1989 Guarujá Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1989 Guarujá Open
1988 Champions Chile Ricardo Acuña
United States Luke Jensen
Champions Brazil Ricardo Acioly
Brazil Dacio Campos
Runners-up Brazil Cesar Kist
Brazil Mauro Menezes
Final score 7–6, 7–6
Events
Singles Doubles

Ricardo Acuña and Luke Jensen were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Ricardo Acioly and Dacio Campos won in the final 7–6, 7–6 against Cesar Kist and Mauro Menezes.

Seeds[edit]

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

  1. United States Todd Witsken / Peru Jaime Yzaga (Quarterfinals)
  2. Brazil Ricardo Acioly / Brazil Dacio Campos (Champions)
  3. Brazil Luiz Mattar / Brazil Cassio Motta (Semifinals)
  4. Brazil Ivan Kley / Brazil Fernando Roese (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United States T Witsken
Peru J Yzaga
6 7  
  Argentina R Argüello
Brazil J Góes
0 6   1 United States T Witsken
Peru J Yzaga
     
  Argentina R Azar
West Germany P Ballauff
4 1     Brazil N Aerts
Brazil A Hocevar
w/o    
  Brazil N Aerts
Brazil A Hocevar
6 6     Brazil N Aerts
Brazil A Hocevar
4 6 6
4 Brazil I Kley
Brazil F Roese
3 3     Brazil C Kist
Brazil M Menezes
6 3 7
  Brazil C Kist
Brazil M Menezes
6 6     Brazil C Kist
Brazil M Menezes
7 3 6
  Sweden C Allgardh
Ecuador R A Viver
2 3     Argentina J L Clerc
Argentina J Frana
6 6 3
  Argentina J L Clerc
Argentina J Frana
6 6     Brazil Cesar Kist
Brazil Mauro Menezes
6 6  
  Argentina E Bengoechea
Brazil J Daher
6 6   2 Brazil Ricardo Acioly
Brazil Dacio Campos
7 7  
  Brazil G Barbosa
Brazil R Camargo
1 4     Argentina E Bengoechea
Brazil J Daher
     
  Brazil E Oncins
Brazil J Oncins
4 2   3 Brazil L Mattar
Brazil C Motta
w/o    
3 Brazil L Mattar
Brazil C Motta
6 6   3 Brazil L Mattar
Brazil C Motta
3 2  
  Japan E Furusho
Canada M Wostenholme
6 7 6 2 Brazil R Acioly
Brazil D Campos
6 6  
  Brazil R Jabali
Brazil J Soares
7 5 4   Japan E Furusho
Canada M Wostenholme
2 6 3
  Brazil M Hennemann
Brazil E Oliveira
3 7 3 2 Brazil R Acioly
Brazil D Campos
6 4 6
2 Brazil R Acioly
Brazil D Campos
6 6 6

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