1999 du Maurier Open – Women's Doubles

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Women's Doubles
1999 du Maurier Open
Champion Czech Republic Jana Novotná
France Mary Pierce
Runner-up Latvia Larisa Neiland
Spain Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
Final score 6–3, 2–6, 6–3
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women
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Main article: 1999 du Maurier Open

The 1999 du Maurier Open – Doubles was the doubles event of the one hundred and tenth edition of the Canadian Open; a WTA Tier I tournament and the most prestigious women's tennis tournament held in Canada.

Martina Hingis and Jana Novotná were the defending champions, but only Hingis didn't compete this year. However, Novotná successfully defended her title, competing with Mary Pierce and defeating Larisa Neiland and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in the final.

Seeds[edit]

The top four seeds received a bye into the second round.

Qualifying Draw[edit]

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
                   
5 Latvia Larisa Neiland
Spain Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
6 6  
3 South Africa Mariaan de Swardt
Ukraine Elena Tatarkova
3 1  
5 Latvia Larisa Neiland
Spain Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
3 6 3
4 Czech Republic Jana Novotná
France Mary Pierce
6 2 6
4 Czech Republic Jana Novotná
France Mary Pierce
5 7 6
6 Romania Irina Spîrlea
Netherlands Caroline Vis
7 5 2

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 France A Fusai
France N Tauziat
4 4  
  Italy S Farina
Slovakia K Habšudová
6 6     Italy S Farina
Slovakia K Habšudová
6 6  
  South Africa A Coetzer
Argentina I Gorrochategui
4 4     Italy S Farina
Slovakia K Habšudová
62 3  
  Romania C Cristea
Romania R Dragomir
3 6 6 5 Latvia L Neiland
Spain A Sánchez Vicario
77 6  
  France A Dechaume-Balleret
France É Loit
6 1 4   Romania C Cristea
Romania R Dragomir
4 4  
  United States N Arendt
Netherlands M Bollegraf
2 1   5 Latvia L Neiland
Spain A Sánchez Vicario
6 6  
5 Latvia L Neiland
Spain A Sánchez Vicario
6 6   5 Latvia L Neiland
Spain A Sánchez Vicario
6 6  
3 South Africa M de Swardt
Ukraine E Tatarkova
3 1  
3 South Africa M de Swardt
Ukraine E Tatarkova
6 6  
  Croatia I Majoli
Spain V Ruano Pascual
6 77     Croatia I Majoli
Spain V Ruano Pascual
3 4  
  South Africa E De Villiers
South Africa J Steck
2 65   3 South Africa M de Swardt
Ukraine E Tatarkova
6 6  
  United States A Frazier
United States K Schlukebir
3 2     Germany B Rittner
Germany E Wagner
4 1  
  Germany B Rittner
Germany E Wagner
6 6     Germany B Rittner
Germany E Wagner
6 6  
Q Poland M Grzybowska
Canada M-È Pelletier
6 3 6 Q Poland M Grzybowska
Canada M-È Pelletier
4 3  
8 Spain C Martínez
Argentina P Tarabini
4 6 4

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
7 United States C Morariu
United States K Po
6 6  
WC Canada R Kolbovic
Canada V Webb
3 4   7 United States C Morariu
United States K Po
6 6  
  Canada S Jeyaseelan
Switzerland P Schnyder
6 4 6   Canada S Jeyaseelan
Switzerland P Schnyder
2 4  
  Australia C Barclay
Australia N Pratt
2 6 2 7 United States C Morariu
United States K Po
2 3  
Q Spain G León García
Spain M Sánchez Lorenzo
0 5   4 Czech Republic J Novotná
France M Pierce
6 6  
  Slovenia T Križan
Slovenia K Srebotnik
6 7     Slovenia T Križan
Slovenia K Srebotnik
5 4  
4 Czech Republic J Novotná
France M Pierce
7 6  
4 Czech Republic J Novotná
France M Pierce
5 7 6
6 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
78 77   6 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
7 5 2
WC United States L McNeil
United States A Stevenson
66 64   6 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
4 6 6
  Germany A Huber
France A-G Sidot
6 3 7   Germany A Huber
France A-G Sidot
6 4 0
  Zimbabwe C Black
Australia J Dokić
3 6 5 6 Romania I Spîrlea
Netherlands C Vis
6 6  
  United States C Rubin
France S Testud
7 4 6 2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
3 4  
  Australia K-A Guse
Australia K Kunce
5 6 0   United States C Rubin
France S Testud
4 6 4
2 Russia E Likhovtseva
Japan A Sugiyama
6 4 6

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