1996 Salem Open Beijing – Doubles

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Doubles
1996 Salem Open Beijing
and the Nokia Open
Champions Czech Republic Martin Damm
Russia Andrei Olhovskiy
Runners-up Germany Patrik Kühnen
South Africa Gary Muller
Final score 6–4, 7–5
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
← 1995 · Salem Open Beijing · 1997 →
← 1995 · Nokia Open · 1997 →

Tommy Ho and Sébastien Lareau were the defending champions but only Lareau competed that year with Brian MacPhie.

Lareau and MacPhie lost in the quarterfinals to Joshua Eagle and Andrew Florent.

Martin Damm and Andrei Olhovskiy won in the final 6–4, 7–5 against Patrik Kühnen and Gary Muller.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Czech Republic Martin Damm / Russia Andrei Olhovskiy (Champions)
  2. South Africa David Adams / Netherlands Sjeng Schalken (Quarterfinals)
  3. Canada Sébastien Lareau / United States Brian MacPhie (Quarterfinals)
  4. United States Kent Kinnear / United States Jonathan Stark (Semifinals)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Czech Republic M Damm
Russia A Olhovskiy
7 6  
  Argentina J Frana
Venezuela N Pereira
6 1   1 Czech Republic M Damm
Russia A Olhovskiy
6 6  
WC China Y-W Wang
China Y Zhang
0 3     United States D DiLucia
United States S Humphries
4 3  
  United States D DiLucia
United States S Humphries
6 6   1 Czech Republic M Damm
Russia A Olhovskiy
7 3 6
3 Canada S Lareau
United States B MacPhie
7 7     Australia J Eagle
Australia A Florent
6 6 3
WC China B Pan
China J Xia
5 5   3 Canada S Lareau
United States B MacPhie
5 7 4
  France J-P Fleurian
The Bahamas R Smith
1 3     Australia J Eagle
Australia A Florent
7 5 6
  Australia J Eagle
Australia A Florent
6 6   1 Czech Republic M Damm
Russia A Olhovskiy
6 7  
  Zimbabwe B Black
United States V Spadea
7 4 3   Germany P Kühnen
South Africa G Muller
4 5  
  United Kingdom M Petchey
Italy L Tieleman
6 6 6   United Kingdom M Petchey
Italy L Tieleman
6 4 6
WC China L Lu
China X Xu
4 2   4 United States K Kinnear
United States J Stark
2 6 7
4 United States K Kinnear
United States J Stark
6 6   4 United States K Kinnear
United States J Stark
3 4  
  India M Bhupathi
India L Paes
3 7 6   Germany P Kühnen
South Africa G Muller
6 6  
  Germany P Kühnen
South Africa G Muller
6 6 7   Germany P Kühnen
South Africa G Muller
6 6 6
Q Australia S Draper
South Africa C Haggard
2 4   2 South Africa D Adams
Netherlands S Schalken
3 7 4
2 South Africa D Adams
Netherlands S Schalken
6 6  

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