1989 CA-TennisTrophy – Singles

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1989 CA-TennisTrophy
Champion   United States Paul Annacone
Runner-up   New Zealand Kelly Evernden
Final score   6–7, 6–4, 6–1, 2–6, 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles

Horst Skoff was the defending champion but lost in the second round to Glenn Layendecker.

Paul Annacone won in the final 6–7, 6–4, 6–1, 2–6, 6–3 against Kelly Evernden.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Final[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                             
  Q  Czechoslovakia Petr Korda 1 6  
   United States Paul Annacone 6 7  
     United States Paul Annacone 6 6 6 2 6
     New Zealand Kelly Evernden 7 4 1 6 3
   New Zealand Kelly Evernden 4 6 6
  2  Austria Thomas Muster 6 2 3  

Section 1[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
1  United States J Berger 6 3 6  
Q  United States J Canter 2 6 1     1  United States J Berger 6 6    
   Soviet Union A Cherkasov 4 6 6   Q  West Germany C Geyer 3 2    
Q  West Germany C Geyer 6 3 7       1  United States J Berger 6 6 3  
Q  Czechoslovakia P Korda 6 7         Q  Czechoslovakia P Korda 3 7 6  
   Czechoslovakia M Šrejber 4 6       Q  Czechoslovakia P Korda 6 5 6
   Netherlands M Schapers 6 7        Netherlands M Schapers 4 7 4  
8  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 3 6         Q  Czechoslovakia P Korda 1 6  
3  Austria H Skoff 7 6            United States P Annacone 6 7  
Q  Czechoslovakia J Navrátil 5 4       3  Austria H Skoff 2 4    
WC  Austria M Oberleitner 3 6        United States G Layendecker 6 6    
   United States G Layendecker 6 7            United States G Layendecker 3 6  
   Sweden J Gunnarsson 2 6 6          United States P Annacone 6 7    
   Austria A Antonitsch 6 3 4        Sweden J Gunnarsson 1 5  
   United States P Annacone 6 6        United States P Annacone 6 7    
6  Spain J Arrese 4 2    

Section 2[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
5  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Prpić 6 6    
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B Orešar 3 4       5  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Prpić 6 7 3  
   Soviet Union A Volkov 7 6        Soviet Union A Volkov 7 5 6  
   West Germany M Stich 5 2            Soviet Union A Volkov 5 6 5  
   New Zealand K Evernden 6 6            New Zealand K Evernden 7 4 7  
   Venezuela N Pereira 4 1          New Zealand K Evernden 6 6  
   Italy D Nargiso 3 4     4  Italy P Canè 4 3    
4  Italy P Canè 6 6            New Zealand K Evernden 4 6 6
7  Sweden A Järryd 7 6         2  Austria T Muster 6 2 3
   Sweden C Bergström 5 1       7  Sweden A Järryd 2 6 6  
   Italy O Camporese 4 4        Czechoslovakia M Vajda 6 0 3  
   Czechoslovakia M Vajda 6 6         7  Sweden A Järryd 4 4  
LL  West Germany R Osterthun 4 2         2  Austria T Muster 6 6    
WC  Austria T Buchmayer 6 6       WC  Austria T Buchmayer 4 2  
WC  Austria M Bauer 4 2     2  Austria T Muster 6 6    
2  Austria T Muster 6 6    

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