1988 Wimbledon Championships – Boys' Singles

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Boys' Singles
1988 Wimbledon Championships
ChampionVenezuela Nicolás Pereira
Runner-upFrance Guillaume Raoux
Final score7–6(7–4), 6–2
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
Legends men women seniors
WC Doubles men women
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Nicolás Pereira defeated Guillaume Raoux in the final, 7–6(7–4), 6–2 to win the Boys' Singles tennis title at the 1988 Wimbledon Championships.[1]

Seeds[edit]

01.   Australia Jason Stoltenberg (Quarterfinals)
02.   Australia Johan Anderson (First round)
03.   Soviet Union Andrei Cherkasov (Semifinals)
04.   Australia Todd Woodbridge (Second round)
05.   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Ivanišević (Quarterfinals)
06.   Venezuela Nicolás Pereira (Champion)
07.   Australia Richard Fromberg (Semifinals)
08.   India Zeeshan Ali (Second round)
09.   South Africa Piet Norval (Third round)
10.   Brazil Roberto Jabali (Second round)
11.   n/a
12.   Argentina Patricio Arnold (Third round)
13.   France Guillaume Raoux (Final)
14.   Mexico Luis Herrera (Third round)
15.   Sweden Nicklas Kulti (Second round)
16.   n/a

Click on the seed number of a player to go to their draw section.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
               
1 Australia Jason Stoltenberg 4 3
6 Venezuela Nicolás Pereira 6 6
6 Venezuela Nicolás Pereira 4 7 6
Australia Richard Fromberg 6 6 3
West Germany Arne Thoms 2 6 3
7 Australia Richard Fromberg 6 4 6
6 Venezuela Nicolás Pereira 77 6
13 France Guillaume Raoux 64 2
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Ivanišević 5 1r
3 Soviet Union Andrei Cherkasov 7 2
3 Soviet Union Andrei Cherkasov 3 7 5
13 France Guillaume Raoux 6 6 7
Sweden Lars Jönsson 7 1 4
13 France Guillaume Raoux 5 6 6

Top half[edit]

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
1 Australia Jason Stoltenberg 6 6
Argentina Martin Stringari 4 4 1 Australia J Stoltenberg 6 6
Chile Rodrigo Gana 6 4 3 Argentina G Carbonari 4 1
Argentina Gustavo Carbonari 4 6 6 1 Australia J Stoltenberg 6 6
Brazil Sergio Sarli 5 6 6 Argentina P Arnold 1 1
Belgium Christophe Delzenne 7 1 4 Brazil S Sarli 1 6 3
Ghana Franklyn Ofori 2 4 12 Argentina P Arnold 6 4 6
12 Argentina Patricio Arnold 6 6 1 Australia J Stoltenberg 4 3
9 South Africa Piet Norval 6 6 6 Venezuela N Pereira 6 6
Ecuador Andrés Alarcón 1 3 9 South Africa P Norval 6 6
Philippines Juancho Macaraeg 4 0 United Kingdom C Beecher 3 2
United Kingdom Colin Beecher 6 6 9 South Africa P Norval 62 4
Thailand Narathorn Srichaphan 4 1 6 Venezuela N Pereira 77 6
United Kingdom Mark Petchey 6 6 United Kingdom M Petchey 7 3 4
South Africa David Nainkin 3 4 6 Venezuela N Pereira 5 6 6
6 Venezuela Nicolás Pereira 6 6

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
4 Australia Todd Woodbridge 6 6
South Korea Park Chang-hee 0 0 4 Australia T Woodbridge 1 7 4
West Germany Arne Thoms 6 6 West Germany A Thoms 6 6 6
United States Jared Palmer 2 4 West Germany A Thoms 7 6
Ecuador Giorgio Carneade 6 3 6 Ecuador G Carneade 5 4
United Kingdom Ulli Nganga 1 6 3 Ecuador G Carneade 6 6
Czechoslovakia David Rikl 4 1 15 Sweden N Kulti 2 2
15 Sweden Nicklas Kulti 6 6 West Germany A Thoms 2 6 3
South Africa David Adams 6 6 7 Australia R Fromberg 6 4 6
Pakistan Usman Rahim 4 4 South Africa D Adams 5 2
Italy Cristian Brandi 3 5 Australia J Marinov 7 6
Australia John Marinov 6 7 Australia J Marinov 6 5 1
Switzerland Marc Rosset 6 7 7 Australia R Fromberg 3 7 6
India Asif Ismail 2 6 Switzerland M Rosset 2 6
Soviet Union Vladimir Petrushenko 6 5 3 7 Australia R Fromberg 6 7
7 Australia Richard Fromberg 4 7 6

Bottom half[edit]

Section 3[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Ivanišević 3 6 6
United States Martin Blackman 6 3 2 5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 6 6
United Kingdom Daniel Bishop 3 0 Hungary G Köves 3 2
Hungary Gábor Köves 6 6 5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 77 77
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Zdražila 5 2 United States J Stark 64 63
United States Jonathan Stark 7 6 United States J Stark 6 6
Japan Yasufumi Yamamoto 3 6 3 United Kingdom J Lenton 1 4
United Kingdom James Lenton 6 3 6 5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 5 1r
14 Mexico Luis Herrera 6 6 3 Soviet Union A Cherkasov 7 2
South Korea Kong Tae-hee 3 2 14 Mexico L Herrera 6 6
Italy Cristiano Caratti 6 6 Italy C Caratti 3 2
India Rohit Rajpal 0 2 14 Mexico L Herrera 5 5
United Kingdom Chris Wilkinson 3 6 3 3 Soviet Union A Cherkasov 7 7
United States David DiLucia 6 3 6 United States D DiLucia 1 3
Sweden Magnus Larsson 3 7 3 3 Soviet Union A Cherkasov 6 6
3 Soviet Union Andrei Cherkasov 6 6 6

Section 4[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
8 India Zeeshan Ali 6 6 6
Australia Andrew Florent 7 3 2 8 India Z Ali 3 4
Sweden Lars Jönsson 6 6 Sweden L Jönsson 6 6
New Zealand Andrew Batie 1 3 Sweden L Jönsson 6 4 6
South Korea Shin Han-cheol 6 4 6 South Korea H-c Shin 4 6 3
Brazil Roberto Teofilo 4 6 3 South Korea H-c Shin 6 6
United Kingdom Jeffrey Hunter 6 3 6 10 Brazil R Jabali 4 2
10 Brazil Roberto Jabali 3 6 8 Sweden L Jönsson 7 1 4
13 France Guillaume Raoux 6 7 13 France G Raoux 5 6 6
Spain Germán López 3 5 13 France G Raoux 6 6
Indonesia Benny Wijaya 7 6 Indonesia B Wijaya 0 3
South Korea Shin Ji-hyeob 6 3 13 France G Raoux 77 6
Colombia Mauricio Hadad 6 6 Colombia M Hadad 65 3
South Africa Emile Fourie 2 4 Colombia M Hadad 4 6 10
Poland Lech Sidor 6 4 2 Poland L Sidor 6 1 8
2 Australia Johan Anderson 3 6 3r

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Boys' Singles Finals 1947-2017". wimbledon.com. Wimbledon Championships. Retrieved 13 August 2017.

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