1999 Generali Ladies Linz – Doubles

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Doubles
1999 Generali Ladies Linz
Champions Romania Irina Spîrlea
Netherlands Caroline Vis
Runners-up Slovenia Tina Križan
Latvia Larisa Neiland
Final score 6–4, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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The 1999 Generali Ladies Linz – Doubles was the tennis doubles event of the thirteenth edition of the most prestigious tournament in Austria. Alexandra Fusai and Nathalie Tauziat were the two-time defending champions, but they were defeated in the semifinals by Tina Križan and Larisa Neiland.

Irina Spîrlea and Caroline Vis won in the final, defeating Križan and Neiland in straight sets to win their third doubles tournament as a team in the year.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
6 6  
  Austria B Schett
Austria B Schwartz
4 2   1 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
4 6 77
  Sweden Å Carlsson
France É Loit
7 6     Sweden Å Carlsson
France É Loit
6 2 65
  Romania C Cristea
Romania R Dragomir
5 2   1 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
3 4  
3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
6 6   3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
6 6  
  Croatia J Kostanić
Germany C Schneider
4 3   3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
4 6 6
Q Netherlands A Hopmans
Croatia S Talaja
6 6   Q Netherlands A Hopmans
Croatia S Talaja
6 3 0
  France A Cocheteux
Hungary K Marosi
4 2   3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
6 6  
  Germany B Rittner
Switzerland P Schnyder
6 6   4 Slovenia T Križan
Latvia L Neiland
4 3  
  Zimbabwe C Black
Australia J Dokic
4 2     Germany B Rittner
Switzerland P Schnyder
65 4  
  Italy S Farina Elia
Slovakia K Habšudová
      4 Slovenia T Križan
Latvia L Neiland
77 6  
4 Slovenia T Križan
Latvia L Neiland
w/o     4 Slovenia T Križan
Latvia L Neiland
4 6 6
  Czech Republic L Němečková
Slovakia R Zrubáková
2 2   2 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
6 2 4
  Netherlands M Oremans
France A-G Sidot
6 6     Netherlands M Oremans
France A-G Sidot
0 1  
WC Austria S Plischke
Austria P Wartusch
4 2   2 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
6 6  
2 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
6 6  

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

Qualifiers[edit]

  1. Netherlands Amanda Hopmans / Croatia Silvija Talaja

Qualifying draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
           
1 Bulgaria Svetlana Krivencheva
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sandra Naćuk
4
  Russia Anastasia Myskina
France Sarah Pitkowski
8
  Russia Anastasia Myskina
France Sarah Pitkowski
8
2 Netherlands Amanda Hopmans
Croatia Silvija Talaja
9
WC Austria Evelyn Fauth
Austria Marion Maruska
7
2 Netherlands Amanda Hopmans
Croatia Silvija Talaja
9

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