1988 Donnay Indoor Championships – Doubles

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Doubles
1988 Donnay Indoor Championships
Champions Australia Wally Masur
Netherlands Tom Nijssen
Runners-up Australia John Fitzgerald
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd
Final score 7–5, 7–6
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1987 · Donnay Indoor Championships · 1989 →

Boris Becker and Slobodan Živojinović were the defending champions, but did not participate this year.

Wally Masur and Tom Nijssen won the title, defeating John Fitzgerald and Tomáš Šmíd 7–5, 7–6 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. United States Rick Leach / United States Jim Pugh (Quarterfinals)
  2. Australia John Fitzgerald / Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd (Final)
  3. Australia Wally Masur / Netherlands Tom Nijssen (Champions)
  4. West Germany Eric Jelen / West Germany Patrik Kühnen (Semifinals, withdrew)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United States R Leach
United States J Pugh
6 3 6
  Czechoslovakia M Šrejber
Czechoslovakia M Vajda
2 6 3 1 United States R Leach
United States J Pugh
6 5 4
  Sweden M Gustafsson
Czechoslovakia L Pimek
7 4 6   Sweden M Gustafsson
Czechoslovakia L Pimek
0 7 6
  Netherlands HJ Davids
Netherlands J Vekemans
5 6 4   Sweden M Gustafsson
Czechoslovakia L Pimek
3 3  
3 Australia W Masur
Netherlands T Nijssen
4 6 6 3 Australia W Masur
Netherlands T Nijssen
6 6  
  West Germany P Baur
West Germany U Riglewski
6 2 4 3 Australia W Masur
Netherlands T Nijssen
7 6  
  Italy D Nargiso
West Germany C Saceanu
6 7     Italy D Nargiso
West Germany C Saceanu
6 3  
  Switzerland H Günthardt
Hungary B Taróczy
4 6   3 Australia W Masur
Netherlands T Nijssen
7 7  
  Australia R Barlow
Australia A Emerson
6 6   2 Australia J Fitzgerald
Czechoslovakia T Šmíd
5 6  
  Belgium Gunther Vanderveeren
Belgium B Wuyts
2 3     Australia R Barlow
Australia A Emerson
5 3  
  West Germany W Popp
West Germany M Westphal
6 4   4 West Germany E Jelen
West Germany P Kühnen
7 6  
4 West Germany E Jelen
West Germany P Kühnen
7 6   4 West Germany E Jelen
West Germany P Kühnen
     
  United States D Cassidy
United States G Layendecker
w/o     2 Australia J Fitzgerald
Czechoslovakia T Šmíd
w/o    
  Netherlands M Oosting
Netherlands H van Boeckel
        United States D Cassidy
United States G Layendecker
1 7 2
  Belgium D Langaskens
Belgium E Masso
3 6 3 2 Australia J Fitzgerald
Czechoslovakia T Šmíd
6 5 6
2 Australia J Fitzgerald
Czechoslovakia T Šmíd
6 4 6

References[edit]