1972 Grand Prix German Open

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1972 Grand Prix German Open
Date5–11 June
Edition64th
CategoryGrand Prix circuit
Draw64S/32D
SurfaceClay / outdoor
LocationHamburg, West Germany
VenueAm Rothenbaum
Champions
Men's Singles
Spain Manuel Orantes [1]
Women's Singles
West Germany Helga Masthoff
Men's Doubles
Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš / Romania Ilie Năstase [2]
Women's Doubles
West Germany Helga Masthoff / West Germany Heide Orth
Mixed Doubles
West Germany Heide Orth / West Germany Jürgen Fassbender
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The 1972 Grand Prix German Open was a combined men's and women's tennis tournament played on outdoor red clay courts. It was the 64th edition of the event and was part of the 1972 Commercial Union Assurance Grand Prix circuit. It took place at the Am Rothenbaum in Hamburg, West Germany, from 5 June through 11 June 1972. Manuel Orantes and Helga Masthoff won the singles titles.[3][4]

Finals[edit]

Men's singles[edit]

Spain Manuel Orantes defeated Italy Adriano Panatta 6–3, 9–8, 6–0

Women's singles[edit]

West Germany Helga Masthoff defeated United States Linda Tuero 6–3, 3–6, 8–6

Men's doubles[edit]

Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš / Romania Ilie Năstase defeated South Africa Bob Hewitt / Romania Ion Ţiriac 4–6, 6–0, 3–6, 6–2, 6–2

Women's doubles[edit]

West Germany Helga Masthoff / West Germany Heide Orth defeated United States Wendy Overton / United States Valerie Ziegenfuss 6–3, 2–6, 6–0

Mixed doubles[edit]

West Germany Helga Masthoff / West Germany Jürgen Fassbender defeated West Germany Helga Masthoff / West Germany Hans-Jürgen Pohmann 6–4, 6–2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ATP – 1972 Hamburg Men's Singles draw". Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
  2. ^ "ATP – 1972 Hamburg Men's Doubles draw". Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
  3. ^ John Barrett, ed. (1973). World of Tennis '73 : a BP and Commercial Union yearbook. London: Queen Anne Press. p. 121. ISBN 9780671216238.
  4. ^ John Dolan (2011). Women's Tennis 1968–84: the Ultimate Guide. Remous. pp. 114, 124.

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