1988 Rainha Cup – Doubles

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Doubles
1988 Rainha Cup
1987 Champions United States Katrina Adams
United States Cheryl Jones
Champions Argentina Bettina Fulco
Argentina Mercedes Paz
Runners-up Netherlands Carin Bakkum
Netherlands Simone Schilder
Final score 6–3, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Katrina Adams and Cheryl Jones were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Bettina Fulco and Mercedes Paz won in the final 6–3, 6–4 against Carin Bakkum and Simone Schilder.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. Argentina Bettina Fulco / Argentina Mercedes Paz (Champions)
  2. Netherlands Carin Bakkum / Netherlands Simone Schilder (Final)
  3. Argentina Adriana Villagrán / United States Emilse Raponi-Longo (First Round)
  4. Brazil Gisele Miró / Argentina Gabriela Mosca (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Argentina B Fulco
Argentina M Paz
6 6  
  United States L Spadea
Finland A Aallonen
4 0   1 Argentina B Fulco
Argentina M Paz
6 6  
  United States J Pisarcik
Peru K Strohmeier
4 2     Switzerland M Strebel
Argentina A Tiezzi
1 3  
  Switzerland M Strebel
Argentina A Tiezzi
6 6   1 Argentina B Fulco
Argentina M Paz
6 6  
3 Argentina A Villagrán
United States E Raponi-Longo
6 3 2   Poland R Baranski
Chile M Miranda
4 2  
  Poland R Baranski
Chile M Miranda
3 6 6   Poland R Baranski
Chile M Miranda
3 6 6
  Peru P Collantes
United States M Norwood
4 6 6   Peru P Collantes
United States M Norwood
6 3 4
  Argentina N Marcucci
Spain A Radics
6 1 3 1 Argentina Bettina Fulco
Argentina Mercedes Paz
6 6  
  Spain J Souto
Spain R Bielsa
2 6 3 2 Netherlands Carin Bakkum
Netherlands Simone Schilder
3 4  
  Switzerland C Cohen
Peru P Vásquez
6 1 6   Switzerland C Cohen
Peru P Vásquez
7 2 2
  Brazil L Corsato
Uruguay P Miller
5 5   4 Brazil G Miró
Argentina G Mosca
6 6 6
4 Brazil G Miró
Argentina G Mosca
7 7   4 Brazil G Miró
Argentina G Mosca
3 6 4
  Brazil C Chabalgoity
Brazil L Della Casa
6 6   2 Netherlands C Bakkum
Netherlands S Schilder
6 4 6
  Brazil G Faria
Mexico L Riefkohl
2 1     Brazil C Chabalgoity
Brazil L Della Casa
3 1  
  Brazil L Tella
Brazil A Vieira
1 5   2 Netherlands C Bakkum
Netherlands S Schilder
6 6  
2 Netherlands C Bakkum
Netherlands S Schilder
6 7  

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