1989 BP National Championships – Doubles

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Doubles
1989 BP National Championships
1988 champions United States Dan Goldie
United States Rick Leach
Champions Australia Peter Doohan
Australia Laurie Warder
Runners-up United States Rill Baxter
Canada Glenn Michibata
Final score 3–6, 6–2, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles

Dan Goldie and Rick Leach were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Peter Doohan and Laurie Warder won in the final 3–6, 6–2, 6–3 against Rill Baxter and Glenn Michibata.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. Australia Peter Doohan / Australia Laurie Warder (Champions)
  2. Argentina Horacio de la Peña / New Zealand Kelly Evernden (First Round)
  3. Portugal João Cunha e Silva / Brazil Danilo Marcelino (First Round)
  4. United States Tim Pawsat / Sweden Tobias Svantesson (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Australia P Doohan
Australia L Warder
6 7  
  The Bahamas R Smith
Kenya P Wekesa
3 6   1 Australia P Doohan
Australia L Warder
4 7 6
  United States J Letts
United States B Man-Son-Hing
7 6     United States J Letts
United States B Man-Son-Hing
6 6 4
  United States J Canter
New Zealand B Derlin
6 4   1 Australia P Doohan
Australia L Warder
7 6  
3 Portugal J Cunha e Silva
Brazil D Marcelino
3 6 6   United States L Jensen
United States R Reneberg
6 2  
  United States L Jensen
United States R Reneberg
6 3 8   United States L Jensen
United States R Reneberg
6 7 6
  West Germany P Baur
New Zealand S Guy
7 6     West Germany P Baur
New Zealand S Guy
7 6 3
  Netherlands M Oosting
Sweden L-A Wahlgren
6 4   1 Australia Peter Doohan
Australia Laurie Warder
3 6 6
  India R Krishnan
New Zealand D Lewis
6 4     United States Rill Baxter
Canada Glenn Michibata
6 2 3
  Japan S Matsuoka
United States D Wheaton
7 6     Japan S Matsuoka
United States D Wheaton
6 6 6
  United States J Barham
United States J Klaparda
3 2   4 United States T Pawsat
Sweden T Svantesson
3 7 8
4 United States T Pawsat
Sweden T Svantesson
6 6   4 United States T Pawsat
Sweden T Svantesson
4 4  
  United States R Baxter
Canada G Michibata
6 7     United States R Baxter
Canada G Michibata
6 6  
  United States P Chamberlin
Netherlands M Schapers
2 6     United States R Baxter
Canada G Michibata
7 6  
  United States C Beckman
United States S DeVries
6 6     United States C Beckman
United States S DeVries
5 4  
2 Argentina H de la Peña
New Zealand K Evernden
4 1  

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