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1989 Grand Prix (tennis)

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Duration  January 2 – December 5
Tournaments  73
Most tournament finals  Ivan Lendl (12)
Edition  20th
Most tournament titles  Ivan Lendl (10)
1989 Grand Prix (tennis)
Prize money leader  Ivan Lendl ($2,344,367)

The 1989 Nabisco Grand Prix was the only tennis circuit for male players held that year. It incorporated the four grand slam tournaments, one World Championship Tennis tournament and the Grand Prix tournaments.

Contents

Schedule

The table below shows the 1989 Nabisco Grand Prix (to become known in 1990 as the ATP Tour).

List of tournament winners

List of players and Grand Prix singles titles won, alphabetically by last name:

  • Andre Agassi - Orlando (1)
  • Ronald Agénor - Athens (1)
  • Juan Aguilera - Bari (1)
  • José Francisco Altur - San Marino (1)
  • Paul Annacone - Vienna (1)
  • Boris Becker - Milan, Philadelphia, Wimbledon, US Open, Paris Bercy (5)
  • Jay Berger - Charleston (1)
  • Paolo Canè - Båstad (1)
  • Michael Chang - French Open, Wembley (2)
  • Andrei Chesnokov - Nice, Munich (2)
  • Jimmy Connors - Toulouse, Tel Aviv (2)
  • Jim Courier - Basel (1)
  • Kevin Curren - Frankfurt (1)
  • Franco Davín - St. Vincent (1)
  • Horacio de la Peña - Florence (1)
  • Stefan Edberg - Tokyo, Season-Ending Championships (2)
  • Kelly Evernden - Wellington (1)
  • Marcelo Filippini - Prague (1)
  • Guy Forget - Nancy (1)
  • Brad Gilbert - Memphis, Stratton Mountain, Livingston, Cincinnati, San Francisco (5)
  • Andrés Gómez - Boston, Barcelona (2)
  • Jakob Hlasek - Rotterdam (1)
  • Martín Jaite - Stuttgart, Madrid, São Paulo, Itaparica (4)
  • Eric Jelen - Bristol (1)
  • Kelly Jones - Singapore City (1)
  • Aaron Krickstein - Sydney, Los Angeles, Tokyo Indoors (3)
  • Ramesh Krishnan - Auckland (1)
  • Nicklas Kroon - Brisbane (1)
  • Ivan Lendl - Australian Open, Scottsdale, Miami, Forest Hills, Hamburg, London, Canada, Bordeaux, Sydney Indoors, Stockholm (10)
  • Alberto Mancini - Monte Carlo, Rome (2)
  • Luiz Mattar - Guarujá, Rio de Janeiro (2)
  • Tim Mayotte - Washington, D.C. (1)
  • John McEnroe - Lyon, Dallas, Indianapolis (3)
  • Miloslav Mečíř - Indian Wells (1)
  • Karel Nováček - Hilversum (1)
  • Guillermo Pérez-Roldán - Palermo (1)
  • Jim Pugh - Newport (1)
  • Marc Rosset - Geneva (1)
  • Emilio Sánchez - Kitzbühel (1)
  • Javier Sánchez - Bologna (1)
  • Carl-Uwe Steeb - Gstaad (1)
  • Robert Van't Hof - Seoul (1)
  • Christo van Rensburg - Johannesburg (1)
  • Mark Woodforde - Adelaide (1)
  • Simon Youl - Schenectady (1)
  • The following players won their first career title:

  • Ronald Agénor
  • José Francisco Altur
  • Jim Courier
  • Franco Davín
  • Eric Jelen
  • Kelly Jones
  • Nicklas Kroon
  • Jim Pugh
  • Marc Rosset
  • Carl-Uwe Steeb
  • Simon Youl
  • References

    1989 Grand Prix (tennis) Wikipedia


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