1996 Challenge Bell – Doubles

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Doubles
1996 Challenge Bell
Champions United States Debbie Graham
Netherlands Brenda Schultz-McCarthy
Runners-up United States Amy Frazier
United States Kimberly Po
Final score 6–1, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
← 1995 · Tournoi de Québec · 1997 →

Nicole Arendt and Manon Bollegraf were the defending champions, but Bollegraf decided not to participate this year. Arendt partnered with Katrina Adams, but lost in the semifinals to Debbie Graham and Brenda Schultz-McCarthy.

Graham and Schultz-McCarthy went on to win the title, defeating Amy Frazier and Kimberly Po 6–1, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 United States K Adams
United States N Arendt
6 6
Argentina F Labat
Spain V Ruano-Pascual
3 2 1 United States K Adams
United States N Arendt
7 4 6
Canada S Jeyaseelan
Canada R Simpson
7 4 2 United States C Morariu
United States T W-Jones
6 6 3
United States C Morariu
United States T W-Jones
5 6 6 1 United States K Adams
United States N Arendt
4 0
3 United States D Graham
Netherlands B Schultz-McCarthy
7 6 3 United States D Graham
Netherlands B Schultz-McCarthy
6 6
Canada P Hy-Boulais
Russia E Likhovtseva
6 3 3 United States D Graham
Netherlands B Schultz-McCarthy
6 2 6
WC Canada I Plesu
Canada C Popescu
3 1 Belgium E Callens
Belgium N Feber
2 6 3
Belgium E Callens
Belgium N Feber
6 6 3 United States D Graham
Netherlands B Schultz-McCarthy
6 6
Q Canada M Drake
Canada J Nejedly
4 6 6 4 United States A Frazier
United States K Po
1 4
Argentina L Montalvo
Argentina P Suárez
6 3 4 Q Canada M Drake
Canada J Nejedly
5 2
LL United States J Ingram
United States K Kurth
0 2 4 United States A Frazier
United States K Po
7 6
4 United States A Frazier
United States K Po
6 6 4 United States A Frazier
United States K Po
6 6
Slovenia T Križan
Croatia M Murić
3 6 2 United States L Raymond
Australia R Stubbs
4 3
United States A Lettiere
Japan N Miyagi
6 7 United States A Lettiere
Japan N Miyagi
4 6 1
Canada M Bernard
Canada C Delisle
3 3 2 United States L Raymond
Australia R Stubbs
6 3 6
2 United States L Raymond
Australia R Stubbs
6 6

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