1999 Newsweek Champions Cup – Doubles

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1999 Newsweek Champions Cup
Champions   Zimbabwe Wayne Black
Australia Sandon Stolle
Runners-up   South Africa Ellis Ferreira
United States Rick Leach
Final score   7–6(7–4), 6–3
Events
Singles   Doubles

Jonas Björkman and Patrick Rafter were the defending champions, but lost in the second round this year.

Wayne Black and Sandon Stolle won the title, defeating Ellis Ferreira and Rick Leach 7–6(7–4), 6–3 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  1  India Mahesh Bhupathi
 India Leander Paes
3 2    
5  South Africa Ellis Ferreira
 United States Rick Leach
6 6    
  5  South Africa Ellis Ferreira
 United States Rick Leach
64 3  
     Zimbabwe Wayne Black
 Australia Sandon Stolle
77 6  
   Australia Andrew Florent
 Australia David Macpherson
6 4  
     Zimbabwe Wayne Black
 Australia Sandon Stolle
7 6    

Top Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
 
    1  India M Bhupathi
 India L Paes
6 7    
   Spain T Carbonell
 United States D Johnson
3 4          South Africa W Ferreira
 South Africa K Ullyett
3 6    
   South Africa W Ferreira
 South Africa K Ullyett
6 6         1  India M Bhupathi
 India L Paes
7 6    
   United Kingdom N Broad
 South Africa R Koenig
6 6 7       7  United States P Galbraith
 Netherlands P Haarhuis
5 4    
WC  United States J Courier
 United States C Woodruff
1 7 6        United Kingdom N Broad
 South Africa R Koenig
6 3 4
   Russia Y Kafelnikov
 Czech Republic D Vacek
4 4       7  United States P Galbraith
 Netherlands P Haarhuis
4 6 6  
7  United States P Galbraith
 Netherlands P Haarhuis
6 6         1  India M Bhupathi
 India L Paes
3 2  
      5  South Africa E Ferreira
 United States R Leach
6 6  
    3  The Bahamas M Knowles
 Canada D Nestor
7 1 5  
WC  Spain À Corretja
 Spain A Costa
4 5          Spain F Roig
 Spain J Sánchez
6 6 7  
   Spain F Roig
 Spain J Sánchez
6 7            Spain F Roig
 Spain J Sánchez
5 3  
   United States J Grabb
 United States J Palmer
3 6 6       5  South Africa E Ferreira
 United States R Leach
7 6    
   Zimbabwe B Black
 Australia J Eagle
6 3 4        United States J Grabb
 United States J Palmer
1 6 4
WC  Spain C Moyá
 Russia M Safin
3 4       5  South Africa E Ferreira
 United States R Leach
6 4 6  
5  South Africa E Ferreira
 United States R Leach
6 6    

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals
6  Canada S Lareau
 United States A O'Brien
3 2    
   Australia A Florent
 Australia D Macpherson
6 6          Australia A Florent
 Australia D Macpherson
6 7 6  
   United States F Montana
 South Africa G Stafford
6 6 5     Q  Argentina P Albano
 Brazil G Kuerten
7 6 4  
Q  Argentina P Albano
 Brazil G Kuerten
7 4 7          Australia A Florent
 Australia D Macpherson
6 6    
   Czech Republic J Novák
 Czech Republic D Rikl
3 6 6          Czech Republic J Novák
 Czech Republic D Rikl
3 4    
   United States J Gimelstob
 Czech Republic C Suk
6 4 2        Czech Republic J Novák
 Czech Republic D Rikl
6 5 6
    4  Australia T Woodbridge
 Australia M Woodforde
4 7 4  
         Australia A Florent
 Australia D Macpherson
6 4  
8  South Africa D Adams
 South Africa J-L de Jager
2 6 2          Zimbabwe W Black
 Australia S Stolle
7 6  
   Zimbabwe W Black
 Australia S Stolle
6 3 6        Zimbabwe W Black
 Australia S Stolle
6 6    
   South Africa C Haggard
 Australia P Tramacchi
6 7          South Africa C Haggard
 Australia P Tramacchi
4 3    
   United States R Reneberg
 United States J Stark
4 6            Zimbabwe W Black
 Australia S Stolle
6 7  
Q  United States P Goldstein
 Philippines C Mamiit
4 6 1       WC  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
4 5    
WC  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
6 3 6     WC  United States B Bryan
 United States M Bryan
6 3 6
    2  Sweden J Björkman
 Australia P Rafter
4 6 4  
 

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