2018 Australian Open - Girls' Doubles
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2018 Australian Open %E2%80%93 Girls' Doubles
Girls' Doubles
2018 Australian Open
ChampionsChinese Taipei Liang En-shuo
China Wang Xinyu
Runners-upPapua New Guinea Violet Apisah
Switzerland Lulu Sun
Final score7-6(7-4), 4-6, [10-5]
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
Legends men women mixed
WC Singles men women quad
WC Doubles men women quad
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Liang En-shuo and Wang Xinyu won the Girls' Doubles tennis title at the 2018 Australian Open, defeating Violet Apisah and Lulu Sun in the final, 7-6(7-4), 4-6, [10-5].

Bianca Andreescu and Carson Branstine were the defending champions, but both players chose not to participate.

Seeds

01.   Chinese Taipei Liang En-shuo / China Wang Xinyu (Champions)
02.   Switzerland Simona Waltert / China Wang Xiyu (Semifinals)
03.   Japan Yuki Naito / Japan Naho Sato (Semifinals)
04.   Ukraine Viktoriia Dema / Ukraine Marta Kostyuk (First round)
05.   Argentina María Lourdes Carlé / Canada Layne Sleeth (First round)
06.   Bulgaria Gergana Topalova / Latvia Daniela Vismane (Second round)
07.   Papua New Guinea Violet Apisah / Switzerland Lulu Sun (Final)
08.   France Clara Burel / China Zheng Qinwen (Second round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
1 Chinese Taipei Liang En-shuo
China Wang Xinyu
4 6 [10]
3 Japan Yuki Naito
Japan Naho Sato
6 3 [7]
1 Chinese Taipei Liang En-shuo
China Wang Xinyu
77 4 [10]
7 Papua New Guinea Violet Apisah
Switzerland Lulu Sun
646 [5]
7 Papua New Guinea Violet Apisah
Switzerland Lulu Sun
0 6 [10]
2 Switzerland Simona Waltert
China Wang Xiyu
6 3 [7]

Top half

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Chinese Taipei Liang En-shuo
China Wang Xinyu
7 6
WC Australia Zara Brankovic
Australia Annerly Poulos
5 3 1 Chinese Taipei E-s Liang
China Xin Wang
6 6
Russia Alina Charaeva
Russia Kamilla Rakhimova
6 6 Russia A Charaeva
Russia K Rakhimova
2 3
Russia Daria Frayman
Georgia (country) Ana Makatsaria
2 3 1 Chinese Taipei E-s Liang
China Xin Wang
77 6
Georgia (country) Mariam Dalakishvili
Georgia (country) Zoziya Kardava
6 2 [3] United States D Hewitt
United States P Stearns
653
United States Dalayna Hewitt
United States Peyton Stearns
2 6 [10] United States D Hewitt
United States P Stearns
6 6
Morocco Diae El Jardi
United Kingdom Gemma Heath
2 1 6 Bulgaria G Topalova
Latvia D Vismane
3 0
6 Bulgaria Gergana Topalova
Latvia Daniela Vismane
6 6 1 Chinese Taipei E-s Liang
China Xin Wang
4 6 [10]
3 Japan Yuki Naito
Japan Naho Sato
6 6 3 Japan Y Naito
Japan N Sato
6 3 [7]
France Yasmine Mansouri
France Diane Parry
1 4 3 Japan Y Naito
Japan N Sato
77 6
Czech Republic Karolína Beránková
Poland Ania Hertel
6 2 [3] Slovakia V Morvayová
Slovenia N Radi?i?
623
Slovakia Viktória Morvayová
Slovenia Nika Radi?i?
1 6 [10] 3 Japan Y Naito
Japan N Sato
7 4 [11]
United Kingdom Ali Collins
Poland Stefania Rogozi?ska Dzik
3 6 [8] WC Australia G Da Silva-Fick
Australia I Popovic
5 6 [9]
WC Australia Gabriella Da Silva-Fick
Australia Ivana Popovic
6 4 [10] WC Australia G Da Silva-Fick
Australia I Popovic
77 6
New Zealand Valentina Ivanov
Hong Kong Cody Wong Hong-yi
6 6 New Zealand V Ivanov
Hong Kong CH-y Wong
654
5 Argentina María Lourdes Carlé
Canada Layne Sleeth
4 1

Bottom half

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 Papua New Guinea Violet Apisah
Switzerland Lulu Sun
6 7
United States Hurricane Tyra Black
United States Coco Gauff
4 5 7 Papua New Guinea V Apisah
Switzerland L Sun
6 6
Japan Anri Nagata
Japan Moyuka Uchijima
5 6 [7] Italy E Cocciaretto
Burundi S Nahimana
4 2
Italy Elisabetta Cocciaretto
Burundi Sada Nahimana
7 2 [10] 7 Papua New Guinea V Apisah
Switzerland L Sun
77 6
WC Australia Amber Marshall
Australia Lisa Mays
4 3 France L Bencheikh
Japan M Kawamura
602
South Korea Park So-hyun
Thailand Mananchaya Sawangkaew
6 6 South Korea S-h Park
Thailand M Sawangkaew
4 4
France Loudmilla Bencheikh
Japan Mana Kawamura
0 6 [10] France L Bencheikh
Japan M Kawamura
6 6
4 Ukraine Viktoriia Dema
Ukraine Marta Kostyuk
6 4 [5] 7 Papua New Guinea V Apisah
Switzerland L Sun
0 6 [10]
8 France Clara Burel
China Zheng Qinwen
4 77 [11] 2 Switzerland S Waltert
China Xiy Wang
6 3 [7]
Finland Oona Orpana
Serbia Draginja Vukovi?
6 62[9] 8 France C Burel
China Q Zheng
3 0
Chinese Taipei Joanna Garland
Japan Himari Sato
4 4 WC Australia O Gadecki
Australia M Smith
6 6
WC Australia Olivia Gadecki
Australia Megan Smith
6 6 WC Australia O Gadecki
Australia M Smith
3 60
United States Elysia Bolton
United States Nicole Mossmer
7 2 [3] 2 Switzerland S Waltert
China Xiy Wang
6 77
United States Alexa Noel
Japan Rina Saigo
5 6 [10] United States A Noel
Japan R Saigo
2 3
India Akanksha Bhan
Japan Sakura Hosogi
1 62 2 Switzerland S Waltert
China Xiy Wang
6 6
2 Switzerland Simona Waltert
China Wang Xiyu
6 77

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