1988 Spanish Open – Doubles

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1988 Spanish Open
Champions   Czechoslovakia Iva Budařová
Belgium Sandra Wasserman
Runners-up   Sweden Anna-Karin Olsson
Spain Marie Jose Llorca
Final score   1–6, 6–3, 6–2
Events
Singles   Doubles

Iva Budařová and Sandra Wasserman won in the final 1–6, 6–3, 6–2 against Anna-Karin Olsson and Marie Jose Llorca.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated.

  1. Argentina Bettina Fulco / Spain Arantxa Sánchez (Quarterfinals)
  2. United States Emilse Rapponi-Longo / Brazil Patricia Medrado (Quarterfinals)
  3. Argentina Andrea Tiezzi / Argentina Adriana Villagran (First Round)
  4. Switzerland Celine Cohen / Argentina Mariana Pérez-Roldán (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Argentina B Fulco
 Spain A Sánchez
w/o      
   Netherlands S Schilder
 United Kingdom C Wood
          1  Argentina B Fulco
 Spain A Sánchez
5 1    
   Sweden H Dahlstrom
 Sweden M Strandlund
3 4        Sweden A-K Olsson
 Spain M J Llorca
7 6    
   Sweden A-K Olsson
 Spain M J Llorca
6 6            Sweden A-K Olsson
 Spain M J Llorca
6 4 6  
4  Switzerland C Cohen
 Argentina M Pérez-Roldán
6 6            United Kingdom T Catlin
 United States J Joseph
3 6 3  
   France I Crudo
 France V Paquet
2 1       4  Switzerland C Cohen
 Argentina M Pérez-Roldán
4 4  
   South Africa K Labuschagne
 United States V Nelson-Dunbar
           United Kingdom T Catlin
 United States J Joseph
6 6    
   United Kingdom T Catlin
 United States J Joseph
w/o              Sweden Anna-Karin Olsson
 Spain Marie Jose Llorca
6 3 2
   Argentina G Castro
 Spain A Segura
4 3            Czechoslovakia Iva Budařová
 Belgium Sandra Wasserman
1 6 6
   Spain M Vaquero
 Spain I Varas
6 6          Spain M Vaquero
 Spain I Varas
4 7 4  
   Spain J Souto
 Spain N Souto
7 6        Spain J Souto
 Spain N Souto
6 5 6  
3  Argentina A Tiezzi
 Argentina A Villagran
6 1            Spain J Souto
 Spain N Souto
7 6 1
   Spain R Bielsa
 Spain E Guerra
5 6            Czechoslovakia I Budařová
 Belgium S Wasserman
6 7 6  
   Czechoslovakia I Budařová
 Belgium S Wasserman
7 7          Czechoslovakia I Budařová
 Belgium S Wasserman
6 6  
   Netherlands M Rooimans
 Netherlands N Rooimans
2 4     2  United States E Rapponi-Longo
 Brazil P Medrado
4 1    
2  United States E Rapponi-Longo
 Brazil P Medrado
6 6    

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