2016 Australian Open - Men's Doubles
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2016 Australian Open %E2%80%93 Men's Doubles
Men's doubles
2016 Australian Open
Final
ChampionsUnited Kingdom Jamie Murray
Brazil Bruno Soares
Runners-upCanada Daniel Nestor
Czech Republic Radek ?t?pánek
Score2-6, 6-4, 7-5
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
WC Singles men women quad
WC Doubles men women quad
Legends men women mixed
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Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini were the defending champions, but lost in the second round to Adrian Mannarino and Lucas Pouille.

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares won the title, defeating Daniel Nestor and Radek ?t?pánek in the final, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5.

Australian Lleyton Hewitt played his final ever professional match in either singles or doubles; partnering Sam Groth, the pair lost to Jack Sock and Vasek Pospisil in the third round.[1]

Seeds

01.   Netherlands Jean-Julien Rojer / Romania Horia Tec?u (quarterfinals)
02.   Croatia Ivan Dodig / Brazil Marcelo Melo (third round)
03.   United States Bob Bryan / United States Mike Bryan (third round)
04.   India Rohan Bopanna / Romania Florin Mergea (third round)
05.   Italy Simone Bolelli / Italy Fabio Fognini (second round)
06.   France Pierre-Hugues Herbert / France Nicolas Mahut (second round)
07.   United Kingdom Jamie Murray / Brazil Bruno Soares (champions)
08.   Finland Henri Kontinen / Australia John Peers (second round)
09.   Canada Vasek Pospisil / United States Jack Sock (quarterfinals)
10.   Poland ?ukasz Kubot / Poland Marcin Matkowski (second round)
11.   United Kingdom Dominic Inglot / Sweden Robert Lindstedt (third round)
12.   Colombia Juan Sebastián Cabal / Colombia Robert Farah (third round)
13.   South Africa Raven Klaasen / United States Rajeev Ram (quarterfinals)
14.   Philippines Treat Huey / Belarus Max Mirnyi (quarterfinals)
15.   Spain Feliciano López / Spain Marc López (second round)
16.   Uruguay Pablo Cuevas / Spain Marcel Granollers (semifinals)

Click on the seed number of a player to go to their draw section.

Draw

Key

Finals

Top half

Section 1

Section 2

Bottom half

Section 3

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
6 France P-H Herbert
France N Mahut
6 6
United States N Monroe
1 4 6 France P-H Herbert
France N Mahut
77 4 1
Moldova R Albot
South Korea H Chung
6 3 4 Alt Spain P Andújar
64 6 6
Alt Spain P Andújar
3 6 6 Alt Spain P Andújar
7 4 4
WC Chinese Taipei C-p Hsieh
Chinese Taipei T-h Yang
1 5 Canada D Nestor
Czech Republic R ?t?pánek
5 6 6
Canada D Nestor
Czech Republic R ?t?pánek
6 7 Canada D Nestor
Czech Republic R ?t?pánek
77 6
Spain G García-López
Spain D Marrero
1 77 3 10 Poland ? Kubot
Poland M Matkowski
64 1
10 Poland ? Kubot
Poland M Matkowski
6 62 6 Canada D Nestor
6 6
14 Philippines T Huey
Belarus M Mirnyi
77 4 712 14 Philippines T Huey
Belarus M Mirnyi
4 4
Belarus A Bury
Uzbekistan D Istomin
63 6 610 14 Philippines T Huey
Belarus M Mirnyi
5 77 6
Brazil T Bellucci
Brazil M Demoliner
4 6 7 Brazil T Bellucci
Brazil M Demoliner
7 62 4
Mexico S González
Austria J Knowle
6 3 5 14 Philippines T Huey
Belarus M Mirnyi
6 6
WC Australia J Duckworth
Australia J Millman
64 6 3 4 India R Bopanna
Romania F Mergea
4 3
PR Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Czech Republic J Veselý
77 2 6 PR Czech Republic L Dlouhý
Czech Republic J Veselý
3 2
WC Australia O Jasika
Australia N Kyrgios
5 3 4 India R Bopanna
Romania F Mergea
6 6
4 India R Bopanna
Romania F Mergea
7 6

Section 4

First round Second round Third round Quarterfinals
8 Finland H Kontinen
Australia J Peers
6 7
WC Australia L Saville
Australia J-P Smith
3 5 8 Finland H Kontinen
Australia J Peers
6 4 4
WC Australia S Groth
Australia L Hewitt
4 2 WC Australia S Groth
Australia L Hewitt
2 6 6
Serbia D Lajovi?
Serbia V Troicki
6 1r WC Australia S Groth
Australia L Hewitt
4 2
Netherlands R Haase
Spain F Verdasco
6 3 6 9 Canada V Pospisil
United States J Sock
6 6
Israel J Erlich
United Kingdom C Fleming
4 6 3 Netherlands R Haase
Spain F Verdasco
Germany P Petzschner
Austria A Peya
6 65 65 9 Canada V Pospisil
United States J Sock
w/o
9 Canada V Pospisil
United States J Sock
1 77 77 9 Canada V Pospisil
United States J Sock
7 1 2
16 Uruguay P Cuevas
Spain M Granollers
6 6 16 Uruguay P Cuevas
5 6 6
PR Ukraine A Dolgopolov
Russia D Tursunov
2 2 16 Uruguay P Cuevas
Spain M Granollers
6 3 6
Russia M Elgin
6 2 6 Russia M Elgin
4 6 2
Argentina L Mayer
Portugal J Sousa
3 6 3 16 Uruguay P Cuevas
77 2 6
Croatia M Pavi?
New Zealand M Venus
3 4 2 Croatia I Dodig
Brazil M Melo
63 6 3
WC United States A Krajicek
United States D Young
6 6 WC United States A Krajicek
United States D Young
2 3
United Kingdom A Bedene
Germany D Brown
3 4 2 Croatia I Dodig
Brazil M Melo
6 6
2 Croatia I Dodig
Brazil M Melo
6 6

References

  1. ^ "Australian Open: Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth lose men's doubles match to end Hewitt's career". ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). 24 January 2016. Retrieved 2016.

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