1990 French Open - Men's Doubles
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1990 French Open %E2%80%93 Men's Doubles
Men's Doubles
1990 French Open
ChampionSpain Sergio Casal
Spain Emilio Sánchez
Runner-upSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Ivani?evi?
Czechoslovakia Petr Korda
Final score7-5, 6-3
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
WC Singles men women quad
WC Doubles men women quad
Legends -45 45+ women
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The Men's Doubles tournament at the 1990 French Open was held from 28 May until 10 June 1990 on the outdoor clay courts at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France. Sergio Casal and Emilio Sánchez won the title, defeating Goran Ivani?evi? and Petr Korda in the final.


  1. United States Rick Leach / United States Jim Pugh (Third round)
  2. South Africa Pieter Aldrich / South Africa Danie Visser (Quarterfinals)
  3. Australia John Fitzgerald / Sweden Anders Järryd (First round)
  4. United States Jim Grabb / United States Patrick McEnroe (Semifinals)
  5. United States Scott Davis / United States David Pate (First round)
  6. Mexico Jorge Lozano / United States Todd Witsken (Quarterfinals)
  7. Spain Sergio Casal / Spain Javier Sánchez (Champions)
  8. Australia Darren Cahill / Australia Mark Kratzmann (First round)
  9. France Guy Forget / Switzerland Jakob Hlasek (First round)
  10. Canada Grant Connell / Canada Glenn Michibata (Third round)
  11. Iran Mansour Bahrami / France Éric Winogradsky (First round)
  12. United States Ken Flach / United States Robert Seguso (Second round)
  13. United States Tim Pawsat / Czechoslovakia Tomá? ?míd (Third round)
  14. West Germany Udo Riglewski / West Germany Michael Stich (Second round)
  15. Argentina Gustavo Luza / Brazil Cássio Motta (Third round)
  16. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Ivani?evi? / Czechoslovakia Petr Korda (Final)




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