1999 Heineken Open – Doubles

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1999 Heineken Open
Champions   United States Jeff Tarango
Czech Republic Daniel Vacek
Runners-up   Czech Republic Jiří Novák
Czech Republic David Rikl
Final score   7–5, 7–5
Events
Singles   Doubles
Main article: 1999 Heineken Open

Patrick Galbraith and Brett Steven were the defending champions, but Galbraith did not participate this year. Steven partnered James Greenhalgh, losing in the quarterfinals.

Jeff Tarango and Daniel Vacek won the title, defeating Jiří Novák and David Rikl 7–5, 7–5 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 South Africa E Ferreira
United States R Leach
2 6  
WC New Zealand J Greenhalgh
New Zealand B Steven
6 7   WC New Zealand J Greenhalgh
New Zealand B Steven
5 4  
  South Africa M Barnard
South Africa P Rosner
4 4   Q United States G Grant
United States TJ Middleton
7 6  
Q United States G Grant
United States TJ Middleton
6 6   Q United States G Grant
United States TJ Middleton
3 6 3
3 United States J Tarango
Czech Republic D Vacek
6 6 7 3 United States J Tarango
Czech Republic D Vacek
6 3 6
LL Netherlands S Schalken
Italy L Tieleman
7 1 6 3 United States J Tarango
Czech Republic D Vacek
7 7  
  United States E Taino
United States J Waite
7 6 7   United States E Taino
United States J Waite
5 5  
  United States B Coupe
The Bahamas M Merklein
6 7 6 3 United States J Tarango
Czech Republic D Vacek
7 7  
  Italy M Bertolini
United States D Bowen
6 7   2 Czech Republic J Novák
Czech Republic D Rikl
5 5  
  Argentina D del Rio
Brazil F Meligeni
3 5     Italy M Bertolini
United States D Bowen
7 6  
  South Africa L Bale
South Africa B Haygarth
7 6     South Africa L Bale
South Africa B Haygarth
6 3  
4 Netherlands M Oosting
Czech Republic P Vízner
6 1     Italy M Bertolini
United States D Bowen
4 5  
WC Sweden M Norman
Romania A Pavel
5 6 6 2 Czech Republic J Novák
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 7  
WC Spain F Mantilla
Russia M Safin
7 3 7 WC Spain F Mantilla
Russia M Safin
4 2  
  Germany T Haas
United States V Spadea
4 3   2 Czech Republic J Novák
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 6  
2 Czech Republic J Novák
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 6  

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