65 6 [10] WC India S Rawat
India M Sureshkumar
2 2
WC India Anirudh Chandrasekar
India Abhinav Sanjeev Shanmugam
77 2 [5] 1 Australia M Reid
Australia L Saville
6 6
4 Sweden A Göransson
Finland H Heliövaara
w/o 4 Sweden A Göransson
Finland H Heliövaara
4 3
Spain A Davidovich Fokina
France C Moutet
4 Sweden A Göransson
Finland H Heliövaara
6 6
Lithuania L Grigelis
Egypt M Safwat
710 67 [8] Russia I Gakhov
Russia A Pavlioutchenkov
3 4
Russia I Gakhov
Russia A Pavlioutchenkov
68 79 [10] 1 Australia M Reid
Australia L Saville
4 67
India VS Prashanth
New Zealand R Statham
6 6 Italy G Mager
Italy A Pellegrino
6 79
United Kingdom B Klein
Japan T Matsui
4 4 India VS Prashanth
New Zealand R Statham
3 1
Italy G Mager
Italy A Pellegrino
77 6 Italy G Mager
Italy A Pellegrino
6 6
3 India A Kadhe
India S Myneni
64 3 Italy G Mager
Italy A Pellegrino
6 6
WC Vietnam NH Lý
India S Nagal
6 6 2 Croatia T Draganja
Chinese Taipei T-h Yang
0 4
ITF Russia I Nedelko
Russia A Zhurbin
1 2 WC Vietnam NH Lý
India S Nagal
ITF United States JP Fruttero
Spain D Pérez Sanz
4 6 [11] 2 Croatia T Draganja
Chinese Taipei T-h Yang
w/o
2 Croatia T Draganja
Chinese Taipei T-h Yang
6 2 [13]

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