The Spanish pairing, formed by Lahoz and Lijo, took a very even first set in a tiebreak. The second set went to the Argentines 6-3 as they clinged onto a single break to force a decider. After two hours and forty minutes a tiebreak would decide the encounter. Lahoz and Lijo were 4-2 down in the tiebreak but turned it around to win 7-5 and become the first finalists.
Their opponents would come from the match between Toni Bueno - Javier Escalante and José Antonio García Diestro - Martín Sánchez Piñeiro. Bueno and Escalane surprised their rivals early on by taking a 2-0 lead but Diestro and Piñeiro took little time in responding. In just over 40 minutes they took 6 of the following 7 games to win 6-3.
In the second set, Diestro and Piñeiro awaited their moment and broke Bueno and Escalante in the ninth game before serving it out to win 6-4 and reach the final in just over an hour and five minutes.