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
← 1987 · Athens Trophy · 1989 →

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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