1989 Livingston Open – Doubles

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1989 Livingston Open
Champions   United States Tim Pawsat
United States Tim Wilkison
Runners-up   New Zealand Kelly Evernden
United States Sammy Giammalva, Jr.
Final score   7–5, 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 1989 Livingston Open

Grant Connell and Glenn Michibata were the defending champions, but did not participate this year.

Tim Pawsat and Tim Wilkison won the title, defeating Kelly Evernden and Sammy Giammalva, Jr. 7–5, 6–3 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United States T Pawsat
United States T Wilkison
6 3 6
  Australia R Fromberg
Australia J Stoltenberg
4 6 3 1 United States T Pawsat
United States T Wilkison
6 3 7
  United States Mike Brown
United States A Parker
6 6     United States M Brown
United States A Parker
3 6 6
  Puerto Rico M Nido
United States J Tarango
3 2   1 United States T Pawsat
United States T Wilkison
6 7  
4 United States Mark Ozer
Italy G Pozzi
4 6 7   Canada M Laurendeau
United States S Warner
4 6  
  United States Rozzell Lightfoot
Ivory Coast C N'Goran
6 4 5 4 United States M Ozer
Italy G Pozzi
4 4  
  Canada M Laurendeau
United States S Warner
7 3 6   Canada M Laurendeau
United States S Warner
6 6  
  United Kingdom C Bailey
United States Jeff Klaparda
6 6 4 1 United States T Pawsat
United States T Wilkison
7 6  
  United Kingdom Ulli Nganga
France P Pech
4 6 7 2 New Zealand K Evernden
United States S Giammalva, Jr.
5 3  
  United States Woody Hunt
United States Mark Jacobson
6 3 6   United Kingdom U Nganga
France P Pech
4 4  
  United States Mike Conroy
United States Peter Fishbach
3 3   3 Austria A Antonitsch
United States J Canter
6 6  
3 Austria A Antonitsch
United States J Canter
6 6   3 Austria A Antonitsch
United States J Canter
3 6 3
  United States C Garner
The Bahamas M Knowles
4 6   2 New Zealand K Evernden
United States S Giammalva, Jr.
6 3 6
  India A Amritraj
Nigeria N Odizor
6 7     India A Amritraj
Nigeria N Odizor
3 6 3
  India R Krishnan
United States J Ross
4 1   2 New Zealand K Evernden
United States S Giammalva, Jr.
6 3 6
2 New Zealand K Evernden
United States S Giammalva, Jr.
6 6  

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