2019 JC Ferrero Challenger Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2019 JC Ferrero Challenger Open
ChampionsBrazil Thomaz Bellucci
Argentina Guillermo Durán
Runners-upSpain Gerard Granollers
Spain Pedro Martínez
Final score2–6, 7–5, [10–5]
Events
Singles Doubles
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Wesley Koolhof and Artem Sitak were the defending champions but chose not to defend their title.[1]

Thomaz Bellucci and Guillermo Durán won the title after defeating Gerard Granollers and Pedro Martínez 2–6, 7–5, [10–5] in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Brazil M Demoliner
India D Sharan
4 6 [12]
Portugal P Sousa
Netherlands M Vervoort
6 3 [14] Portugal P Sousa
Netherlands M Vervoort
78 4 [5]
ITF Spain D Pérez Sanz
Australia S Puodziunas
3 65 Spain G Granollers
Spain P Martínez
66 6 [10]
Spain G Granollers
Spain P Martínez
6 77 Spain G Granollers
Spain P Martínez
77 6
3 India J Nedunchezhiyan
India P Raja
6 5 [10] 3 India J Nedunchezhiyan
India P Raja
65 1
Brazil F Neis
Spain D Vega Hernández
4 7 [8] 3 India J Nedunchezhiyan
India P Raja
4 6 [10]
WC Spain Diego Augusto Barreto Sánchez
Brazil Jordan Correia
2 4 Spain E López Pérez
Spain D Marrero
6 3 [8]
Spain E López Pérez
Spain D Marrero
6 6 Spain G Granollers
Spain P Martínez
6 5 [5]
Serbia N Milojević
Portugal G Oliveira
3 4 Brazil T Bellucci
Argentina G Durán
2 7 [10]
Brazil T Bellucci
Argentina G Durán
6 6 Brazil T Bellucci
Argentina G Durán
w/o
WC Spain Á López San Martín
Spain C Taberner
6 5 [10] WC Spain Á López San Martín
Spain C Taberner
4 Belgium S Gillé
Belgium J Vliegen
4 7 [8] Brazil T Bellucci
Argentina G Durán
6 6
United States H Reese
Brazil F Romboli
3 4 2 Germany K Krawietz
Germany A Mies
4 4
WC Spain T Robredo
Spain M Vilella Martínez
6 6 WC Spain T Robredo
Spain M Vilella Martínez
2 4
ITF Spain Javier Barranco Cosano
Italy Raúl Brancaccio
2 1 2 Germany K Krawietz
Germany A Mies
6 6
2 Germany K Krawietz
Germany A Mies
6 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tennis: Marcus Daniell makes impressive start to clay court season". 11 April 2018 – via www.nzherald.co.nz.