61:15:43 hour (s):minute (s):second (s) Where. Australia (Melbourne) When. 28 February 2019. Age Restriction: Applications for this record title will only be accepted if the applicant is 16 years of age or over. The longest marathon playing tennis doubles is 61 hr 15 min 43 sec, and was achieved by Glenn Pope, Jamie Blair, Katie Bailey, (all Australia) and Hannah Bierre (New Zealand), in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, from 28 February to 2 March 2019.
The most consecutive opponents faced playing real tennis doubles is 25 and was achieved by William Stephens and Richard Ramjane (both UK) in Feering, Essex, UK, from 10 to 11 May 2013. The pair won 11 of the matches they played, losing 14 best of 3-set matches to a variety of opponents. The attempt lasted a little over 24 hours.
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When. The longest table tennis doubles marathon is 101 hr 1 min 11 sec by Lance, Phil, and Mark Warren and Bill Weir (all USA) at Sacramento, California, USA on 9-13 April 1979. All records listed on our website are current and up-to-date. For a full list of record titles, please use our Record Application Search.
The 'Longest Marathon Playing Tennis Doubles' world record was held by four men from the Netherlands at 57 hours 32 minutes and 27 seconds. On the 31 March ...
Navratilova’s 167 singles victories – an all-time record, ahead of Chris Evert (157) and Steffi Graf (107) – were achieved from the 239 WTA finals she contested (1974-94), while in doubles her 177 titles – an all-time record, ahead of Rosie Casals (112) and Pam Shriver (106) – came from 223 finals (1973-2006).
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18:197 year (s):day (s) Where. United Kingdom (London) When. 05 August 2012. The youngest tennis mixed doubles Olympic medallist is 18 years 197 days and was achieved by Laura Robson (UK), in London, UK, on 5 August 2012.
During her career, Srebotnik has won four WTA singles titles, 39 doubles titles and five Grand Slam mixed doubles titles. Her 39 doubles victories include 2011 Wimbledon, which she captured with Kveta Peschke – a treasured Slam win that sent the pair to No.1 on the doubles rankings for 10 weeks.
Guinness World Records holder 🤩. 🇸🇮Katarina Srebotnik joined the WTA Tour in 1998 and won the first tournament she entered in singles, doubles & mixed doubles! She is the first male or ...