1993 Benson and Hedges Open – Doubles

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1993 Heineken Open
Champions   Canada Grant Connell
United States Patrick Galbraith
Runners-up   Austria Alex Antonitsch
Russia Alexander Volkov
Final score   6–3, 7–6
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 1993 Heineken Open

Wayne Ferreira and Jim Grabb were the defending champions, but did not participate this year.

Grant Connell and Patrick Galbraith won the title, defeating Alex Antonitsch and Alexander Volkov 6–3, 7–6 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
6 7  
  Sweden J Donar
Sweden O Jonsson
3 6   1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
6 7  
  Australia J Morgan
Australia S Youl
6 3 5   Italy C Brandi
Spain MA Gorriz
3 6  
  Italy C Brandi
Spain MA Gorriz
3 6 7 1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
0 6 6
4 United States TJ Middleton
United States S Salumaa
6 7   Q Canada S Lareau
Canada D Nestor
6 3 4
  United States B Devening
Czech Republic T Anzari
1 6   4 United States TJ Middleton
United States S Salumaa
3 4  
Q Canada S Lareau
Canada D Nestor
5 7 7 Q Canada S Lareau
Canada D Nestor
6 6  
  United States Doug Eisenman
United States T Mercer
7 6 6 1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
6 7  
  United States B Shelton
Sweden T Svantesson
3 6 6 WC Austria A Antonitsch
Russia A Volkov
3 6  
  Uruguay M Filippini
Brazil L Mattar
6 3 4   United States B Shelton
Sweden T Svantesson
4 3  
  Germany L Koslowski
Germany M Naewie
3 7 3 3 South Africa R Deppe
New Zealand B Steven
6 6  
3 South Africa R Deppe
New Zealand B Steven
6 6 6 3 South Africa R Deppe
New Zealand B Steven
4 6 2
WC New Zealand Alistair Hunt
New Zealand Glenn Wilson
6 4 5 WC Austria A Antonitsch
Russia A Volkov
6 2 6
  United Kingdom J Bates
Netherlands M Schapers
3 6 7   United Kingdom J Bates
Netherlands M Schapers
2 2  
WC Austria A Antonitsch
Russia A Volkov
7 4 6 WC Austria A Antonitsch
Russia A Volkov
6 6  
2 Czech Republic M Damm
Czech Republic V Flégl
5 6 4

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