Alexander Yermakovich's men lost the first encounter of the Champions League third qualifying round to Slavia Praha 0-1 on 25 July. The Belarusian team took a 2-1 win at home on 2 August but was eliminated from contention because of Slavia Praha's away goal.
The Belarusian-Austrian duo lost the first set 4-6 to the Polish-Serbian tandem of Marcin Matkowski and Nenad Zimonjic. Max Mirnyi and Philipp Oswald grabbed the win on a tie break 7-6 (7-3) and made it 10-6 in the final set.
“Recently, our country has hosted many international tournaments. The events have been organized at a high level. This fact was noted by foreign specialists, athletes and officials. Belarus is becoming a mecca for major sporting events. The bar has been raised high, and we should keep it that way, Vyacheslav Durnov said.