1999 Open Gaz de France – Doubles

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Doubles
1999 Open Gaz de France
Champions Romania Irina Spîrlea
Netherlands Caroline Vis
Runners-up Russia Elena Likhovtseva
Japan Ai Sugiyama
Final score 7–5, 3–6, 6–3
Events
Singles Doubles
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The 1999 Open Gaz de France – Doubles was the doubles event of the seventh edition of the Open GDF Suez; a WTA Tier II tournament held in Paris, France. Sabine Appelmans and Miriam Oremans were the defending champions but lost in the first round to Elena Likhovtseva and Ai Sugiyama.

Irina Spîrlea and Caroline Vis won in the final 7–5, 3–6, 6–3 against Likhovtseva and Sugiyama.

Seeds[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
6 6  
  Germany C Singer
Czech Republic H Vildová
1 1   1 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
6 3 1
  Slovakia K Habšudová
Spain V Ruano Pascual
6 7     Slovakia K Habšudová
Spain V Ruano Pascual
4 6 6
  Canada M Drake
Czech Republic E Melicharová
4 5     Slovakia K Habšudová
Spain V Ruano Pascual
63 5  
3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
6     3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
77 7  
  France L Ghirardi
France S Pitkowski
1 r   3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
6 6  
  Sweden Å Carlsson
France A-G Sidot
w/o       Sweden Å Carlsson
France A-G Sidot
4 1  
  France A Mauresmo
France S Testud
      3 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
7 3 6
  Italy L Golarsa
Ukraine O Lugina
5 4   2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
5 6 3
  Croatia I Majoli
Belgium D Van Roost
7 6     Croatia I Majoli
Belgium D Van Roost
6 2 4
  France C Dhenin
France É Loit
2 2   4 Belgium E Callens
France J Halard-Decugis
2 6 6
4 Belgium E Callens
France J Halard-Decugis
6 6   4 Belgium E Callens
France J Halard-Decugis
6 5 63
Q Greece E Daniilidou
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S Naćuk
4 6 3 2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
0 7 77
WC France A Cocheteux
France N Dechy
6 1 6 WC France A Cocheteux
France N Dechy
     
  Belgium S Appelmans
Netherlands M Oremans
4 4   2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
w/o    
2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
6 6  

Qualifying[edit]

Qualifying Competition
     
1 Greece Eleni Daniilidou
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sandra Naćuk
8
2 France Stéphanie Foretz
France Samantha Schoeffel
5

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