1989 Seoul Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1989 Seoul Open
Champions United States Scott Davis
Kenya Paul Wekesa
Runners-up United States John Letts
United States Bruce Man-Son-Hing
Final score 6–2, 6–4
Events
Singles   Doubles

Andrew Castle and Roberto Saad were the defending champions but only Castle competed that year with Robert Van't Hof.

Castle and Van't Hof lost in the quarterfinals to Scott Davis and Paul Wekesa.

Davis and Wekesa won in the final 6–2, 6–4 against John Letts and Bruce Man-Son-Hing.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Australia B Drewett
Australia J Fitzgerald
6 6 6
  Sweden T Nydahl
Finland O Rahnasto
1 7 7   Sweden T Nydahl
Finland O Rahnasto
3 6 4
  United Kingdom J Goodall
United States J Russell
3 7 3   United States J Canter
Venezuela N Pereira
6 3 6
  United States J Canter
Venezuela N Pereira
6 6 6   United States J Canter
Venezuela N Pereira
6 5 3
4 Australia B Dyke
Sweden T Svantesson
6 3 3   United States J Letts
United States B Man-Son-Hing
3 7 6
  United States J Letts
United States B Man-Son-Hing
2 6 6   United States J Letts
United States B Man-Son-Hing
3 6 6
  South Korea B-S Kim
South Korea J-S Yoo
3 4     United States P Chamberlin
West Germany C Saceanu
6 4 1
  United States P Chamberlin
West Germany C Saceanu
6 6     United States J Letts
United States B Man-Son-Hing
2 4  
  New Zealand S Guy
United States L Scott
2 4     United States S Davis
Kenya P Wekesa
6 6  
  United States M Anger
New Zealand K Evernden
6 6     United States M Anger
New Zealand K Evernden
4 6 5
  Senegal Y Doumbia
France J-P Fleurian
6 6     Senegal Y Doumbia
France J-P Fleurian
6 3 7
3 Australia M Kratzmann
United States G Layendecker
4 4     Senegal Y Doumbia
France J-P Fleurian
2 4  
  United Kingdom J Bates
United States L Shiras
6 2 3   United States S Davis
Kenya P Wekesa
6 6  
  United States S Davis
Kenya P Wekesa
2 6 6   United States S Davis
Kenya P Wekesa
7 6 6
  United States R Baxter
India M Ferreira
6 3 2 2 United Kingdom A Castle
United States R Van't Hof
6 7 4
2 United Kingdom A Castle
United States R Van't Hof
4 6 6

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