1989 Swatch Open – Singles

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Singles
1989 Swatch Open
1988 Champion France Henri Leconte
Champion Soviet Union Andrei Chesnokov
Runner-up France Jérôme Potier
Final score 6–4, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1988 · Swatch Open · 1990 →

Henri Leconte was the defending champion but lost in the second round to Goran Ivanišević.

Andrei Chesnokov won in the final 6–4, 6–4 against Jérôme Potier.

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 Sweden K Carlsson 0 6 2
  Italy C Pistolesi 6 3 6   Italy C Pistolesi 6 6  
Q Uruguay D Pérez 6 6   Q Uruguay D Pérez 3 2  
  Italy D Nargiso 3 2     Italy C Pistolesi 6 3 2
  West Germany U Riglewski 6 4 2   Italy F Cancellotti 4 6 6
  Italy F Cancellotti 3 6 6   Italy F Cancellotti 5 6 6
Q Netherlands M Koevermans 4 4   7 Austria H Skoff 7 4 4
7 Austria H Skoff 6 6     Italy F Cancellotti 5 4  
4 Haiti R Agénor 7 6   WC France J Potier 7 6  
  West Germany T Meinecke 5 3   4 Haiti R Agénor 6 3 6
  Netherlands T Nijssen 3 6 5 WC France J Potier 4 6 7
WC France J Potier 6 3 7 WC France J Potier 2 6 6
  Czechoslovakia K Nováček 6 6   5 Argentina A Mancini 6 4 2
  Czechoslovakia T Šmíd 1 4     Czechoslovakia K Nováček 6 7 4
  Sweden J Gunnarsson 4 3   5 Argentina A Mancini 7 6 6
5 Argentina A Mancini 6 6   WC France Jérôme Potier 4 4  
6 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6   6 Soviet Union Andrei Chesnokov 6 6  
  Australia J Frawley 0 2   6 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6  
  United States L Duncan 6 6     United States L Duncan 1 1  
  France T Tulasne 2 1   6 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 7 6  
WC France A Boetsch 2 4   3 Argentina G Pérez Roldán 6 4  
Q Iran M Bahrami 6 6   Q Iran M Bahrami 5 1  
  Belgium E Masso 0 0   3 Argentina G Pérez Roldán 7 6  
3 Argentina G Pérez Roldán 6 6   6 Soviet Union A Chesnokov 6 6 7
8 Spain J Arrese 6 6     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 4 7 6
WC Argentina G Vilas 0 2   8 Spain J Arrese 6 6 5
  Spain F Luna 6 7     Spain F Luna 7 1 7
  Argentina F Davín 2 6     Spain F Luna 6 3  
  Czechoslovakia M Střelba 1 1     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 7 6  
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 6 6     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević 6 4 6
Q France C Pioline 5 6 3 2 France H Leconte 4 6 3
2 France H Leconte 7 4 6

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