1995 Styrian Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1995 Styrian Open
1994 ChampionsItaly Sandra Cecchini
Argentina Patricia Tarabini
ChampionsItaly Silvia Farina
Hungary Andrea Temesvári
Runners-upFrance Alexandra Fusai
Germany Wiltrud Probst
Final score6–2, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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Sandra Cecchini and Patricia Tarabini were the defending champions but only Cecchini competed that year with Laura Garrone.

Cecchini and Garrone lost in the quarterfinals to Virag Csurgo and Flora Perfetti.

Silvia Farina and Andrea Temesvári won in the final 6–2, 6–2 against Alexandra Fusai and Wiltrud Probst.

Seeds[edit]

Champion seeds are indicated in bold text while text in italics indicates the round in which those seeds were eliminated.

  1. France Alexandra Fusai / Germany Wiltrud Probst (Final)
  2. Italy Silvia Farina / Hungary Andrea Temesvári (Champions)
  3. Austria Petra Schwarz / Slovakia Katarína Studeníková (Semifinals)
  4. Italy Sandra Cecchini / Italy Laura Garrone (Quarterfinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 France A Fusai
Germany W Probst
0 6 6
  Federal Republic of Yugoslavia T Ječmenica
Moldova S Komleva
6 2 4 1 France A Fusai
Germany W Probst
6 6  
WC Austria E Fauth
Austria N Murn
1 3     Germany J Kandarr
Germany S Meier
2 3  
  Germany J Kandarr
Germany S Meier
6 6   1 France A Fusai
Germany W Probst
6 6  
4 Italy S Cecchini
Italy L Garrone
6 0 6   Hungary V Csurgo
Italy F Perfetti
4 2  
  Spain Á Montolio
Spain S Ramón-Cortés
4 6 3 4 Italy S Cecchini
Italy L Garrone
5 3  
Q Spain N Ávila Bonastre
Austria S Moser
2 0     Hungary V Csurgo
Italy F Perfetti
7 6  
  Hungary V Csurgo
Italy F Perfetti
6 6   1 France Alexandra Fusai
Germany Wiltrud Probst
2 2  
  Czech Republic R Pelikánová
Czech Republic A Vašková
6 3 7 2 Italy Silvia Farina
Hungary Andrea Temesvári
6 6  
  Austria S Dopfer
Austria B Schett
2 6 5   Czech Republic R Pelikánová
Czech Republic A Vašková
6 4  
  Argentina B Fulco-Villella
Slovenia T Križan
1 2   3 Austria P Schwarz
Slovakia K Studeníková
7 6  
3 Austria P Schwarz
Slovakia K Studeníková
6 6   3 Austria P Schwarz
Slovakia K Studeníková
6 6  
LL Austria S Resch
Croatia P Rihtaric
0 1   2 Italy S Farina
Hungary A Temesvári
7 7  
  Chinese Taipei J Lee
Croatia S Talaja
6 6     Chinese Taipei J Lee
Croatia S Talaja
2 1  
  Czech Republic E Martincová
Czech Republic J Pospíšilová
5 3   2 Italy S Farina
Hungary A Temesvári
6 6  
2 Italy S Farina
Hungary A Temesvári
7 6  

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