1989 Swatch Open – Doubles

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1989 Swatch Open
1988 champions   France Guy Forget
France Henri Leconte
Champions   West Germany Ricki Osterthun
West Germany Udo Riglewski
Runners-up   Switzerland Heinz Günthardt
Hungary Balázs Taróczy
Final score   7–6, 6–7, 6–1
Events
Singles   Doubles

Guy Forget and Henri Leconte were the defending champions but only Leconte competed that year with Eric Winogradsky.

Leconte and Winogradsky lost in the quarterfinals to Heinz Günthardt and Balázs Taróczy.

Ricki Osterthun and Udo Riglewski won in the final 7–6, 6–7, 6–1 against Günthardt and Taróczy.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. Italy Claudio Panatta / Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd (First Round)
  2. Switzerland Heinz Günthardt / Hungary Balázs Taróczy (Final)
  3. Sweden Jan Gunnarsson / Denmark Michael Mortensen (Quarterfinals)
  4. Netherlands Mark Koevermans / Netherlands Tom Nijssen (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Italy C Panatta
 Czechoslovakia T Šmíd
4 3    
   Belgium E Masso
 Italy D Nargiso
6 6          Belgium E Masso
 Italy D Nargiso
6 6 7  
   West Germany T Meinecke
 West Germany M Stich
6 6        West Germany T Meinecke
 West Germany M Stich
7 1 6  
   Sweden R Båthman
 Sweden R Bergh
2 3            Belgium E Masso
 Italy D Nargiso
6 6 6  
3  Sweden J Gunnarsson
 Denmark M Mortensen
4 7 7          West Germany R Osterthun
 West Germany U Riglewski
7 3 7  
   Iran M Bahrami
 Uruguay D Pérez
6 6 6     3  Sweden J Gunnarsson
 Denmark M Mortensen
6 3 3
   West Germany R Osterthun
 West Germany U Riglewski
7 6        West Germany R Osterthun
 West Germany U Riglewski
4 6 6  
   Peru P Arraya
 Sweden L-A Wahlgren
6 4            West Germany Ricki Osterthun
 West Germany Udo Riglewski
7 6 6
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
 Austria H Skoff
4 4         2  Switzerland Heinz Günthardt
 Hungary Balázs Taróczy
6 7 1
   Argentina G Luza
 Argentina G Pérez-Roldán
6 6          Argentina G Luza
 Argentina G Pérez-Roldán
4 6 4  
   Sweden N Kroon
 Czechoslovakia K Nováček
6 6 7      Sweden N Kroon
 Czechoslovakia K Nováček
6 4 6  
4  Netherlands M Koevermans
 Netherlands T Nijssen
7 3 6          Sweden N Kroon
 Czechoslovakia K Nováček
3 6  
   France H Leconte
 France E Winogradsky
6 6         2  Switzerland H Günthardt
 Hungary B Taróczy
6 7    
   France J Potier
 France T Tulasne
2 4          France H Leconte
 France E Winogradsky
5 5  
   France A Boetsch
 France T Champion
2 2     2  Switzerland H Günthardt
 Hungary B Taróczy
7 7    
2  Switzerland H Günthardt
 Hungary B Taróczy
6 6    

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