1989 Geneva Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1989 Geneva Open
Champions Ecuador Andrés Gómez
Argentina Alberto Mancini
Runners-up Iran Mansour Bahrami
Argentina Guillermo Pérez-Roldán
Final score 6–3, 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles
Main article: 1989 Geneva Open

Mansour Bahrami and Tomáš Šmíd were the defending champions, but Šmíd did not participate this year. Bahrami partnered Guillermo Pérez-Roldán, finishing runner-up.

Andrés Gómez and Alberto Mancini won the title, defeating Bahrami and Pérez-Roldán 6–3, 7–5 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Brazil C Motta
United States B Willenborg
6 4 6
  Venezuela A Mora
United States Mark Ozer
0 6 4 1 Brazil C Motta
United States B Willenborg
6 6  
  Australia D Macpherson
Argentina Gerardo Mirad
2 6 7   Australia D Macpherson
Argentina G Mirad
7 7  
  Spain S Bruguera
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
6 4 6   Australia D Macpherson
Argentina G Mirad
4 4  
3 Ecuador A Gómez
Argentina A Mancini
7 7   3 Ecuador A Gómez
Argentina A Mancini
6 6  
  Argentina Fabian Blengino
Argentina G Luza
5 5   3 Ecuador A Gómez
Argentina A Mancini
6 6  
  Switzerland C Mezzadri
Switzerland Stefano Mezzadri
6 3 2   Argentina P Albano
Peru P Arraya
3 2  
  Argentina P Albano
Peru P Arraya
3 6 6 3 Ecuador A Gómez
Argentina A Mancini
6 7  
  Switzerland H Günthardt
Hungary H Taróczy
6 6   2 Iran M Bahrami
Argentina G Pérez-Roldán
3 5  
WC Poland W Fibak
Austria T Muster
7 7   WC Poland W Fibak
Austria T Muster
3 6 6
  Argentina E Bengoechea
Uruguay M Filippini
6 1 6   Argentina E Bengoechea
Uruguay M Filippini
6 3 4
4 Sweden P Svensson
Sweden J Windahl
4 6 2 WC Poland W Fibak
Austria T Muster
6 6 4
  France G Forget
West Germany A Mronz
7 4 6 2 Iran M Bahrami
Argentina G Pérez-Roldán
3 7 6
  Belgium D Langaskens
Romania I Năstase
5 6 3   France G Forget
West Germany A Mronz
6 5  
  Israel G Bloom
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B Orešar
6 6 3 2 Iran M Bahrami
Argentina G Pérez-Roldán
7 7  
2 Iran M Bahrami
Argentina G Pérez-Roldán
3 7 6

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