1989 Geneva Open – Singles

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Singles
1989 Geneva Open
Champion Switzerland Marc Rosset
Runner-up Argentina Guillermo Pérez-Roldán
Final score 6–4, 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles
Main article: 1989 Geneva Open

Marián Vajda was the defending champion, but did not participate this year.

Marc Rosset won the title, defeating Guillermo Pérez-Roldán 6–4, 7–5 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

  Semifinals Final
                         
  WC  Switzerland Marc Rosset 6 3 6  
   Argentina Eduardo Bengoechea 2 6 2  
  WC  Switzerland Marc Rosset 6 7  
  4  Argentina Guillermo Pérez-Roldán 4 5  
4  Argentina Guillermo Pérez-Roldán 6 6  
  Q  Argentina Francisco Yunis 4 3    

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Argentina A Mancini 7 4 6
Q Belgium X Daufresne 5 6 7 Q Belgium X Daufresne 6 6  
  Brazil C Motta 6 6     Brazil C Motta 2 4  
  Soviet Union A Vysand 3 4   Q Belgium X Daufresne 1 2  
  United States L Duncan 7 6   WC Switzerland M Rosset 6 6  
  Switzerland C Mezzadri 6 1     United States L Duncan 2 3  
WC Switzerland M Rosset 6 6   WC Switzerland M Rosset 6 6  
7/WC France G Forget 2 2   WC Switzerland M Rosset 6 3 6
3 Ecuador A Gómez 6 6     Argentina E Bengoechea 2 6 2
  West Germany A Mronz 1 1   3 Ecuador A Gómez 6 6 5
  Argentina E Bengoechea 7 6     Argentina E Bengoechea 7 4 7
  Spain F Luna 5 4     Argentina E Bengoechea 6 6  
  United States J Brown 3 1     Sweden L Jonsson 3 2  
  Sweden L Jonsson 6 6     Sweden L Jonsson 6 7  
  Austria Stefan Lochbihler 3 1   6 Uruguay M Filippini 3 5  
6 Uruguay M Filippini 6 6  

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 3 6  
  Spain J Aguilera 6 7     Spain J Aguilera 6 3 6
WC Switzerland R Stadler 6 5 2   West Germany U Riglewski 1 6 4
  West Germany U Riglewski 4 7 6   Spain J Aguilera 0 2  
  Argentina H de la Peña 6 0 0 4 Argentina G Pérez-Roldán 6 6  
  Argentina R Argüello 2 6 6   Argentina R Argüello 6 2  
  France T Tulasne 5 3   4 Argentina G Pérez-Roldán 7 6  
4 Argentina G Pérez-Roldán 7 6   4 Argentina G Pérez-Roldán 6 6  
8 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B Orešar 2 1   Q Argentina F Yunis 4 3  
Q Argentina F Yunis 6 6   Q Argentina F Yunis 7 6  
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M Ostoja 6 0 7   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M Ostoja 5 3  
Q Argentina G Luza 3 6 6 Q Argentina F Yunis 6 1 6
  Canada M Wostenholme 0 6 5 Q Chile S Cortes 2 6 3
Q Chile S Cortes 6 3 7 Q Chile S Cortes 5 6 6
  Sweden C Bergström 6 0 6   Sweden C Bergström 7 2 1
2 Spain S Bruguera 3 6 2

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