The 1968 Pacific Southwest Open was a combined men's and women's professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts at the Los Angeles Tennis Club in Los Angeles, California in the United States. It was the 42nd edition of the tournament, the first of the Open Era, and ran from September 14 through September 22, 1968. Rod Laver won the singles title and the $3,800 first prize.
|1968 Pacific Southwest Open|
|Date||September 14– 22|
|Draw||64S / 32D|
|Surface||Hard / outdoor|
|Location||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Venue||Los Angeles Tennis Club|
|Ken Rosewall / Fred Stolle|
|Ann Jones / Françoise Dürr|
Men's singles Edit
Women's singles Edit
Men's doubles Edit
Women's doubles Edit
See also Edit
- "1968 Los Angeles – Men's Singles draw". Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
- "1968 Los Angeles – Men's Doubles draw". Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
- John Barrett, ed. (1969). BP Yearbook of World Tennis. London: Ward Lock. p. 187. ISBN 978-0706318241. OCLC 502175694.
- "Laver defeats Rosewall in final". The New York Times.
- "Rod Laver captures singles". Lewiston Morning Tribune. September 23, 1968.
- "Laver wins on comeback". The Evening Independent. September 23, 1968.