1993 Citizen Cup – Doubles

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1993 Citizen Cup
Champions   Germany Steffi Graf
Australia Rennae Stubbs
Runners-up   Latvia Larisa Neiland
Czech Republic Jana Novotná
Final score   6–4, 7–6(7–5)
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 1993 Citizen Cup

Steffi Graf and Rennae Stubbs were the defending champions, and they successfully defended their title by defeating Larisa Neiland and Jana Novotná in the final, 6–4, 7–6(7–5).

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  Latvia L Neiland
 Czech Republic J Novotná
w/o      
   Bulgaria M Maleeva
 Switzerland M Maleeva-Fragniere
          1  Latvia L Neiland
 Czech Republic J Novotná
w/o      
   Netherlands I Driehuis
 Germany C Singer
3 4          Bulgaria K Maleeva
 Germany B Rittner
       
   Bulgaria K Maleeva
 Germany B Rittner
6 6         1  Latvia L Neiland
 Czech Republic J Novotná
6 6    
4  Russia E Maniokova
 Georgia (country) L Meskhi
3 0            Germany A Huber
 Austria J Wiesner
2 2    
   Germany A Huber
 Austria J Wiesner
6 6          Germany A Huber
 Austria J Wiesner
6 6  
WC  Germany E Pfaff
 Germany C Schneider
6 6       WC  Germany E Pfaff
 Germany C Schneider
1 3    
   Argentina B Fulco
 France N van Lottum
0 3         1  Latvia L Neiland
 Czech Republic J Novotná
4 65  
   Ukraine E Brioukhovets
 Germany K Kschwendt
3 6 3       2  Germany S Graf
 Australia R Stubbs
6 77  
   Sweden M Lindström
 Sweden M Strandlund
6 3 6        Sweden M Lindström
 Sweden M Strandlund
2 6 6  
   Bulgaria E Pampoulova
 Poland K Teodorowicz
2 4       3  Spain A Sánchez Vicario
 Argentina P Tarabini
6 0 3  
3  Spain A Sánchez Vicario
 Argentina P Tarabini
6 6            Sweden M Lindström
 Sweden M Strandlund
3 2  
   Germany M Babel
 Germany W Probst
6 77         2  Germany S Graf
 Australia R Stubbs
6 6    
   United Kingdom J Durie
 Ukraine N Medvedeva
4 63          Germany M Babel
 Germany W Probst
1 4  
Q  Israel N Barkan
 Ukraine O Lugina
2 2       2  Germany S Graf
 Australia R Stubbs
6 6    
2  Germany S Graf
 Australia R Stubbs
6 6    

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