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US Open 1989 Women's Singles  (August 28 - September 10)

NationR128R64R32R16QFSFFChampion
1.West Germany (FRG)[1]Steffi Graf
Steffi Graf
2.Japan (JPN)Etsuko Inoue6-3 6-1
Steffi Graf
3.France (FRA)[Q]Nathalie Herreman6-1 6-1
Nathalie Herreman
4.West Germany (FRG)Claudia Kohde-Kilsch6-4 6-0
Steffi Graf
5.United States (USA)Terry Phelps6-1 6-1
Terry Phelps
6.Austria (AUT)Judith Wiesner2-6 6-2 6-4
Terry Phelps
7.United States (USA)Robin White1-6 6-4 6-3
Robin White
8.United States (USA)Amy Frazier6-2 6-1
Steffi Graf
9.Hungary (HUN)Andrea Temesvari6-4 6-0
Andrea Temesvari
10.United States (USA)Linda Harvey6-1 6-4
Andrea Temesvari
11.Argentina (ARG)[LL]Florencia Labat6-2 6-1
Florencia Labat
12.Sweden (SWE)Catarina Lindqvist6-1 3-6 7-6(2)
Rosalyn Fairbank
13.South Africa (RSA)Rosalyn Fairbank4-6 6-4 6-3
Rosalyn Fairbank
14.United States (USA)Mareen Louie6-3 6-4
Rosalyn Fairbank
15.Bulgaria (BUL)[14]Katerina Maleeva6-4 6-7(2) 6-3
Katerina Maleeva
16.Netherlands (NED)Seda Noorlander6-4 6-1
Steffi Graf
17.Soviet Union (URS)Larisa Savchenko6-1 6-1
Larisa Savchenko
18.United States (USA)[9]Pam Shriver6-2 6-3
Larisa Savchenko
19.Netherlands (NED)Nicole Jagerman1-6 7-5 6-1
Nicole Jagerman
20.United States (USA)Katrina Adams6-4 6-1
Larisa Savchenko
21.United States (USA)Halle Cioffi3-6 6-3 6-1
Halle Cioffi
22.Australia (AUS)Rachel McQuillan6-0 6-1
Halle Cioffi
23.Canada (CAN)Jill Hetherington6-2 6-4
Jill Hetherington
24.Italy (ITA)Sandra Cecchini6-0 6-3
Helena Sukova
25.United States (USA)Beverly Bowes4-6 6-1 6-2
Beverly Bowes
26.Canada (CAN)Rene Simpson6-4 6-3
Anne Minter
27.Australia (AUS)Anne Minter6-4 6-2
Anne Minter
28.France (FRA)Catherine Tanvier6-2 6-3
Helena Sukova
29.United States (USA)Gretchen Anne Rush1-6 6-2 6-1
Gretchen Anne Rush
30.Canada (CAN)Carling Bassett6-1 6-2
Helena Sukova
31.Czechoslovakia (TCH)[8]Helena Sukova6-2 6-7(3) 6-2
Helena Sukova
32.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Petra Langrova6-3 6-4
Steffi Graf
33.Argentina (ARG)[3]Gabriela Sabatini3-6 6-4 6-2
Gabriela Sabatini
34.West Germany (FRG)Claudia Porwik6-1 6-2
Gabriela Sabatini
35.Switzerland (SUI)Cathy Caverzasio6-3 6-2
Cathy Caverzasio
36.United States (USA)Mary Lou Piatek6-3 6-4
Gabriela Sabatini
37.United States (USA)Betsy Nagelsen6-2 6-0
Betsy Nagelsen
38.Italy (ITA)Raffaella Reggi5-7 6-4 6-3
Leila Meshki
39.Soviet Union (URS)Leila Meshki6-3 6-1
Leila Meshki
40.France (FRA)Karine Quentrec6-2 7-6(5)
Gabriela Sabatini
41.Peru (PER)Laura Arraya6-1 6-1
Laura Arraya
42.Australia (AUS)Nicole Provis7-6(5) 7-5
Sylvia Hanika
43.West Germany (FRG)Sylvia Hanika6-2 6-4
Sylvia Hanika
44.Australia (AUS)Louise Field6-4 7-6(2)
Conchita Martinez
45.France (FRA)[Q]Sophie Amiach7-5 6-1
Sophie Amiach
46.United States (USA)Hu Na6-2 6-3
Conchita Martinez
47.Spain (ESP)[15]Conchita Martinez6-3 6-4
Conchita Martinez
48.United States (USA)Sandra Birch6-3 6-2
Gabriela Sabatini
49.Czechoslovakia (TCH)[11]Jana Novotna3-6 6-4 6-1
Jana Novotna
50.United States (USA)Meredith McGrath7-5 6-2
Barbara Paulus
51.Austria (AUT)Barbara Paulus3-6 6-3 6-2
Barbara Paulus
52.Italy (ITA)Laura Lapi6-3 7-5
Barbara Paulus
53.United States (USA)Susan Sloane Lundy6-4 4-6 6-2
Susan Sloane Lundy
54.Italy (ITA)Laura Garrone6-2 7-5
Susan Sloane Lundy
55.Netherlands (NED)Manon Bollegraf6-4 6-2
Manon Bollegraf
56.United States (USA)Molly Van Nostrand6-2 2-6 6-4
Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario
57.United States (USA)[Q]Laxmi Poruri6-2 6-2
Laxmi Poruri
58.United States (USA)Carrie Cunningham6-7(10) 6-3 6-1
Sandra Wasserman
59.Belgium (BEL)Sandra Wasserman6-1 6-4
Sandra Wasserman
60.Canada (CAN)Helen Kelesi7-6(1) 2-0 rtd.
Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario
61.United States (USA)Cammy MacGregor6-1 2-6 6-4
Cammy MacGregor
62.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Jana Pospisilova6-2 3-6 7-6(5)
Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario
63.Spain (ESP)[6]Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario6-1 6-3
Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario
64.Australia (AUS)Jo-Anne Faull6-3 6-1
Steffi Graf
65.United States (USA)[5]Zina Garrison3-6 7-5 6-1
Zina Garrison
66.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Radomira Zrubakova6-2 6-1
Zina Garrison
67.United States (USA)Gigi Fernandez7-5 6-4
Gigi Fernandez
68.South Africa (RSA)Amanda Coetzer6-3 6-3
Zina Garrison
69.Australia (AUS)Liz Sayers6-3 7-5
Liz Sayers
70.Japan (JPN)Kumiko Okamoto7-5 6-3
Patty Fendick
71.United States (USA)Patty Fendick3-6 6-2 6-4
Patty Fendick
72.Australia (AUS)Janine Thompson6-1 6-4
Zina Garrison
73.Denmark (DEN)Tine Scheuer-Larsen6-4 7-6(4)
Tine Scheuer-Larsen
74.United States (USA)Louise Allen6-4 6-7(5) 7-6(0)
Donna Faber
75.United States (USA)Donna Faber6-3 6-0
Donna Faber
76.Australia (AUS)Jenny Byrne6-1 6-0
Donna Faber
77.Italy (ITA)Laura Golarsa6-2 3-6 6-1
Laura Golarsa
78.Italy (ITA)Barbara Romano6-4 6-4
Hana Mandlikova
79.Australia (AUS)[16]Hana Mandlikova7-6(0) 0-6 6-1
Hana Mandlikova
80.West Germany (FRG)Eva Pfaff6-1 4-6 7-6(0)
Zina Garrison
81.Yugoslavia (YUG)[12]Monica Seles7-6(1) 6-2
Monica Seles
82.United States (USA)Ann Henricksson4-6 6-2 6-2
Monica Seles
83.United States (USA)Anne Smith7-5 6-2
Anne Smith
84.Japan (JPN)Kimiko Date6-3 6-0
Monica Seles
85.United States (USA)Stacey Martin7-6(3) 6-2
Stacey Martin
86.Argentina (ARG)Mercedes Paz6-2 6-3
Shaun Stafford
87.United States (USA)Shaun Stafford5-7 6-4 6-4
Shaun Stafford
88.United States (USA)Kimberley Kessaris6-2 6-3
Chris Evert
89.Argentina (ARG)Patricia Tarabini6-0 6-2
Patricia Tarabini
90.Netherlands (NED)Brenda Schultz7-5 6-2
Patricia Tarabini
91.Greece (GRE)Angeliki Kanellopoulous6-2 6-3
Angeliki Kanellopoulous
92.United Kingdom (GBR)Sara Gomer6-4 1-6 6-3
Chris Evert
93.United States (USA)Elise Burgin6-2 6-4
Elise Burgin
94.United States (USA)Lori McNeil7-5 6-4
Chris Evert
95.United States (USA)[4]Chris Evert6-4 6-1
Chris Evert
96.Argentina (ARG)Bettina Fulco6-4 6-2
Martina Navratilova
97.Bulgaria (BUL)[7]Manuela Maleeva7-6(4) 6-2
Manuela Maleeva
98.United States (USA)Marianne Werdel6-4 6-3
Manuela Maleeva
99.West Germany (FRG)Isabel Cueto5-7 6-3 5-3 rtd.
Isabel Cueto
100.United States (USA)[Q]Lisa Raymond6-4 7-5
Manuela Maleeva
101.United States (USA)Kathy Rinaldi6-1 6-3
Kathy Rinaldi
102.United Kingdom (GBR)Jo Durie7-5 6-3
Nathalie Tauziat
103.France (FRA)Nathalie Tauziat6-2 6-1
Nathalie Tauziat
104.United States (USA)Andrea Farley6-1 6-3
Manuela Maleeva
105.United States (USA)Tami Whitlinger6-2 6-0
Tami Whitlinger
106.United States (USA)Jennifer Santrock6-0 6-4
Tami Whitlinger
107.United States (USA)Beth Herr6-3 6-0
Beth Herr
108.Japan (JPN)Akiko Kijimuta6-2 6-0
Natasha Zvereva
109.Italy (ITA)Linda Ferrando6-0 6-2
Linda Ferrando
110.France (FRA)Isabelle Demongeot6-0 7-5
Natasha Zvereva
111.Soviet Union (URS)[13]Natasha Zvereva6-3 6-4
Natasha Zvereva
112.France (FRA)[Q]Pascale Paradis1-6 6-4 7-6(5)
Martina Navratilova
113.United States (USA)Wendy White6-0 6-0
Wendy White
114.United States (USA)[10]Mary Joe Fernandez6-4 6-3
Regina Rajchrtova
115.Czechoslovakia (TCH)Regina Rajchrtova2-6 6-2 6-4
Regina Rajchrtova
116.Switzerland (SUI)Eva Stutzki6-3 7-6(5)
Regina Rajchrtova
117.United States (USA)Ann Grossman2-6 6-3 6-2
Ann Grossman
118.South Africa (RSA)Dianne Van Rensburg6-4 6-1
Camille Benjamin
119.United States (USA)Camille Benjamin6-2 1-6 6-3
Camille Benjamin
120.Brazil (BRA)Andrea Vieira6-2 6-2
Martina Navratilova
121.South Africa (RSA)Elna Reinach6-2 6-0
Elna Reinach
122.United States (USA)[Q]Sandra Collins7-5 6-2
Sabrina Goles
123.Yugoslavia (YUG)Sabrina Goles6-3 6-4
Sabrina Goles
124.United States (USA)Ronnie Reis6-3 7-5
Martina Navratilova
125.France (FRA)[Q]Julie Halard6-4 6-0
Julie Halard
126.West Germany (FRG)Martina Pawlik6-2 7-6(4)
Martina Navratilova
127.United States (USA)[2]Martina Navratilova6-1 6-0
Martina Navratilova
128.Japan (JPN)[Q]Ei Iida6-0 6-2