2013 US Open – Men's Doubles

Men's doubles of the U.S. Open 2013.

Defending champions were Bob and Mike Bryan. They had at the tournament had the opportunity to reach a Grand Slam, so to win all four Grand Slam titles of the calendar year. The only hitherto Grand Slam in men's doubles in 1951 succeeded the Australians Frank Sedgman and Ken McGregor. In the semifinals, however, the Bryan brothers failed due to the later winners Leander Paes and Radek Stepanek.

Paes and Stepanek sat down in the final against Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares 6-1, 6-3 by. For both it was the fourth of its common title and the second victory in a Grand Slam after the Australian Open in 2012. Whilst it was the third title at the U.S. Open for the Indian Leander Paes, Stepanek won for the first time at Flushing Meadows. For the losing double Peya Soares and it was the first final participation in the men's doubles at a Grand Slam. With the success of Leander Paes moved to fifth and Radek Stepanek prior to sixth in the world rankings.

The American James Blake played the final tennis match of his professional career in this competition; with partner Jack Sock, he retired in the opening round against Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in three sets.

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Main Round


  • ALT = substitute ( alternate )
  • PR = Protected Ranking
  • SE = Special Exempt
  • R = Task ( retired )
  • D = disqualification
  • Supra = Walkover

Quarterfinals, semifinals, finals

Upper half of

Upper half of 1

Upper half 2

Upper half 3

Upper half of 4

Bottom half

Lower half 1

Lower half 2

Bottom Half 3

Lower half 4