Mixed Doubles

Mixed Doubles may refer to:

  • Mixed curling
  • Mixed doubles (tennis)
  • Badminton#Mixed doubles
  • Mixed Doubles (play), a 1969 British play
  • "Mixed Doubles" (Frasier), an episode of the American television comedy series Frasier
  • Mixed Doubles (film), a 2006 Indian film directed by Rajat Kapoor

Other articles related to "mixed doubles, doubles":

Lolette Payot - Doubles Titles - Mixed Doubles
... Date Tournament Partnering Opponents in final Score 1935 ... French Open, Paris Marcel Bernard Sylvie Jung Henrotin Martin Legeay 4–6, 6–2, 6–4 French Championships mixed doubles champions (1902) Helene Prevost / R ... Forbes (1903) Helene Prevost / R ...
Sarah Borwell - Career - 2009–2010
... With her doubles ranking high enough for her to enter the main draw of many WTA tournaments without having to qualify ... did however win a round with Colin Fleming in the Mixed Doubles before losing in the second round to top seeds Nenad Zimonjić and Sam Stosur In July ... team, Borwell and Jenkins registered a very impressive Mixed Doubles success against John McEnroe and Kim Clijsters Borwell returned to action at the Commonwealth Games in ...
Sangob Rattanusorn
... A fine "all-arounder" (proficient in all three events singles, men's doubles, and mixed doubles), Rattanusorn won eight Thai national singles titles between 1962 and 1970, and the Southeast Asian ... Outside of Asia, his most significant victories came in doubles events ... Open mixed doubles title with England's Margaret Barrand in 1963, and the Canadian Open mixed doubles title with the USA's Lois Alston in 1968 ...

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