2016 French Open - Boys' Doubles
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2016 French Open %E2%80%93 Boys' Doubles
Boys' doubles
2016 French Open
ChampionsIsrael Yshai Oliel
Czech Republic Patrik Rikl
Runners-upSouth Korea Chung Yun-seong
Brazil Orlando Luz
Final score6-3, 6-4
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
WC Singles men women quad
WC Doubles men women quad
Legends -45 45+ women
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Álvaro López San Martín and Jaume Munar were the defending champions, but were no longer eligible to participate.

Yishai Oliel of Israel and Patrik Rikl of the Czech Republic won the title, defeating Chung Yun-seong and Orlando Luz in the final, 6-3, 6-4.[1]

Seeds

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
  Australia Alex de Minaur
Australia Blake Ellis
6 4 [4]
  Israel Yshai Oliel
Czech Republic Patrik Rikl
4 6 [10]
  Israel Yshai Oliel
Czech Republic Patrik Rikl
6 6
  South Korea Chung Yun-seong
Brazil Orlando Luz
3 4
3 Serbia Miomir Kecmanovi?
Norway Casper Ruud
4 77 [9]
  South Korea Chung Yun-seong
Brazil Orlando Luz
6 65 [11]

Top half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 United States Ulises Blanch
Hungary Máté Valkusz
4 6 [10]
  United States Brandon Holt
United States Vasil Kirkov
6 4 [7]  1 United States U Blanch
Hungary M Valkusz
6 3 [7]
  Italy Riccardo Balzerani
Japan Yuta Shimizu
6 6   Italy R Balzerani
Japan Y Shimizu
4 6 [10]
  United States Liam Caruana
United States Sam Riffice
2 2   Italy R Balzerani
Japan Y Shimizu
3 1
  Japan Toru Horie
United States Gianni Ross
5 3   Australia A De Minaur
Australia B Ellis
6 6
  Australia Alex de Minaur
Australia Blake Ellis
7 6   Australia A de Minaur
Australia B Ellis
6 4 [10]
WC France Dan Added
France Matteo Martineau
6 4 [10] WC France D Added
France M Martineau
3 6 [4]
8
Japan Yosuke Watanuki
3 6 [6]   Australia A De Minaur
Australia B Ellis
6 4 [4]
4 United Kingdom Jay Clarke
Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas
79 6   Israel Y Oliel
Czech Republic P Rikl
4 6 [10]
  Uzbekistan Khumoun Sultanov
Chinese Taipei Wu Tung-lin
67 1 4 United Kingdom J Clarke
Greece S Tsitsipas
w/o
  Spain Eduard Güella Bartrina
Spain Nicola Kuhn
6 77   Spain E Güella Bartrina
Spain N Kuhn
  Turkey Ergi K?rk?n
Philippines Alberto Lim
2 64 4 United Kingdom J Clarke
Greece S Tsitsipas
68 6 [8]
  Russia Pavel Kotov
United States Nathan Ponwith
6 6   Israel Y Oliel
Czech Republic P Rikl
710 2 [10]
WC France Maxence Brovillé
France Constant de la Bassetière
2 3   Russia P Kotov
United States N Ponwith
2 4
  Israel Yshai Oliel
Czech Republic Patrik Rikl
6 6   Israel Y Oliel
Czech Republic P Rikl
6 6
6 Australia Alexei Popyrin
China Wu Yibing
1 4

Bottom half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Egypt Youssef Hossam
Uzbekistan Jurabek Karimov
7 6
  Brazil Gabriel Décamps
Portugal Duarte Vale
5 4 5 Egypt Y Hossam
Uzbekistan J Karimov
6 6
  Austria Jurij Rodionov
France Louis Tessa
6 6   Austria J Rodionov
France L Tessa
1 1
 
Germany Marvin Möller
4 4 5 Egypt Y Hossam
Uzbekistan J Karimov
4 4
  Poland Piotr Matuszewski
Poland Kacper ?uk
64 5 3 Serbia M Kecmanovi?
Norway C Ruud
6 6
  Canada Benjamin Sigouin
Germany Louis Wessels
77 7   Canada B Sigouin
Germany L Wessels
1 3
WC France Elliot Benchetrit
France Evan Furness
3 6 [4] 3 Serbia M Kecmanovi?
Norway C Ruud
6 6
3 Serbia Miomir Kecmanovi?
Norway Casper Ruud
6 4 [10] 3 Serbia M Kecmanovi?
Norway C Ruud
4 77 [9]
7 United States John McNally
United States Jeffrey John Wolf
6 1 [10]   South Korea Y-s Chung
Brazil O Luz
6 65 [11]
  Bolivia Juan Carlos Aguilar
Argentina Genaro Alberto Olivieri
1 6 [8] 7 United States J McNally
United States JJ Wolf
w/o
  France Geoffrey Blancaneaux
Estonia Kenneth Raisma
6 6   France G Blancaneaux
Estonia K Raisma
WC France Jaimee Floyd Angel
France Clément Tabur
0 1 7 United States J McNally
United States JJ Wolf
4 3
  South Korea Chung Yun-seong
Brazil Orlando Luz
6 67 [10]   South Korea Y-s Chung
Brazil O Luz
6 6
  Argentina Juan Martín Jalif
Argentina Francisco Vittar
3 79 [7]   South Korea Y-s Chung
Brazil O Luz
6 77
  Brazil Felipe Meligeni Alves
United Kingdom Ryan James Storrie
4 4 2 Canada F Auger-Aliassime
Canada D Shapovalov
4 62
2 Canada Félix Auger-Aliassime
Canada Denis Shapovalov
6 6

References

  1. ^ "Oliel wins first junior tennis grand slam title".

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