1990 Paris Open

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1990 Paris Open
Date 29 October – 5 November
Edition 19th
Category ATP Super 9
Draw 48S / 24D
Prize money $1,650,000
Surface Carpet / indoor
Location Paris, France
Sweden Stefan Edberg [1]
United States Scott Davis / United States David Pate [2]
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The 1990 Paris Open was a men's tennis tournament played on indoor carpet courts. It was the 19th edition of the Paris Masters, and was part of the newly formed ATP Super 9 of the 1990 ATP Tour. It took place at the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy in Paris, France, from 29 October through 5 November 1990.

The draw was headlined by ATP No. 1, Cincinnati, Indian Wells, Miami, Wimbledon and Australian Open titlist Stefan Edberg, Stockholm, Indianapolis winner, Queen's, Hamburg, Tokyo runner-up and Paris defending champion Boris Becker and Australian Open, Milan, Queen's champion, Wimbledon semi-finalist Ivan Lendl. Other top seeds were U.S. Open titlist Pete Sampras, French Open winner Andrés Gómez, Emilio Sánchez, John McEnroe and Brad Gilbert.

Stefan Edberg won the singles title on default after Boris Becker retired injured after just 6 games.


Men's Singles[edit]

Sweden Stefan Edberg defeated Germany Boris Becker, 3–3 (retired)

  • It was Stefan Edberg's 7th title of the year and his 27th overall. It was his 3rd Masters title of the year, and overall.

Men's Doubles[edit]

United States Scott Davis / United States David Pate defeated Australia Darren Cahill / Australia Mark Kratzmann, 5–7, 6–3, 6–4


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