1994 Benson and Hedges Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1994 Heineken Open
Champions United States Patrick McEnroe
United States Jared Palmer
Runners-up Canada Grant Connell
United States Patrick Galbraith
Final score 6–2, 4–6, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Main article: 1994 Heineken Open

Grant Connell and Patrick Galbraith were the defending champions, but lost in the final this year.

Patrick McEnroe and Jared Palmer won the title, defeating Connell and Galbraith 6–2, 4–6, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
6 6  
  United States S Davis
United States D Pate
4 4   1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
6 6  
  United States D Johnson
United States J Sullivan
7 6     United States D Johnson
United States J Sullivan
1 2  
  United States D Flach
United States G Van Emburgh
6 1   1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
6 6  
4 Zimbabwe B Black
United States TJ Middleton
3 1     United States M Bauer
Germany D Prinosil
1 4  
  Italy C Brandi
Spain T Carbonell
6 6     Italy C Brandi
Spain T Carbonell
0 6  
  United States M Bauer
Germany D Prinosil
6 7     United States M Bauer
Germany D Prinosil
6 7  
WC New Zealand S Downs
New Zealand J Greenhalgh
4 5   1 Canada G Connell
United States P Galbraith
2 6 4
  Switzerland J Hlasek
Germany P Kühnen
4 7 6 3 United States P McEnroe
United States J Palmer
6 4 6
  Argentina P Albano
Mexico L Lavalle
6 5 7   Argentina P Albano
Mexico L Lavalle
3 4  
  United States K Kinnear
United States B Shelton
1 2   3 United States P McEnroe
United States J Palmer
6 6  
3 United States P McEnroe
United States J Palmer
6 6   3 United States P McEnroe
United States J Palmer
6 6 6
Q United Kingdom Paul Hand
United Kingdom C Wilkinson
2 2   2 Australia T Woodbridge
Australia M Woodforde
7 4 4
WC New Zealand K Evernden
New Zealand B Steven
6 6   WC New Zealand K Evernden
New Zealand B Steven
3 4  
  South Africa M Ondruska
South Africa G Stafford
6 6 1 2 Australia T Woodbridge
Australia M Woodforde
6 6  
2 Australia T Woodbridge
Australia M Woodforde
4 7 6

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