2015 French Open – Boys' Doubles

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Boys' Doubles
2015 French Open
Champions Flag of Spain.svg Álvaro López San Martín
Flag of Spain.svg Jaume Munar
Runners-up Flag of the United States.svg William Blumberg
Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul
Final score6–4, 6–2
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
Legends −45 45+ women
WC Singles men women
WC Doubles men women
  2014  · French Open ·  2016  

Benjamin Bonzi and Quentin Halys were the defending champions, but were not eligible to compete this year.

Contents

Álvaro López San Martín and Jaume Munar won the title, defeating William Blumberg and Tommy Paul in the final, 6–4, 6–2.

Seeds

  1. Flag of the United States.svg Taylor Harry Fritz / Flag of Brazil.svg Orlando Luz (Quarterfinals)
  2. Flag of South Korea.svg Chung Yun-seong / Flag of South Korea.svg Hong Seong-chan (First round)
  3. Flag of the United States.svg Michael Mmoh / Flag of Japan.svg Akira Santillan (Quarterfinals)
  4. Flag of the United States.svg William Blumberg / Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul (Final)
  5. Flag of Serbia.svg Miomir Kecmanović / Flag of Norway.svg Casper Ruud (First round)
  6. Flag of Chile.svg Marcelo Tomás Barrios Vera / Flag of Italy.svg Andrea Pellegrino (Second round)
  7. Flag of Russia.svg Alexander Bublik / Flag of Sweden.svg Mikael Ymer (Second round)
  8. Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Jurabek Karimov / Flag of Argentina.svg Manuel Peña López (First round)

Draw

Key

Finals

Semifinals Final
          
  Flag of Germany.svg Tim Sandkaulen
Flag of Hungary.svg Máté Valkusz
65 [4]
  Flag of Spain.svg Álvaro López San Martín
Flag of Spain.svg Jaume Munar
4 7[10]
  Flag of Spain.svg Álvaro López San Martín
Flag of Spain.svg Jaume Munar
66
4 Flag of the United States.svg William Blumberg
Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul
4 2
4 Flag of the United States.svg William Blumberg
Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul
76
  Flag of Argentina.svg Franco Capalbo
Flag of Argentina.svg Gerónimo Espín Busleiman
5 2

Top half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Flag of the United States.svg Taylor Harry Fritz
Flag of Brazil.svg Orlando Luz
66
WC Flag of France.svg Evan Furness
Flag of France.svg Louis Tessa
4 2 1 Flag of the United States.svg TH Fritz
Flag of Brazil.svg O Luz
76
  Flag of Portugal.svg Nuno Borges
Flag of Tunisia.svg Aziz Dougaz
2 77[5]   Flag of Japan.svg S Fukuda
Flag of Japan.svg Y Watanuki
5 2
  Flag of Japan.svg Sora Fukuda
Flag of Japan.svg Yosuke Watanuki
662[10]1 Flag of the United States.svg TH Fritz
Flag of Brazil.svg O Luz
4 6[5]
WC Flag of France.svg Matteo Martineau
Flag of France.svg Alexandre Muller
0 3   Flag of Germany.svg T Sandkaulen
Flag of Hungary.svg M Valkusz
62 [10]
  Flag of Russia.svg Bogdan Bobrov
Flag of Vietnam.svg Lý Hoàng Nam
66  Flag of Russia.svg B Bobrov
Flag of Vietnam.svg NH Lý
2 5
  Flag of Germany.svg Tim Sandkaulen
Flag of Hungary.svg Máté Valkusz
774 [10]  Flag of Germany.svg T Sandkaulen
Flag of Hungary.svg M Valkusz
67
8 Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Jurabek Karimov
Flag of Argentina.svg Manuel Peña López
646[5]   Flag of Germany.svg T Sandkaulen
Flag of Hungary.svg M Valkusz
65 [4]
3 Flag of the United States.svg Michael Mmoh
Flag of Japan.svg Akira Santillan
66  Flag of Spain.svg Á López San Martín
Flag of Spain.svg J Munar
4 7[10]
  Flag of Italy.svg Gian Marco Moroni
Flag of Greece.svg Stefanos Tsitsipas
1 4 3 Flag of the United States.svg M Mmoh
Flag of Japan.svg A Santillan
66
  Flag of Portugal.svg Felipe Cunha e Silva
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Alejandro Tabilo
66  Flag of Portugal.svg F Cunha e Silva
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg A Tabilo
2 2
WC Flag of France.svg Geoffrey Blancaneaux
Flag of France.svg Ugo Humbert
2 1 3 Flag of the United States.svg M Mmoh
Flag of Japan.svg A Santillan
3 3
  Flag of Spain.svg Álvaro López San Martín
Flag of Spain.svg Jaume Munar
66  Flag of Spain.svg Á López San Martín
Flag of Spain.svg J Munar
66
  Flag of Australia (converted).svg Jake Delaney
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Marc Polmans
4 0   Flag of Spain.svg Á López San Martín
Flag of Spain.svg J Munar
66
  Flag of the United States.svg Nathan Ponwith
Flag of the United States.svg Alex Rybakov
3 4 7 Flag of Russia.svg A Bublik
Flag of Sweden.svg M Ymer
2 3
7 Flag of Russia.svg Alexander Bublik
Flag of Sweden.svg Mikael Ymer
66

Bottom half

First round Second round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Flag of Serbia.svg Miomir Kecmanović
Flag of Norway.svg Casper Ruud
2 6[5]
WC Flag of France.svg Constantin Bittoun Kouzmine
Flag of France.svg Mandresy Rakotomalala
63 [10]WC Flag of France.svg C Bittoun Kouzmine
Flag of France.svg M Rakotomalala
2 5
  Flag of Romania.svg Dragoș Nicolae Mădăraș
Flag of Germany.svg Louis Wessels
65 [10]  Flag of Romania.svg DN Mădăraș
Flag of Germany.svg L Wessels
67
  Flag of Switzerland.svg Marko Osmakcic
Flag of Peru.svg Juan José Rosas
2 7[8]   Flag of Romania.svg DN Mădăraș
Flag of Germany.svg L Wessels
1 4
  Flag of Poland.svg Hubert Hurkacz
Flag of Slovakia.svg Alex Molčan
664 Flag of the United States.svg W Blumberg
Flag of the United States.svg T Paul
66
  Flag of Slovakia.svg Patrik Néma
Flag of South Korea.svg Oh Chan-yeong
3 4   Flag of Poland.svg H Hurkacz
Flag of Slovakia.svg A Molčan
3 2
  Flag of Russia.svg Denys Klok
Flag of Estonia.svg Kenneth Raisma
3 4 4 Flag of the United States.svg W Blumberg
Flag of the United States.svg T Paul
66
4 Flag of the United States.svg William Blumberg
Flag of the United States.svg Tommy Paul
664 Flag of the United States.svg W Blumberg
Flag of the United States.svg T Paul
76
6 Flag of Chile.svg Marcelo Tomás Barrios Vera
Flag of Italy.svg Andrea Pellegrino
667[10]  Flag of Argentina.svg F Capalbo
Flag of Argentina.svg G Espín Busleiman
5 2
  Flag of the United States.svg Ulises Blanch
Flag of Argentina.svg Juan Pablo Ficovich
4 79[8] 6 Flag of Chile.svg MT Barrios Vera
Flag of Italy.svg A Pellegrino
75 [8]
  Flag of France.svg Corentin Denolly
Flag of Switzerland.svg Johan Nikles
63 [14]  Flag of France.svg C Denolly
Flag of Switzerland.svg J Nikles
5 7[10]
WC Flag of France.svg Clément Larrière
Flag of France.svg Maxime Mora
1 6[12]   Flag of France.svg C Denolly
Flag of Switzerland.svg J Nikles
2 6[7]
  Flag of Japan.svg Renta Tokuda
Flag of Japan.svg Jumpei Yamasaki
4 67  Flag of Argentina.svg F Capalbo
Flag of Argentina.svg G Espín Busleiman
64 [10]
  Flag of Argentina.svg Franco Capalbo
Flag of Argentina.svg Gerónimo Espín Busleiman
679  Flag of Argentina.svg F Capalbo
Flag of Argentina.svg G Espín Busleiman
4 6[10]
  Flag of Norway.svg Viktor Durasovic
Flag of Finland.svg Patrik Niklas-Salminen
776  Flag of Norway.svg V Durasovic
Flag of Finland.svg P Niklas-Salminen
63 [5]
2 Flag of South Korea.svg Chung Yun-seong
Flag of South Korea.svg Hong Seong-chan
632

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