1989 Dutch Open – Singles

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Singles
1989 Dutch Open
Champion Czechoslovakia Karel Nováček
Runner-up Spain Emilio Sánchez
Final score 6–2, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Emilio Sánchez was the defending champion, but finished runner-up this year.

Karel Nováček won the tournament, beating Sánchez in the final, 6–2, 6–4.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Sweden Kent Carlsson (First Round)
  2. Spain Emilio Sánchez (Final)
  3. Soviet Union Andrei Chesnokov (Quarterfinals)
  4. Austria Horst Skoff (Quarterfinals)
  5. Italy Paolo Canè (Semifinals)
  6. N/A
  7. Spain Javier Sánchez (Second Round)
  8. Czechoslovakia Karel Nováček (Champion)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
8 Czechoslovakia Karel Nováček 6 7  
  Spain Tomás Carbonell 3 6  
8 Czechoslovakia Karel Nováček 6 6  
2 Spain Emilio Sánchez 2 4  
5 Italy Paolo Canè 2 2  
2 Spain Emilio Sánchez 6 6  

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Sweden K Carlsson 3 5  
  Netherlands P Haarhuis 6 7     Netherlands P Haarhuis 7 6  
Q Argentina R Azar 1 6 6 Q Argentina R Azar 6 2  
  Sweden N Kroon 6 3 2   Netherlands P Haarhuis 2 3  
  Spain S Casal 6 6   8 Czechoslovakia K Nováček 6 6  
  Austria Stefan Lochbihler 2 2     Spain S Casal 3 6 3
  Czechoslovakia J Čihák 6 3 6 8 Czechoslovakia K Nováček 6 3 6
8 Czechoslovakia K Nováček 2 6 7 8 Czechoslovakia K Nováček 6 7  
4 Austria H Skoff 6 6     Spain T Carbonell 3 6  
  West Germany U Riglewski 4 4   4 Austria H Skoff 6 7  
  Sweden T Nydahl 6 6 7   Sweden T Nydahl 2 6  
Q Spain F Clavet 1 7 6 4 Austria H Skoff 5 3  
WC Netherlands HJ Davids 1 4     Spain T Carbonell 7 6  
  Italy C Pistolesi 6 6     Italy C Pistolesi 6 5 2
  Spain T Carbonell 6 6     Spain T Carbonell 4 7 6
LL Netherlands R Kok 1 2  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Italy P Canè 6 6 6
LL Sweden P Nyborg 4 7 1 5 Italy P Canè 6 6  
  Czechoslovakia J Bulant 6 2   Q West Germany C Geyer 4 2  
Q West Germany C Geyer 7 6   5 Italy P Canè 7 1 6
  Uruguay D Pérez 6 6   3 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 5 6 4
  Australia C Limberger 1 0     Uruguay D Pérez 2 2  
  France T Champion 3 1   3 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6  
3 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6   5 Italy P Canè 2 2  
7 Spain J Sánchez 6 7   2 Spain E Sánchez 6 6  
WC Netherlands P Dogger 3 6   7 Spain J Sánchez 6 6 6
Q Netherlands J Eltingh 5 1     Argentina F Davín 7 3 7
  Argentina F Davín 7 6     Argentina F Davín 7 1 3
  Soviet Union A Vysand 1 3   2 Spain E Sánchez 6 6 6
  Argentina G Giussani 6 6     Argentina G Giussani 6 2 2
  Netherlands T Nijssen 6 5   2 Spain E Sánchez 1 6 6
2 Spain E Sánchez 7 7  

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