1988 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix – Singles

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Singles
1988 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix
1987 Champion United States Martina Navratilova
Champion United States Martina Navratilova
Runner-up United States Chris Evert
Final score 6–2, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Martina Navratilova was the defending champion and won in the final 6–2, 6–3 against Chris Evert.

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 United States M Navratilova 6 6  
  West Germany C Porwik 1 2   1 United States M Navratilova 6 6  
Q France C Suire 6 4     Netherlands B Schultz 0 2  
  Netherlands B Schultz 7 6   1 United States M Navratilova 6 6  
  New Zealand B Cordwell 3 2     Czechoslovakia R Zrubáková 1 0  
  Czechoslovakia R Zrubáková 6 6     Czechoslovakia R Zrubáková w/o    
Q France S Amiach 3 4   5 United States M J Fernández      
5 United States M J Fernández 6 6   1 United States M Navratilova 6 6  
3 Argentina G Sabatini 6 6 6   West Germany E Pfaff 4 2  
  Czechoslovakia J Novotná 1 7 7   Czechoslovakia J Novotná 0 1  
  South Africa D van Rensburg 6 4 3   South Africa E Reinach 6 6  
  South Africa E Reinach 3 6 6   South Africa E Reinach 3 6 4
  West Germany I Cueto 6 7     West Germany E Pfaff 6 4 6
  France J Halard 4 5     West Germany I Cueto 6 4 5
  West Germany E Pfaff 4 7 6   West Germany E Pfaff 3 6 7
7 Spain A Sánchez 6 5 4 1 United States Martina Navratilova 6 6  
8 Italy R Reggi 4 7 6 2 United States Chris Evert 2 3  
Q France C Tanvier 6 5 2 8 Italy R Reggi 6 6  
  Austria J Wiesner 3 6 6   Austria J Wiesner 4 4  
  United Kingdom M Javer 6 2 0 8 Italy R Reggi 6 6  
  France N Tauziat 6 6     France N Tauziat 2 3  
  United Kingdom J Durie 3 2     France N Tauziat 6 6  
  Austria B Paulus 6 6     Austria B Paulus 2 2  
4 West Germany C Kohde-Kilsch 3 2   8 Italy R Reggi 3 1  
6 West Germany S Hanika 6 6   2 United States C Evert 6 6  
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Goleš 2 2   6 West Germany S Hanika 6 3 7
  France I Demongeot 3 6 7   France I Demongeot 4 6 6
Q Czechoslovakia J Pospíšilová 6 4 6 6 West Germany S Hanika 0 4  
  Sweden C Lindqvist 4 6 6 2 United States C Evert 6 6  
  West Germany W Probst 6 4 4   Sweden C Lindqvist 1 6  
  West Germany S Meier 3 5   2 United States C Evert 6 7  
2 United States C Evert 6 7  

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