1989 Tel Aviv Open – Doubles

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1989 Tel Aviv Open
Champions   United Kingdom Jeremy Bates
West Germany Patrick Baur
Runners-up   Sweden Rikard Bergh
Sweden Per Henricsson
Final score   6–1, 4–6, 6–1
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 1989 Tel Aviv Open

Roger Smith and Paul Wekesa were the defending champions, but did not participate this year.

Jeremy Bates and Patrick Baur won the title, defeating Rikard Bergh and Per Henricsson 6–1, 4–6, 6–1 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

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First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  United States M Anger
 United States T Pawsat
6 6 6  
   New Zealand S Guy
 West Germany A Mronz
7 0 7        New Zealand S Guy
 West Germany A Mronz
6 6    
   Australia Russell Barlow
 Sweden D Engel
6 1        Sweden J Carlsson
 Sweden T Nydahl
2 3    
   Sweden J Carlsson
 Sweden T Nydahl
7 6            New Zealand S Guy
 West Germany A Mronz
3 3    
4  Sweden R Bergh
 Sweden P Henricsson
6 3 6       4  Sweden R Bergh
 Sweden P Henricsson
6 6    
   Israel A Mansdorf
 Romania I Năstase
2 6 1     4  Sweden R Bergh
 Sweden P Henricsson
3 7 6
   Mexico Stefan Dallwitz
 Spain MA Gorriz
4 6        South Africa L Bale
 United States M Ozer
6 6 3  
   South Africa L Bale
 United States Mark Ozer
6 7         4  Sweden R Bergh
 Sweden P Henricsson
1 6 1
   Israel G Bloom
 Nigeria N Odizor
4 3         3  United Kingdom J Bates
 West Germany P Baur
6 4 6
   United Kingdom N Brown
 United Kingdom N Fulwood
6 6          United Kingdom N Brown
 United Kingdom N Fulwood
4 6    
   Brazil D Marcelino
 Belgium E Masso
1 6     3  United Kingdom J Bates
 West Germany P Baur
6 7    
3  United Kingdom J Bates
 West Germany P Baur
6 7         3  United Kingdom J Bates
 West Germany P Baur
6 6  
   Israel S Perkiss
 Israel Raviv Weidenfeld
7 4 6       2  Netherlands P Haarhuis
 Netherlands M Oosting
4 2    
   Italy G Pozzi
 West Germany M Zoecke
6 6 3        Israel S Perkiss
 Israel R Weidenfeld
2 1  
   United States K Kinnear
 Puerto Rico M Nido
7 6 5   2  Netherlands P Haarhuis
 Netherlands M Oosting
6 6    
2  Netherlands P Haarhuis
 Netherlands M Oosting
6 7 7  

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