2019 Australian Open - Girls' Doubles
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2019 Australian Open %E2%80%93 Girls' Doubles
Girls' doubles
2019 Australian Open
ChampionsJapan Natsumi Kawaguchi
Hungary Adrienn Nagy
Runners-upUnited States Chloe Beck
United States Emma Navarro
Final score6-4, 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 men women mixed
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Natsumi Kawaguchi and Adrienn Nagy won the girls' doubles tennis title at the 2019 Australian Open, defeating Chloe Beck and Emma Navarro in the final, 6-4, 6-4.

Liang En-shuo and Wang Xinyu were the defending champions. However, Liang was no longer eligible to participate in junior tournaments, and Wang chose not to participate.

Seeds

  1. South Korea Park So-hyun / Hong Kong Cody Wong Hong-yi (second round)
  2. Thailand Thasaporn Naklo / Thailand Mananchaya Sawangkaew (quarterfinals)
  3. Japan Natsumi Kawaguchi / Hungary Adrienn Nagy (champions)
  4. Spain Marta Custic / Malta Helene Pellicano (quarterfinals)
  5. China Wang Jiaqi / China Zheng Qinwen (first round)
  6. Russia Elina Avanesyan / Russia Anastasia Tikhonova (second round)
  7. France Loudmilla Bencheikh / Malta Francesca Curmi (semifinals)
  8. United States Chloe Beck / United States Emma Navarro (final)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
  Russia Daria Frayman
Italy Federica Rossi
62 63
8 United States Chloe Beck
United States Emma Navarro
77 77
8 United States Chloe Beck
United States Emma Navarro
4 4
3 Japan Natsumi Kawaguchi
Hungary Adrienn Nagy
6 6
3 Japan Natsumi Kawaguchi
Hungary Adrienn Nagy
6 2 [10]
7 France Loudmilla Bencheikh
Malta Francesca Curmi
4 6 [7]

Top half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 South Korea Park So-hyun
Hong Kong Cody Wong Hong-yi
6 6
Italy Alice Amendola
Georgia (country) Zoziya Kardava
4 1 1 South Korea S-h Park
Hong Kong CH-y Wong
4 6 [8]
France Manon Léonard
Italy Lisa Pigato
4 4 Russia D Frayman
Italy F Rossi
6 4 [10]
Russia Daria Frayman
Italy Federica Rossi
6 6 Russia D Frayman
Italy F Rossi
6 77
Poland Martyna Kubka
Poland Stefania Rogozi?ska Dzik
3 3 WC Australia O Gadecki
Australia M Smith
2 63
WC Australia Olivia Gadecki
Australia Megan Smith
6 6 WC Australia O Gadecki
Australia M Smith
6 0 [10]
Italy Martina Biagianti
Spain Carlota Martínez Círez
2 6 [4] 6 Russia E Avanesyan
Russia A Tikhonova
2 6 [8]
6 Russia Elina Avanesyan
Russia Anastasia Tikhonova
6 4 [10] Russia D Frayman
Italy F Rossi
62 63
4 Spain Marta Custic
Malta Helene Pellicano
6 6 8 United States C Beck
United States E Navarro
77 77
Canada Leylah Annie Fernandez
United States Sasha Wood
1 4 4 Spain M Custic
Malta H Pellicano
6 6
Japan Saki Imamura
South Korea Ku Yeon-woo
5 2 Russia V Pepelyaeva
Russia A Sayfetdinova
2 4
Russia Veronika Pepelyaeva
Russia Avelina Sayfetdinova
7 6 4 Spain M Custic
Malta H Pellicano
6 2 [6]
WC Australia Charlotte Kempenaers-Pocz
Australia Taylah Lawless
4 1 8 United States C Beck
United States E Navarro
3 6 [10]
Japan Mana Kawamura
Japan Funa Kozaki
6 6 Japan M Kawamura
Japan F Kozaki
3 4
Alt Finland Alexandra Anttila
United States Skyler Marie Grace Grishuk
4 4 8 United States C Beck
United States E Navarro
6 6
8 United States Chloe Beck
United States Emma Navarro
6 6

Bottom half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 China Wang Jiaqi
China Zheng Qinwen
0 2
Burundi Sada Nahimana
Japan Moyuka Uchijima
6 6 Burundi S Nahimana
Japan M Uchijima
6 6
Sweden Caijsa Hennemann
Switzerland Valentina Ryser
7 6 Sweden C Hennemann
Switzerland V Ryser
0 4
WC Australia Roopa Bains
Australia Natasha Russell
5 3 Burundi S Nahimana
Japan M Uchijima
2 62
Russia Polina Kudermetova
Russia Mariia Tkacheva
6 4 [6] 3 Japan N Kawaguchi
Hungary A Nagy
6 77
United Kingdom Victoria Allen
United Kingdom Destinee Martins
4 6 [10] United Kingdom V Allen
United Kingdom D Martins
3 0
WC Australia Anastasia Berezov
Australia Talia Gibson
3 4 3 Japan N Kawaguchi
Hungary A Nagy
6 6
3 Japan Natsumi Kawaguchi
Hungary Adrienn Nagy
6 6 3 Japan N Kawaguchi
Hungary A Nagy
6 2 [10]
7 France Loudmilla Bencheikh
Malta Francesca Curmi
2 6 [10] 7 France L Bencheikh
Malta F Curmi
4 6 [7]
Australia Amber Marshall
Australia Annerly Poulos
6 4 [8] 7 France L Bencheikh
Malta F Curmi
5 77 [10]
New Zealand Valentina Ivanov
Northern Mariana Islands Carol Young Suh Lee
64 7 [5] Russia M Krupenina
Ukraine D Snigur
7 64 [8]
Russia Maria Krupenina
Ukraine Daria Snigur
77 5 [10] 7 France L Bencheikh
Malta F Curmi
77 4 [10]
United States Kylie Collins
United States Kacie Harvey
6 4 [6] 2 Thailand T Naklo
Thailand M Sawangkaew
65 6 [7]
Latvia Kamilla Bartone
France Giulia Morlet
1 6 [10] Latvia K Bartone
France G Morlet
5 65
Indonesia Priska Madelyn Nugroho
China Wei Sijia
0 2 2 Thailand T Naklo
Thailand M Sawangkaew
7 77
2 Thailand Thasaporn Naklo
Thailand Mananchaya Sawangkaew
6 6

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