1991 Geneva Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1991 Geneva Open
Champions Spain Sergi Bruguera
Switzerland Marc Rosset
Runners-up Sweden Per Henricsson
Sweden Ola Jonsson
Final score 3–6, 6–3, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
Main article: 1991 Geneva Open

Pablo Albano and David Engel were the defending champions, but did not participate this year.

Sergi Bruguera and Marc Rosset won the title, defeating Per Henricsson and Ola Jonsson 3–6, 6–3, 6–2 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Spain Marcos Aurelio Gorriz / Belgium Libor Pimek (Quarterfinals)
  2. Brazil Luiz Mattar / Brazil Jaime Oncins (Quarterfinals, withdrew)
  3. Czechoslovakia Vojtěch Flégl / Croatia Goran Prpić (First Round)
  4. Argentina Horacio de la Peña / Italy Diego Nargiso (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Spain MA Gorriz
Belgium L Pimek
5 6 6
  Spain J Clavet
United States M Jensen
7 4 4 1 Spain MA Gorriz
Belgium L Pimek
3 4  
Q United States M Bauer
Sweden J Gunnarsson
2 6 6 Q United States M Bauer
Sweden J Gunnarsson
6 6  
  Argentina Gustavo Garetto
Argentina M Ingaramo
6 3 2 Q United States M Bauer
Sweden J Gunnarsson
1 5  
4 Argentina H de la Peña
Italy D Nargiso
3 4     Sweden P Henricsson
Sweden O Jonsson
6 7  
WC Soviet Union A Cherkasov
Soviet Union A Medvedev
6 6   WC Soviet Union A Cherkasov
Soviet Union A Medvedev
0 6  
  Sweden P Henricsson
Sweden O Jonsson
6 4 6   Sweden P Henricsson
Sweden O Jonsson
6 7  
  Belgium E Masso
Argentina Gerardo Mirad
1 6 2   Sweden P Henricsson
Sweden O Jonsson
6 3 2
  Spain J Arrese
Spain G López
4 6     Spain S Bruguera
Switzerland M Rosset
3 6 6
  Netherlands M Oosting
Finland O Rahnasto
6 7     Netherlands M Oosting
Finland O Rahnasto
6 6 6
  Sweden J Donar
New Zealand S Guy
6 6     Sweden J Donar
New Zealand S Guy
1 7 3
3 Czechoslovakia V Flégl
Croatia G Prpić
4 4     Netherlands M Oosting
Finland O Rahnasto
6 1 4
  Israel G Bloom
Argentina C Miniussi
0 6     Spain S Bruguera
Switzerland M Rosset
3 6 6
  Spain S Bruguera
Switzerland M Rosset
6 7     Spain S Bruguera
Switzerland M Rosset
w/o    
  Italy R Furlan
Switzerland C Mezzadri
2 2   2 Brazil L Mattar
Brazil J Oncins
     
2 Brazil L Mattar
Brazil J Oncins
6 6  

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