1988 WTA Nice Open – Singles

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1988 WTA Nice Open
Champion   Italy Sandra Cecchini
Runner-up   Italy Nathalie Tauziat
Final score   7–5, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Sandra Cecchini won in the final 7–5, 6–4 against Nathalie Tauziat.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
LL  Italy S Simmonds 0 2    
Q  West Germany S Frankl 6 6       Q  West Germany S Frankl 6 3 7  
   France C Tanvier 0 1        Austria P Huber 3 6 6  
   Austria P Huber 6 6         Q  West Germany S Frankl 0 2    
   Netherlands H ter Riet 5 2         6  France N Tauziat 6 6    
   Argentina A Villagran 7 6          Argentina A Villagran 3 3  
   West Germany S Auer 4 0     6  France N Tauziat 6 6    
6  France N Tauziat 6 6         6  France N Tauziat 6 6    
4  Argentina B Fulco 6 6         4  Argentina B Fulco 3 4    
   Switzerland M Strebel 0 1       4  Argentina B Fulco 2 6 6  
Q  France K Quentrec 6 7     Q  France K Quentrec 6 1 1  
   Italy L Ferrando 4 6         4  Argentina B Fulco 6 7  
   France E Derly 3 6         7  Argentina P Tarabini 1 5    
   Poland I Kuczyńska 6 7          Poland I Kuczyńska 6 3 1
   United States M Torres 1 6 5   7  Argentina P Tarabini 3 6 6  
7  Argentina P Tarabini 6 2 7       6  France Nathalie Tauziat 5 4  
5  Austria J Wiesner 6 3 1       2  Italy Sandra Cecchini 7 6  
   Italy L Garrone 1 6 6        Italy L Garrone 2 6 6  
LL  France P Etchemendy 6 6     LL  France P Etchemendy 6 1 1  
   France N Herreman 0 2            Italy L Garrone 2 3    
   France C Suire 1 2            France I Demongeot 6 6    
   France I Demongeot 6 6          France I Demongeot 6 7  
Q  France N Guerree 6 6     Q  France N Guerree 3 6    
3  France P Paradis 2 2            France I Demongeot 6 1 5
8  Austria B Paulus 6 4 7       2  Italy S Cecchini 2 6 7  
   Spain C Martínez 3 6 5     8  Austria B Paulus 7 7    
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš 6 6 6      Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš 5 6    
Q  Sweden C Dahlman 4 7 1       8  Austria B Paulus 3 6 1
   Italy F Bonsignori 6 0 3       2  Italy S Cecchini 6 2 6  
   Switzerland S Jaquet 4 6 6        Switzerland S Jaquet 2 1  
   France A Dechaume 0 0     2  Italy S Cecchini 6 6    
2  Italy S Cecchini 6 6    


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