1990 ATP German Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1990 ATP German Open
1989 Champions Spain Emilio Sánchez
Spain Javier Sánchez
Champions Spain Sergi Bruguera
United States Jim Courier
Runners-up West Germany Udo Riglewski
West Germany Michael Stich
Final score 4–6, 6–1, 7–6
Events
Singles Doubles
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Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated. The top four seeded teams received byes into the second round.

  1. Sweden Anders Järryd / Spain Emilio Sánchez (Second Round)
  2. Ecuador Andrés Gómez / Spain Javier Sánchez (Second Round)
  3. France Guy Forget / Switzerland Jakob Hlasek (Quarterfinals)
  4. Mexico Jorge Lozano / United States Todd Witsken (Quarterfinals)
  5. United States Kevin Curren / Australia Laurie Warder (First Round)
  6. Czechoslovakia Petr Korda / Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd (Second Round)
  7. Iran Mansour Bahrami / France Eric Winogradsky (Second Round)
  8. Denmark Michael Mortensen / Netherlands Tom Nijssen (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Final
         
WC Spain Sergi Bruguera
United States Jim Courier
7 6
  West Germany Udo Riglewski
West Germany Michael Stich
6 2

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Sweden A Järryd
Spain E Sánchez
2 4  
Q Argentina P Albano
Argentina H de la Peña
6 6   Q Argentina P Albano
Argentina H de la Peña
6 6  
WC West Germany E Jelen
West Germany M Westphal
1 3   Q Argentina P Albano
Argentina H de la Peña
5 6 2
WC West Germany P Kühnen
West Germany M Zoecke
2 3     Argentina G Luza
Brazil C Motta
7 2 6
  Argentina G Luza
Brazil C Motta
6 6     Argentina G Luza
Brazil C Motta
6 6  
  Netherlands P Haarhuis
Netherlands M Schapers
7 4 6 7 Iran M Bahrami
France E Winogradsky
4 1  
7 Iran M Bahrami
France E Winogradsky
6 6 7   Argentina G Luza
Brazil C Motta
1 3
WC Spain S Bruguera
United States J Courier
6 6
3 France G Forget
Switzerland J Hlasek
6 7  
  Czechoslovakia T Anzari
Czechoslovakia D Rikl
2 3     Argentina J Frana
Brazil L Mattar
4 5  
  Argentina J Frana
Brazil L Mattar
6 6   3 France G Forget
Switzerland J Hlasek
2 4  
  Argentina M Jaite
Uruguay D Pérez
4 4   WC Spain S Bruguera
United States J Courier
6 6  
  Sweden D Engel
Sweden P Henricsson
6 6     Sweden D Engel
Sweden P Henricsson
7 6 4
WC Spain S Bruguera
United States J Courier
4 6 7 WC Spain S Bruguera
United States J Courier
5 7 6
5 United States K Curren
Australia L Warder
6 4 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
6 Czechoslovakia P Korda
Czechoslovakia T Šmíd
6 7  
  South Africa S Kruger
South Africa B Talbot
3 5   6 Czechoslovakia P Korda
Czechoslovakia T Šmíd
6 6 6
  Uruguay M Filippini
France J-P Fleurian
2 6 6   West Germany U Riglewski
West Germany M Stich
3 7 7
  West Germany U Riglewski
West Germany M Stich
6 7   West Germany U Riglewski
West Germany M Stich
4 6 7
  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
Hungary B Taróczy
6 6   4 Mexico J Lozano
United States T Witsken
6 1 6
  Czechoslovakia K Nováček
Czechoslovakia M Šrejber
4 3     Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia G Ivanišević
Hungary B Taróczy
1 3  
4 Mexico J Lozano
United States T Witsken
6 6  
  West Germany U Riglewski
West Germany M Stich
7 6  
8 Denmark M Mortensen
Netherlands T Nijssen
4 5     Czechoslovakia J Čihák
Czechoslovakia C Suk
6 2  
  Sweden R Båthman
Australia D Macpherson
6 7     Sweden R Båthman
Australia D Macpherson
2 5  
  United States C Beckman
United States L Jensen
6 7     United States C Beckman
United States L Jensen
6 7  
  Brazil D Marcelino
Brazil M Menezes
3 6     United States C Beckman
United States L Jensen
2 5
Q Sweden R Bergh
Sweden M Gustafsson
4 4     Czechoslovakia J Čihák
Czechoslovakia C Suk
6 7
  Czechoslovakia J Čihák
Czechoslovakia C Suk
6 6     Czechoslovakia J Čihák
Czechoslovakia C Suk
3 6 6
2 Ecuador A Gómez
Spain J Sánchez
6 3 2

External links[edit]