1994 Gerry Weber Open – Doubles

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Doubles
1994 Gerry Weber Open
ChampionsFrance Olivier Delaître
France Guy Forget
Runners-upFrance Henri Leconte
South Africa Gary Muller
Final score6–4, 6–7, 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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Petr Korda and Cyril Suk were the defending champions, but Korda did not participate this year. Suk partnered Daniel Vacek, losing in the quarterfinals.

Olivier Delaître and Guy Forget won the title, defeating Henri Leconte and Gary Muller 6–4, 6–7, 6–4 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Czech Republic Cyril Suk / Czech Republic Daniel Vacek (Quarterfinals)
  2. Sweden Henrik Holm / Sweden Anders Järryd (Quarterfinals, withdrew)
  3. Russia Yevgeny Kafelnikov / Czech Republic David Rikl (Semifinals)
  4. United States Scott Melville / South Africa Piet Norval (First Round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
1 Czech Republic C Suk
Czech Republic D Vacek
6 6 7
  United States M Bauer
Germany M-K Goellner
7 4 6 1 Czech Republic C Suk
Czech Republic D Vacek
4 6  
  France O Delaître
France G Forget
7 3 6   France O Delaître
France G Forget
6 7  
  United States S Cannon
Australia D Macpherson
6 6 3   France O Delaître
France G Forget
3 7 7
3 Russia Y Kafelnikov
Czech Republic D Rikl
7 7   3 Russia Y Kafelnikov
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 5 6
  Sweden R Bergh
South Africa B Talbot
6 6   3 Russia Y Kafelnikov
Czech Republic D Rikl
6 6  
  South Africa J-L de Jager
South Africa S Kruger
7 4 4   Germany D Prinosil
Germany U Riglewski
3 4  
  Germany D Prinosil
Germany U Riglewski
6 6 6   France O Delaître
France G Forget
6 6 6
  Italy D Nargiso
Venezuela N Pereira
6 7   WC France H Leconte
South Africa G Muller
4 7 4
WC Germany H Dreekmann
Germany J Renzenbrink
4 5     Italy D Nargiso
Venezuela N Pereira
     
WC France H Leconte
South Africa G Muller
6 6 6 WC France H Leconte
South Africa G Muller
w/o    
4 United States S Melville
South Africa P Norval
7 3 3 WC France H Leconte
South Africa G Muller
6 7  
Q Netherlands S Groen
Switzerland M Rosset
6 6   Q Netherlands S Groen
Switzerland M Rosset
3 6  
  Sweden M Larsson
United States G Van Emburgh
4 3   Q Netherlands S Groen
Switzerland M Rosset
w/o    
  South Africa D Adams
Switzerland J Hlasek
4 4   2 Sweden H Holm
Sweden A Järryd
     
2 Sweden H Holm
Sweden A Järryd
6 6'  

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