1988 Athens Trophy – Doubles

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Doubles
1988 Athens Trophy
1987 champions West Germany Andrea Betzner
Austria Judith Wiesner
Champions Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sabrina Goleš
Austria Judith Wiesner
Runners-up West Germany Silke Frankl
West Germany Sabine Hack
Final score 7–5, 6–0
Events
Singles Doubles

Andrea Betzner and Judith Wiesner were the defending champions but only Wiesner competed that year with Sabrina Goleš.

Goleš and Wiesner won in the final 7–5, 6–0 against Silke Frankl and Sabine Hack.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated.

  1. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sabrina Goleš / Austria Judith Wiesner (Champions)
  2. Argentina Gabriela Mosca / United States Emilse Rapponi-Longo (First Round)
  3. Czechoslovakia Iva Budařová / Brazil Patricia Medrado (Quarterfinals)
  4. Sweden Anna-Karin Olsson / Australia Alison Scott (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš
Austria J Wiesner
6 6  
  Italy L Garrone
Italy L Golarsa
3 1   1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš
Austria J Wiesner
7 6  
  Hong Kong P Moreno
Austria H Sprung
6 1 7   Hong Kong P Moreno
Austria H Sprung
5 4  
  Italy S Dalla Valle
West Germany C Schneider
4 6 5 1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš
Austria J Wiesner
6 6  
4 Sweden A-K Olsson
Australia A Scott
6 6   4 Sweden A-K Olsson
Australia A Scott
4 4  
  France M C Calleja
Greece A Kanellopoulou
3 2   4 Sweden A-K Olsson
Australia A Scott
3 6 6
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M Jaušovec
Czechoslovakia R Maršíková
6 6     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M Jaušovec
Czechoslovakia R Maršíková
6 4 4
  Brazil L Corsato
Argentina A Tiezzi
2 3   1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sabrina Goleš
Austria Judith Wiesner
7 6  
  West Germany S Frankl
West Germany S Hack
6 6     West Germany Silke Frankl
West Germany Sabine Hack
5 0  
  Czechoslovakia L Laskova
West Germany V Martinek
1 3     West Germany S Frankl
West Germany S Hack
6 6  
  France P Etchemendy
France K Quentrec
3 2   3 Czechoslovakia I Budařová
Brazil P Medrado
4 1  
3 Czechoslovakia I Budařová
Brazil P Medrado
6 6     West Germany S Frankl
West Germany S Hack
3 7 7
  France F Martin
France V Paquet
2 6 6   France F Martin
France V Paquet
6 5 5
  West Germany I Cueto
West Germany S Meier
6 4 3   France F Martin
France V Paquet
6 7  
  Austria B Paulus
Greece O Tsarbopoulou
3 6 7   Austria B Paulus
Greece O Tsarbopoulou
3 5  
2 Argentina G Mosca
United States E Rapponi-Longo
6 4 5

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