1989 Stella Artois Indoor – Doubles

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1989 Stella Artois Indoor
Champions   Switzerland Jakob Hlasek
United States John McEnroe
Runners-up   Switzerland Heinz Günthardt
Hungary Balázs Taróczy
Final score   6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

The 1989 Stella Artois professional tennis tournament was part of the ATP World Tour and was held in Milan, Italy. Boris Becker and Eric Jelen were the defending champions but only Jelen competed in 1989 with Wally Masur. Jelen and Masur lost in the first round to Paolo Canè and Michael Mortensen.

Jakob Hlasek and John McEnroe won in the final 6–3, 6–4 against Heinz Günthardt and Balázs Taróczy.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  West Germany E Jelen
 Australia W Masur
4 6    
   Italy P Canè
 Denmark M Mortensen
6 7          Italy P Canè
 Denmark M Mortensen
7 4 4  
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Živojinović
6 6        Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Živojinović
6 6 6  
   Sweden M Gustafsson
 Italy C Panatta
3 3            Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Živojinović
       
3  West Germany P Kühnen
 West Germany C-U Steeb
5 3            Switzerland H Günthardt
 Hungary B Taróczy
w/o      
   Switzerland H Günthardt
 Hungary B Taróczy
7 6          Switzerland H Günthardt
 Hungary B Taróczy
6 6  
   Soviet Union A Olhovskiy
 Netherlands M Schapers
2 4        Soviet Union A Chesnokov
 Soviet Union A Volkov
4 4    
   Soviet Union A Chesnokov
 Soviet Union A Volkov
6 6            Switzerland H Günthardt
 Hungary B Taróczy
3 4  
   Czechoslovakia M Mečíř
 Czechoslovakia M Šrejber
6 6 4       2  Switzerland J Hlasek
 United States J McEnroe
6 6  
   Italy O Camporese
 Italy M Narducci
3 7 6        Italy O Camporese
 Italy M Narducci
6 5 6  
   West Germany T Meinecke
 West Germany R Osterthun
4 6 3   4  Switzerland C Mezzadri
 Italy D Nargiso
4 7 3  
4  Switzerland C Mezzadri
 Italy D Nargiso
6 3 6          Italy O Camporese
 Italy M Narducci
4 1  
   Sweden A Järryd
 Sweden J Svensson
6 6         2  Switzerland J Hlasek
 United States J McEnroe
6 6    
   Spain T Carbonell
 France E Winogradsky
1 2          Sweden A Järryd
 Sweden J Svensson
1 5  
   Italy S Colombo
 Italy N Devide
4 1     2  Switzerland J Hlasek
 United States J McEnroe
6 7    
2  Switzerland J Hlasek
 United States J McEnroe
6 6    

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