1989 Australian Indoor Championships – Singles

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1989 Australian Indoor Championships
Champion   Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Runner-up   Sweden Lars-Anders Wahlgren
Final score   6–2, 6–2, 6–1
Events
Singles   Doubles

Slobodan Živojinović was the defending champion but lost in the quarterfinals to Lars-Anders Wahlgren.

Ivan Lendl won in the final 6–2, 6–2, 6–1 against Wahlgren.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                             
  1  Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 6 6  
SE  Sweden Nicklas Kroon 1 1  
  1  Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl 6 6 6    
  Q  Sweden Lars-Anders Wahlgren 2 2 1    
Q  Sweden Lars-Anders Wahlgren 6 4 6
     Australia Johan Anderson 3 6 4  

Top Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
1  Czechoslovakia I Lendl 6 6    
Q  Brazil M Menezes 2 0       1  Czechoslovakia I Lendl 6 6    
   United States D Pate 6 2 4      United States L Shiras 2 4    
   United States L Shiras 2 6 6       1  Czechoslovakia I Lendl 6 6    
   Sweden T Högstedt 7 6            Sweden T Högstedt 2 2    
   Argentina H de la Peña 5 2          Sweden T Högstedt 5 6 6
   Australia B Drewett 4 4     8  Australia W Masur 7 4 2  
8  Australia W Masur 6 6         1  Czechoslovakia I Lendl 6 6  
4  Australia J Fitzgerald 3 6 4       SE  Sweden N Kroon 1 1  
SE  Sweden N Kroon 6 2 6     SE  Sweden N Kroon 6 6    
   Australia D Cahill 6 6        Australia D Cahill 0 4    
WC  India V Amritraj 4 0         SE  Sweden N Kroon 0 7 7
   Australia M Woodforde 6 7            Australia M Woodforde 6 5 6  
WC  Australia S Barr 3 6          Australia M Woodforde 1 6 6
   Australia R Fromberg 4 7 6      Australia R Fromberg 6 2 3  
6  West Germany E Jelen 6 6 2  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
5  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Živojinović 5 6 6  
Q  Australia D Patten 7 2 4     5  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Živojinović 4 6 6  
   Canada G Michibata 1 6 5   Q  West Germany A Mronz 6 1 4  
Q  West Germany A Mronz 6 2 7       5  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Živojinović 3 6    
Q  Sweden L-A Wahlgren 7 3 6       Q  Sweden L-A Wahlgren 6 7    
   Canada G Connell 6 6 4     Q  Sweden L-A Wahlgren 1 6 6
   Australia T Woodbridge 1 4     3  West Germany C-U Steeb 6 4 4  
3  West Germany C-U Steeb 6 6         Q  Sweden L-A Wahlgren 6 4 6
7  United States R Matuszewski 2 2            Australia J Anderson 3 6 4
   Australia J Anderson 6 6          Australia J Anderson 6 6    
WC  Australia S Youl 2 4        West Germany C Saceanu 1 3    
   West Germany C Saceanu 6 6            Australia J Anderson 6 6  
   France J-P Fleurian 4 6 4          Australia J Stoltenberg 3 3    
   Australia J Stoltenberg 6 3 6        Australia J Stoltenberg 6 7 6
   Australia M Kratzmann 6 2 7      Australia M Kratzmann 7 6 3  
2  Switzerland J Hlasek 1 6 6  

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