1989 Swatch Open – Singles

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1989 Swatch Open
1988 Champion   France Henri Leconte
Champion   Soviet Union Andrei Chesnokov
Runner-up   France Jérôme Potier
Final score   6–4, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Henri Leconte was the defending champion but lost in the second round to Goran Ivanišević.

Andrei Chesnokov won in the final 6–4, 6–4 against Jérôme Potier.

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]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Sweden K Carlsson 0 6 2  
   Italy C Pistolesi 6 3 6        Italy C Pistolesi 6 6    
Q  Uruguay D Pérez 6 6     Q  Uruguay D Pérez 3 2    
   Italy D Nargiso 3 2            Italy C Pistolesi 6 3 2  
   West Germany U Riglewski 6 4 2          Italy F Cancellotti 4 6 6  
   Italy F Cancellotti 3 6 6        Italy F Cancellotti 5 6 6
Q  Netherlands M Koevermans 4 4     7  Austria H Skoff 7 4 4  
7  Austria H Skoff 6 6            Italy F Cancellotti 5 4    
4  Haiti R Agénor 7 6         WC  France J Potier 7 6    
   West Germany T Meinecke 5 3       4  Haiti R Agénor 6 3 6  
   Netherlands T Nijssen 3 6 5   WC  France J Potier 4 6 7  
WC  France J Potier 6 3 7       WC  France J Potier 2 6 6
   Czechoslovakia K Nováček 6 6         5  Argentina A Mancini 6 4 2  
   Czechoslovakia T Šmíd 1 4          Czechoslovakia K Nováček 6 7 4
   Sweden J Gunnarsson 4 3     5  Argentina A Mancini 7 6 6  
5  Argentina A Mancini 6 6         WC  France Jérôme Potier 4 4  
6  Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6         6  Soviet Union Andrei Chesnokov 6 6  
   Australia J Frawley 0 2       6  Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6    
   United States L Duncan 6 6        United States L Duncan 1 1    
   France T Tulasne 2 1         6  Soviet Union A Chesnokov 7 6    
WC  France A Boetsch 2 4         3  Argentina G Pérez-Roldán 6 4    
Q  Iran M Bahrami 6 6       Q  Iran M Bahrami 5 1  
   Belgium E Masso 0 0     3  Argentina G Pérez-Roldán 7 6    
3  Argentina G Pérez-Roldán 6 6         6  Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6 7
8  Spain J Arrese 6 6            Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 4 7 6  
WC  Argentina G Vilas 0 2       8  Spain J Arrese 6 6 5  
   Spain F Luna 6 7        Spain F Luna 7 1 7  
   Argentina F Davín 2 6            Spain F Luna 6 3  
   Czechoslovakia M Střelba 1 1            Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 7 6    
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 6 6          Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 6 4 6
Q  France C Pioline 5 6 3   2  France H Leconte 4 6 3  
2  France H Leconte 7 4 6  


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