1995 Tel Aviv Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1995 Tel Aviv Open
Champions United States Jim Grabb
United States Jared Palmer
Runners-up United States Kent Kinnear
United States David Wheaton
Final score 6–4, 7–5
Events
Singles Doubles
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Lan Bale and John-Laffnie de Jager were the defending champions, but did not participate together this year. Bale partnered Wayne Black, losing in the semifinals. de Jager partnered Christo van Rensburg, losing in the first round.

Jim Grabb and Jared Palmer won the title, defeating Kent Kinnear and David Wheaton 6–4, 7–5 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United States J Grabb
United States J Palmer
6 7  
  Netherlands T Kempers
Netherlands S Noteboom
4 5   1 United States J Grabb
United States J Palmer
7 6  
  United States J Tarango
United States J Waite
3 7 7   United States J Tarango
United States J Waite
6 4  
WC Italy A Gaudenzi
Austria T Muster
6 5 5 1 United States J Grabb
United States J Palmer
6 6  
4 France R Gilbert
Portugal N Marques
3 3   LL Australia B Larkham
Germany A Thoms
3 3  
  South Africa M Barnard
South Africa B Haygarth
6 6     South Africa M Barnard
South Africa B Haygarth
4 7 4
WC Israel E Ran
Israel N Behr
7 6 6 LL Australia B Larkham
Germany A Thoms
6 5 6
LL Australia B Larkham
Germany A Thoms
5 7 7 1 United States J Grabb
United States J Palmer
6 7  
  Australia W Arthurs
South Africa M Ondruska
7 4 6 3 United States K Kinnear
United States D Wheaton
4 5  
  United States M Bauer
United States B Behrens
5 6 4   Australia W Arthurs
South Africa M Ondruska
1 6  
Q Germany P Baur
Germany J Renzenbrink
4 6   3 United States K Kinnear
United States D Wheaton
6 7  
3 United States K Kinnear
United States D Wheaton
6 7   3 United States K Kinnear
United States D Wheaton
6 4 6
  South Africa L Bale
Zimbabwe W Black
7 7     South Africa L Bale
Zimbabwe W Black
3 6 3
WC Israel A Hadad
Israel H Levy
5 6     South Africa L Bale
Zimbabwe W Black
3 6 7
  South Africa J-L de Jager
South Africa C van Rensburg
6 3   2 Netherlands HJ Davids
South Africa P Norval
6 0 5
2 Netherlands HJ Davids
South Africa P Norval
7 6  

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