2018 Brasil Open – Doubles

Rogério Dutra Silva and André Sá were the defending champions, but chose not to participate together. Sá teamed up with Thomaz Bellucci, but lost to Federico Delbonis and Máximo González in the quarterfinals. Dutra Silva played alongside Roman Jebavý, but lost to Delbonis and González in the semifinals.

Doubles
2018 Brasil Open
ChampionsArgentina Federico Delbonis
Argentina Máximo González
Runners-upNetherlands Wesley Koolhof
New Zealand Artem Sitak
Final score6–4, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Delbonis and González went on to win the title, defeating Wesley Koolhof and Artem Sitak in the final, 6–4, 6–2.

SeedsEdit

DrawEdit

KeyEdit

DrawEdit

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1   P Cuevas
  H Zeballos
6 6
  S Galdós
  G Pella
1 2 1   P Cuevas
  H Zeballos
Alt   P Bernardi
  T Monteiro
3 4   C Berlocq
  N Kicker
w/o
  C Berlocq
  N Kicker
6 6   C Berlocq
  N Kicker
3 3
4   W Koolhof
  A Sitak
6 77 4   W Koolhof
  A Sitak
6 6
  S Arends
  A Begemann
4 64 4   W Koolhof
  A Sitak
7 6
  R Carballés Baena
  G García López
6 7   R Carballés Baena
  G García López
5 4
WC   D Descloix
  G Monfils
2 5 4   W Koolhof
  A Sitak
4 2
  R Dutra Silva
  R Jebavý
6 77   F Delbonis
  M González
6 6
  M Cecchinato
  A Ramos Viñolas
4 64   R Dutra Silva
  R Jebavý
6 6
Alt   F Neis
  R Olivo
2 0r 3   G Durán
  A Molteni
4 3
3   G Durán
  A Molteni
6 0   R Dutra Silva
  R Jebavý
5 6 [7]
  R Arneodo
  A Šančić
623   F Delbonis
  M González
7 3 [10]
WC   T Bellucci
  A Sá
77 6 WC   T Bellucci
  A Sá
645
  F Delbonis
  M González
7 4 [10]   F Delbonis
  M González
77 7
2   H Podlipnik-Castillo
  A Vasilevski
5 6 [5]

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