1989 Paris Open – Singles

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Singles
1989 Paris Open
1988 Champion Israel Amos Mansdorf
Champion West Germany Boris Becker
Runner-up Sweden Stefan Edberg
Final score 6–4, 6–3, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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Amos Mansdorf was the defending champion but lost in the first round to Michael Chang.

Boris Becker won in the final 6–4, 6–3, 6–3 against Stefan Edberg.

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]

  • NB: The Final was the best of 5 sets while all other rounds were the best of 3 sets.

Final[edit]

Final
1 West Germany Boris Becker 6 6 6    
2 Sweden Stefan Edberg 4 3 3    

Section 1[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 West Germany B Becker 6 6  
Q Czechoslovakia M Šrejber 3 3   1 West Germany B Becker 6 6 7
WC France F Santoro 5 3   WC France G Forget 7 4 6
WC France G Forget 7 6   1 West Germany B Becker 6 6 7
  United States K Curren 5 4   Q Australia W Masur 7 4 6
Q Australia W Masur 7 6   Q Australia W Masur 4 6 6
  Sweden M Wilander 6 4   7 Argentina A Mancini 6 3 0
7 Argentina A Mancini 7 6   1 West Germany B Becker 7 3 6
3 United States J McEnroe 6 6   3 United States J McEnroe 6 6 3
Q Sweden J Svensson 3 3   3 United States J McEnroe 7 6  
  Austria H Skoff 6 4 6   Austria H Skoff 6 0  
  South Africa C van Rensburg 4 6 3 3 United States J McEnroe 6 6  
WC France H Leconte 7 6   5 United States M Chang 4 3  
SE United States R Matuszewski 6 0   WC France H Leconte 3 2  
  Israel A Mansdorf 3 2   5 United States M Chang 6 6  
5 United States M Chang 6 6  

Section 2[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 United States A Krickstein 6 6  
  Sweden M Pernfors 1 3   6 United States A Krickstein 6 5 6
Q Haiti R Agénor 7 7   Q Haiti R Agénor 3 7 4
  Italy P Canè 6 5   6 United States A Krickstein 4 6 6
  Austria T Muster 5 6 4 4 United States B Gilbert 6 3 4
  France Y Noah 7 3 6   France Y Noah 6 6  
SE Czechoslovakia P Korda 6 6 3 4 United States B Gilbert 7 7  
4 United States B Gilbert 3 7 6 6 United States A Krickstein 4 6 2
8 United States T Mayotte 6 3 3 2 Sweden S Edberg 6 4 6
  Switzerland J Hlasek 2 6 6   Switzerland J Hlasek 4 6 6
  West Germany C-U Steeb 6 4 6   Argentina M Jaite 6 3 4
  Argentina M Jaite 2 6 7   Switzerland J Hlasek 4 3  
  Czechoslovakia M Mečíř 6 6   2 Sweden S Edberg 6 6  
  Spain E Sánchez 2 2     Czechoslovakia M Mečíř 6 4  
  Soviet Union A Chesnokov 2 3   2 Sweden S Edberg 7 6  
2 Sweden S Edberg 6 6  

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