1989 Paris Open – Singles

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1989 Paris Open
1988 Champion   Israel Amos Mansdorf
Champion   West Germany Boris Becker
Runner-up   Sweden Stefan Edberg
Final score   6–4, 6–3, 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles

Amos Mansdorf was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Michael Chang.

Boris Becker won in the final 6–4, 6–3, 6–3 against Stefan Edberg.

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]

  • NB: The Final was the best of 5 sets while all other rounds were the best of 3 sets.

Final[edit]

Final
1  West Germany Boris Becker 6 6 6    
2  Sweden Stefan Edberg 4 3 3    

Section 1[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
1  West Germany B Becker 6 6    
Q  Czechoslovakia M Šrejber 3 3       1  West Germany B Becker 6 6 7  
WC  France F Santoro 5 3     WC  France G Forget 7 4 6  
WC  France G Forget 7 6         1  West Germany B Becker 6 6 7  
   United States K Curren 5 4         Q  Australia W Masur 7 4 6  
Q  Australia W Masur 7 6       Q  Australia W Masur 4 6 6
   Sweden M Wilander 6 4     7  Argentina A Mancini 6 3 0  
7  Argentina A Mancini 7 6         1  West Germany B Becker 7 3 6
3  United States J McEnroe 6 6         3  United States J McEnroe 6 6 3
Q  Sweden J Svensson 3 3       3  United States J McEnroe 7 6    
   Austria H Skoff 6 4 6      Austria H Skoff 6 0    
   South Africa C van Rensburg 4 6 3       3  United States J McEnroe 6 6  
WC  France H Leconte 7 6         5  United States M Chang 4 3    
SE  United States R Matuszewski 6 0       WC  France H Leconte 3 2  
   Israel A Mansdorf 3 2     5  United States M Chang 6 6    
5  United States M Chang 6 6    

Section 2[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
6  United States A Krickstein 6 6    
   Sweden M Pernfors 1 3       6  United States A Krickstein 6 5 6  
Q  Haiti R Agénor 7 7     Q  Haiti R Agénor 3 7 4  
   Italy P Canè 6 5         6  United States A Krickstein 4 6 6  
   Austria T Muster 5 6 4       4  United States B Gilbert 6 3 4  
   France Y Noah 7 3 6        France Y Noah 6 6  
SE  Czechoslovakia P Korda 6 6 3   4  United States B Gilbert 7 7    
4  United States B Gilbert 3 7 6       6  United States A Krickstein 4 6 2
8  United States T Mayotte 6 3 3       2  Sweden S Edberg 6 4 6
   Switzerland J Hlasek 2 6 6        Switzerland J Hlasek 4 6 6  
   West Germany C-U Steeb 6 4 6      Argentina M Jaite 6 3 4  
   Argentina M Jaite 2 6 7          Switzerland J Hlasek 4 3  
   Czechoslovakia M Mečíř 6 6         2  Sweden S Edberg 6 6    
   Spain E Sánchez 2 2          Czechoslovakia M Mečíř 6 4  
   Soviet Union A Chesnokov 2 3     2  Sweden S Edberg 7 6    
2  Sweden S Edberg 6 6    

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