2019 Columbus Challenger – Doubles

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Doubles
2019 Columbus Challenger
ChampionsUnited States Maxime Cressy
Portugal Bernardo Saraiva
Runners-upUnited States Robert Galloway
United States Nathaniel Lammons
Final score7–5, 7–6(7–3)
Events
Singles Doubles
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Tommy Paul and Peter Polansky were the defending champions but chose not to defend their title.

Maxime Cressy and Bernardo Saraiva won the title after defeating Robert Galloway and Nathaniel Lammons 7–5, 7–6(7–3) in the final.[1]

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Monaco R Arneodo
Belarus A Vasilevski
77 63 [10]
Ecuador G Escobar
Venezuela R Maytín
65 77 [5] 1 Monaco R Arneodo
Belarus A Vasilevski
2 2
ITF United States M Cressy
Portugal B Saraiva
6 6 ITF United States M Cressy
Portugal B Saraiva
6 6
ITF France Tom Jomby
France F Reboul
2 4 ITF United States M Cressy
Portugal B Saraiva
4 6 [11]
4 Philippines R Gonzales
United States N Pasha
7 65 [9] Mexico H Hach Verdugo
Croatia A Pavić
6 2 [9]
United States K King
United States A Lawson
5 77 [11] United States K King
United States A Lawson
3 63
Mexico H Hach Verdugo
Croatia A Pavić
6 77 Mexico H Hach Verdugo
Croatia A Pavić
6 77
France B Bonzi
France J Eysseric
4 65 ITF United States M Cressy
Portugal B Saraiva
7 77
WC United States Martin Joyce
United States Hunter Tubert
6 5 [7] 2 United States R Galloway
United States N Lammons
5 63
Venezuela LD Martínez
Sweden A Siljeström
2 7 [10] Venezuela LD Martínez
Sweden A Siljeström
6 77
WC United States J McNally
United States Kyle Seelig
4 3 3 Portugal G Oliveira
Italy A Vavassori
4 64
3 Portugal G Oliveira
Italy A Vavassori
6 6 Venezuela LD Martínez
Sweden A Siljeström
77 2 [4]
WC United States Alex Kobelt
Japan James Trotter
6 4 [7] 2 United States R Galloway
United States N Lammons
64 6 [10]
United States E King
United States H Reese
2 6 [10] United States E King
United States H Reese
4 5
Serbia N Čačić
Brazil F Romboli
4 4 2 United States R Galloway
United States N Lammons
6 7
2 United States R Galloway
United States N Lammons
6 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "JJ Wolf Wins Maiden Challenger Crown In Columbus". 14 January 2019.