1999 Faber Grand Prix – Doubles

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Doubles
1999 Faber Grand Prix
Champions United States Serena Williams
United States Venus Williams
Runners-up France Alexandra Fusai
France Nathalie Tauziat
Final score 5–7, 6–2, 6–2
Events
Singles Doubles
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The 1999 Faber Grand Prix – Doubles was the doubles event of the seventh edition of the Faber Grand Prix; a WTA Tier II tournament held in Hannover, Germany. Lisa Raymond and Rennae Stubbs were the defending champions but did not compete that year.

Serena Williams and Venus Williams won in the final 5–7, 6–2, 6–2 against Alexandra Fusai and Nathalie Tauziat.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
6 65 7
  Spain V Ruano Pascual
Germany C Singer
1 77 5 1 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
6 6  
  Sweden Å Carlsson
France É Loit
6 6     Sweden Å Carlsson
France É Loit
4 2  
  Romania C Cristea
Romania R Dragomir
3 4   1 France A Fusai
Netherlands N Tauziat
3 6 6
3 Latvia L Neiland
Ukraine E Tatarkova
w/o       Czech Republic J Novotná
Germany B Rittner
6 4 3
  Italy S Farina
Slovakia K Habšudová
      3 Latvia L Neiland
Ukraine E Tatarkova
1 64  
  Germany A Huber
France S Testud
1 2     Czech Republic J Novotná
Germany B Rittner
6 77  
  Czech Republic J Novotná
Germany B Rittner
6 6   1 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
7 2 2
  United States S Williams
United States V Williams
6 6     United States S Williams
United States V Williams
5 6 6
  France A-G Sidot
Germany E Wagner
1 1     United States S Williams
United States V Williams
6 6  
  Austria B Schett
Switzerland P Schnyder
1 4   4 Netherlands M Bollegraf
Netherlands C Vis
1 4  
4 Netherlands M Bollegraf
Netherlands C Vis
6 6     United States S Williams
United States V Williams
6 710  
WC United States J Capriati
Germany S Graf
6 6   2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
2 68  
  Belgium S Appelmans
Netherlands M Oremans
4 4   WC United States J Capriati
Germany S Graf
     
  Italy L Golarsa
Ukraine O Lugina
66 0   2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
w/o    
2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
78 6  

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