1988 Athens Trophy – Singles

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Singles
1988 Athens Trophy
1987 Champion Bulgaria Katerina Maleeva
Champion West Germany Isabel Cueto
Runner-up Italy Laura Golarsa
Final score 6–0, 6–1
Events
Singles Doubles

Katerina Maleeva was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Isabel Cueto won in the final 6–0, 6–1 against Laura Golarsa.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round   Second Round   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
1  West Germany I Cueto 6 6    
   Greece X Anastasiados 0 0       1  West Germany I Cueto 6 6    
   Czechoslovakia I Budařová 6 4 6      Czechoslovakia I Budařová 0 1    
Q  Switzerland E Zardo 4 6 3       1  West Germany I Cueto 6 6    
   Sweden J Jonerup 4 4         5  Greece A Kanellopoulou 2 0    
   Brazil L Corsato 6 6          Brazil L Corsato 3 6  
   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M Jaušovec 2 1     5  Greece A Kanellopoulou 6 7    
5  Greece A Kanellopoulou 6 6         1  West Germany I Cueto 6 6    
3  Austria B Paulus 6 6         3  Austria B Paulus 2 1    
   France M C Calleja 1 3       3  Austria B Paulus 6 7 6  
   Greece O Tsarbopoulou 6 6        Greece O Tsarbopoulou 7 5 1  
   Spain I Varas 2 1         3  Austria B Paulus 6 6  
   Australia A Scott 2 0            West Germany S Frankl 2 3    
   West Germany V Martinek 6 6          West Germany V Martinek 4 6 2
   West Germany S Frankl 5 5        West Germany S Frankl 6 0 6  
7  West Germany S Meier 7 2 r       1  West Germany Isabel Cueto 6 6  
8  Italy L Golarsa 7 6         8  Italy Laura Golarsa 0 1  
   Brazil A Vieira 6 1       8  Italy L Golarsa 6 6    
   Czechoslovakia R Maršíková 6 3 6      Czechoslovakia R Maršíková 2 1    
   Brazil P Medrado 4 6 3       8  Italy L Golarsa 6 6    
Q  West Germany S Hack 5 6 6       Q  West Germany S Hack 4 2    
   Italy S Dalla Valle 7 3 3     Q  West Germany S Hack 6 6  
   United Kingdom S Loosemore 5 7 2   4  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš 4 3    
4  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš 7 6 6       8  Italy L Golarsa 6 6  
6  Italy L Garrone 6 5 1/r       Q  Czechoslovakia L Laskova 3 1    
Q  Czechoslovakia L Laskova 4 7 3     Q  Czechoslovakia L Laskova 4 7 6  
   France K Quentrec 6 4 3   Q  France V Paquet 6 6 2  
Q  France V Paquet 3 6 6       Q  Czechoslovakia L Laskova 6 7  
   France P Etchemendy 6 6         2  Austria J Wiesner 4 5    
   Italy S la Fratta 1 1          France P Etchemendy 4 2  
LL  West Germany M Pawlik 1 1     2  Austria J Wiesner 6 6    
2  Austria J Wiesner 6 6    


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