2019 Monterrey Open – Doubles

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Doubles
2019 Monterrey Open
ChampionsUnited States Asia Muhammad
United States Maria Sanchez
Runners-upAustralia Monique Adamczak
Australia Jessica Moore
Final score7–6(7–2), 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Naomi Broady and Sara Sorribes Tormo were the defending champions, but Broady chose not to participate and Sorribes Tormo chose to compete in Charleston instead.

Asia Muhammad and Maria Sanchez won the title, defeating Monique Adamczak and Jessica Moore in the final, 7–6(7–2), 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Japan M Kato
Japan M Ninomiya
6 5 [4]
United Kingdom H Dart
Russia V Savinykh
1 7 [10] United Kingdom H Dart
Russia V Savinykh
3 7 [1]
Japan M Doi
Georgia (country) O Kalashnikova
64 6 [7] Australia M Adamczak
Australia J Moore
6 5 [10]
Australia M Adamczak
Australia J Moore
77 3 [10] Australia M Adamczak
Australia J Moore
62 6 [10]
4 Japan N Hibino
United States D Krawczyk
6 5 [6] Romania A Bogdan
Romania E-G Ruse
77 3 [5]
Romania A Bogdan
Romania E-G Ruse
0 7 [10] Romania A Bogdan
Romania E-G Ruse
6 1 [10]
United States D Lao
United States C McHale
Canada S Fichman
New Zealand E Routliffe
4 6 [8]
Canada S Fichman
New Zealand E Routliffe
w/o Australia M Adamczak
Australia J Moore
62 4
Chile A Guarachi
United States S Santamaria
77 6 3 United States A Muhammad
United States M Sanchez
77 6
WC Serbia J Jakšić
Mexico R Zarazúa
65 2 Chile A Guarachi
United States S Santamaria
2 4
WC Mexico V Rodríguez
Mexico AS Sánchez
4 1 3 United States A Muhammad
United States M Sanchez
6 6
3 United States A Muhammad
United States M Sanchez
6 6 3 United States A Muhammad
United States M Sanchez
6 6
Russia A Blinkova
Russia A Panova
3 6 [3] Mexico G Olmos
Brazil L Stefani
4 4
Poland P Kania
Russia Y Sizikova
6 2 [10] Poland P Kania
Russia Y Sizikova
1 2
Mexico G Olmos
Brazil L Stefani
6 7 Mexico G Olmos
Brazil L Stefani
6 6
2 Spain L Arruabarrena
Slovenia D Jakupović
3 5

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