1989 Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon – Doubles

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Doubles
1989 Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon
Champions West Germany Eric Jelen
Denmark Michael Mortensen
Runners-up Switzerland Jakob Hlasek
United States John McEnroe
Final score 6–2, 3–6, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1988 · Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon · 1990 →

Brad Drewett and Broderick Dyke were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Eric Jelen and Michael Mortensen won in the final 6–2, 3–6, 6–3 against Jakob Hlasek and John McEnroe.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Switzerland J Hlasek
United States J McEnroe
6 7  
  France J Potier
West Germany C Saceanu
3 6   1 Switzerland J Hlasek
United States J McEnroe
7 6  
  Iran M Bahrami
France E Winogradsky
6 3     West Germany P Kühnen
West Germany C-U Steeb
5 3  
  West Germany P Kühnen
West Germany C-U Steeb
7 6   1 Switzerland J Hlasek
United States J McEnroe
6 6  
3 West Germany P Baur
Sweden R Bergh
2 6 4   France O Delaître
Canada M Laurendeau
3 4  
  France A Boetsch
France T Champion
6 4 6   France A Boetsch
France T Champion
4 6 6
  Switzerland H Günthardt
Hungary B Taróczy
4 6 6   France O Delaître
Canada M Laurendeau
6 3 7
  France O Delaître
Canada M Laurendeau
6 3 7 1 Switzerland J Hlasek
United States J McEnroe
2 6 3
  Sweden M Gustafsson
Finland O Rahnasto
6 6   2 West Germany E Jelen
Denmark M Mortensen
6 3 6
  United States R Baxter
United States M De Palmer
2 2     Sweden M Gustafsson
Finland O Rahnasto
6 6  
  United States R Matuszewski
Netherlands M Schapers
7 6     United States R Matuszewski
Netherlands M Schapers
7 7  
4 Sweden N Kroon
Sweden P Lundgren
6 3     United States R Matuszewski
Netherlands M Schapers
7 3 4
  Portugal J Cunha e Silva
Belgium E Masso
6 6   2 West Germany E Jelen
Denmark M Mortensen
6 6 6
  United States P Chamberlin
United States T Nelson
4 4     Portugal J Cunha e Silva
Belgium E Masso
3 7 3
  Switzerland C Mezzadri
Italy D Nargiso
6 4   2 West Germany E Jelen
Denmark M Mortensen
6 6 6
2 West Germany E Jelen
Denmark M Mortensen
7 6  

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