1989 New South Wales Open – Men's Singles

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Men's Singles
1989 New South Wales Open
1988 Champion Australia John Fitzgerald
Champion United States Aaron Krickstein
Runner-up Soviet Union Andrei Cherkasov
Final score 6–4, 6–2
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
← 1988 · New South Wales Open · 1990 →

John Fitzgerald was the defending champion but did not compete that year.

Aaron Krickstein won in the final 6–4, 6–2 against Andrei Cherkasov.

Seeds[edit]

A champion seed is indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which that seed was eliminated.

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 France H Leconte 4 3  
  Sweden P Lundgren 6 6     Sweden P Lundgren 6 6 2
  Sweden J Nyström 4 0     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B Orešar 2 7 6
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B Orešar 6 6     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B Orešar 7 6  
  France T Tulasne 6 7   7 Australia W Masur 5 4  
  Italy D Nargiso 4 6     France T Tulasne 5 2  
  West Germany P Kühnen 3 7 4 7 Australia W Masur 7 6  
7 Australia W Masur 6 5 6   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B Orešar 0 6 4
3 United States A Krickstein 6 6 6 3 United States A Krickstein 6 2 6
  South Africa P Aldrich 3 7 2 3 United States A Krickstein 6 6  
  United States J Rive 6 7     United States J Rive 3 4  
WC Australia P Doohan 4 6   3 United States A Krickstein 2 6 6
  United States M Davis 6 7     West Germany C-U Steeb 6 3 3
  United States G Layendecker 4 6     United States M Davis 5 3  
  West Germany C-U Steeb 6 4 6   West Germany C-U Steeb 7 6  
5 Australia D Cahill 3 6 1 3 United States Aaron Krickstein 6 6  
6 South Africa C van Rensburg 6 7   WC Soviet Union Andrei Cherkasov 4 2  
  Soviet Union A Olhovskiy 3 6   6 South Africa C van Rensburg 7 7  
Q South Africa B Talbot 2 3     Soviet Union A Volkov 6 6  
  Soviet Union A Volkov 6 6   6 South Africa C van Rensburg 5 3  
  Australia J Frawley 5 6 2 Q France O Delaître 7 6  
  Australia J Stoltenberg 7 4 6   Australia J Stoltenberg 6 2  
Q France O Delaître 6 6   Q France O Delaître 7 6  
4 Sweden J Svensson 2 4   Q France O Delaître 5 1  
8 Sweden M Gustafsson 6 6   WC Soviet Union A Cherkasov 7 6  
Q West Germany A Mronz 2 2   8 Sweden M Gustafsson 6 1 1
  Sweden J Gunnarsson 6 4 3 Q Czechoslovakia L Němeček 3 6 6
Q Czechoslovakia L Němeček 3 6 6 Q Czechoslovakia L Němeček 1 3  
  Mexico L Lavalle 4 1   WC Soviet Union A Cherkasov 6 6  
WC Soviet Union A Cherkasov 6 6   WC Soviet Union A Cherkasov 6 6  
  West Germany C Saceanu 4 6 6   West Germany C Saceanu 3 3  
2 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 4 4

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