2004 Proximus Diamond Games – Doubles

Kim Clijsters and Ai Sugiyama were the defending champions, but Sugiyama did not compete this year. Clijsters teamed up with her sister Elke Clijsters and lost in quarterfinals to Émilie Loit and Petra Mandula.

Doubles
2004 Proximus Diamond Games
ChampionsZimbabwe Cara Black
Belgium Els Callens
Runners-upSwitzerland Myriam Casanova
Greece Eleni Daniilidou
Final score6–2, 6–1
Events
Singles Doubles
← 2003 · Diamond Games · 2005 →

Cara Black and Els Callens won the title by defeating Myriam Casanova and Eleni Daniilidou 6–2, 6–1 in the final.

SeedsEdit

  1.   Cara Black /   Els Callens (champions)
  2.   Émilie Loit /   Petra Mandula (semifinals)
  3.   Maret Ani /   Janette Husárová (quarterfinals, withdrew due to a right shoulder strain on Husárová)
  4.   Myriam Casanova /   Eleni Daniilidou (final)

DrawEdit

KeyEdit

DrawEdit

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1   C Black
  E Callens
78 77
  A Parra Santonja
  M Serna
6663 1   C Black
  E Callens
6 6
  An Barna
  C Schneider
2 6 6   An Barna
  C Schneider
4 4
WC   C Maes
  MG Mikaelian
6 1 3 1   C Black
  E Callens
6 6
3   M Ani
  J Husárová
6 2 6   C Dhenin
  K Marosi
3 3
  L Bacheva
  A Rösch
2 6 4 3   M Ani
  J Husárová
  S Foretz
  C Schaul
6 3 2   C Dhenin
  K Marosi
w/o
  C Dhenin
  K Marosi
3 6 6 1   C Black
  E Callens
6 6
  D Chládková
  E Dementieva
4   M Casanova
  E Daniilidou
2 1
Q   Ad Barna
  M Drake
w/o Q   Ad Barna
  M Drake
3 2
  D Klemenschits
  S Klemenschits
2 1 4   M Casanova
  E Daniilidou
6 6
4   M Casanova
  E Daniilidou
6 6 4   M Casanova
  E Daniilidou
6 2 77
  S Sfar
  C Vis
1 0 2   É Loit
  P Mandula
3 6 65
  E Clijsters
  K Clijsters
6 6   E Clijsters
  K Clijsters
2 2
  L Dekmeijere
  J Vakulenko
77 1 1 2   É Loit
  P Mandula
6 6
2   É Loit
  P Mandula
636 6

ReferencesEdit