1993 KAL Cup Korea Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1993 KAL Cup Korea Open
Champions Sweden Jan Apell
Sweden Peter Nyborg
Runners-up United Kingdom Neil Broad
South Africa Gary Muller
Final score 5–7, 7–6, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1992 · KAL Cup Korea Open · 1994 →

Kelly Evernden and Brad Pearce were the defending champions, but did not participate together this year. Evernden partnered Brett Steven, losing in the semifinals. Pearce partnered David Rikl, losing in the first round.

Jan Apell and Peter Nyborg won the title, defeating Neil Broad and Gary Muller 5–7, 7–6, 6–2 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United States B Pearce
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 6  
  United States R Matuszewski
France S Simian
7 7     United States R Matuszewski
France S Simian
4 6  
WC South Korea E-j Chang
South Korea Kim Chi-wan
7 7   WC South Korea E-j Chang
South Korea C-w Kim
6 7  
  South Africa M Barnard
South Africa J de Beer
6 6   WC South Korea E-j Chang
South Korea C-w Kim
5 7 4
3 South Africa J-L de Jager
South Africa C van Rensburg
6 7     Sweden J Apell
Sweden P Nyborg
7 6 6
  United States Rich Benson
Australia N Borwick
4 6   3 South Africa J-L de Jager
South Africa C van Rensburg
7 6 6
  Austria A Antonitsch
United States B Devening
7 1 4   Sweden J Apell
Sweden P Nyborg
6 7 7
  Sweden J Apell
Sweden P Nyborg
6 6 6   Sweden J Apell
Sweden P Nyborg
5 7 6
WC South Korea Shin Han-cheol
South Korea Y-i Yoon
6 6   2 United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa G Muller
7 6 2
  Australia A Kratzmann
Italy G Pozzi
7 7     Australia A Kratzmann
Italy G Pozzi
1 2  
  New Zealand K Evernden
New Zealand B Steven
6 5 6   New Zealand K Evernden
New Zealand B Steven
6 6  
LL South Korea Kim Nam-hoon
South Korea Roh Gap-taik
1 7 4   New Zealand K Evernden
New Zealand B Steven
2 4  
  Brazil F Roese
Czech Republic D Vacek
6 7 7 2 United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa G Muller
6 6  
Q Canada S Lareau
Canada M Laurendeau
7 6 6   Brazil F Roese
Czech Republic D Vacek
6 3  
  United States D Randall
United States K Thorne
5 5   2 United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa G Muller
7 6  
2 United Kingdom N Broad
South Africa G Muller
7 7  

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