1989 South Australian Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1989 South Australian Open
Champions United Kingdom Neil Broad
South Africa Stefan Kruger
Runners-up Australia Mark Kratzmann
United States Glenn Layendecker
Final score 6–2, 7–6
Events
Singles Doubles

Darren Cahill and Mark Kratzmann were the defending champions but they competed with different partners that year, Cahill with Mark Woodforde and Kratzmann with Glenn Layendecker.

Cahill and Woodforde lost in the semifinals to Neil Broad and Stefan Kruger.

Kratzmann and Layendecker lost in the final 6–2, 7–6 against Broad and Kruger.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Australia D Cahill
Australia M Woodforde
4 6 6
  Australia J Stoltenberg
Australia T Woodbridge
6 3 4 1 Australia D Cahill
Australia M Woodforde
6 1 6
  France O Delaître
West Germany T Theine
4 5     Australia R Barlow
Netherlands M Koevermans
1 6 1
  Australia R Barlow
Netherlands M Koevermans
6 7   1 Australia D Cahill
Australia M Woodforde
4 3  
4 West Germany P Kühnen
West Germany U Riglewski
3 3     United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa S Kruger
6 6  
  United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa S Kruger
6 6     United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa S Kruger
6 6  
  Australia D Macpherson
Australia S Youl
6 6     Australia D Macpherson
Australia S Youl
4 3  
  Sweden J Apell
Sweden M Tideman
3 2     United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa S Kruger
6 7  
  West Germany A Mronz
Czechoslovakia C Suk
3 4     Australia M Kratzmann
United States G Layendecker
2 6  
  Australia S Barr
Australia R Rasheed
6 6     Australia S Barr
Australia R Rasheed
3 6  
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia I Flego
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
4 4   3 Australia B Dyke
Netherlands T Nijssen
6 7  
3 Australia B Dyke
Netherlands T Nijssen
6 6   3 Australia B Dyke
Netherlands T Nijssen
4 4  
  Australia J Anderson
Australia J Morgan
3 6     Australia M Kratzmann
United States G Layendecker
6 6  
  Soviet Union A Olhovskiy
Soviet Union A Volkov
6 7     Soviet Union A Olhovskiy
Soviet Union A Volkov
7 3 2
  Australia M Kratzmann
United States G Layendecker
4 7 6   Australia M Kratzmann
United States G Layendecker
6 6 6
2 Australia B Drewett
Australia W Masur
6 6 1

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