2004 Wimbledon Championships - Women's Doubles
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2004 Wimbledon Championships %E2%80%93 Women's Doubles
Women's Doubles
2004 Wimbledon Championships
ChampionsZimbabwe Cara Black
Australia Rennae Stubbs
Runners-upSouth Africa Liezel Huber
Japan Ai Sugiyama
Final score6-3, 7-6(7-5)
Draw64 (4 Q / 6 WC )
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
Legends men women seniors
WC Doubles men women
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Kim Clijsters and Ai Sugiyama were the defending champions, however Clijsters did not compete.

Cara Black and Rennae Stubbs defeated Sugiyama and Liezel Huber in the final, 6-3, 7-6(7-5) to win the Ladies' Doubles tennis title at the 2004 Wimbledon Championships.[1]

Virginia Ruano Pascual and Paola Suárez had the chance to hold all four Grand Slam championship titles, but lost to Black and Stubbs in the semifinals, also snapping a streak of nine straight Grand Slam finals reached by Ruano Pascual and Suárez.


01.   Spain Virginia Ruano Pascual / Argentina Paola Suárez (Semifinals)
02.   Russia Svetlana Kuznetsova / Russia Elena Likhovtseva (Quarterfinals)
03.   United States Martina Navratilova / United States Lisa Raymond (Semifinals)
04.   Russia Nadia Petrova / United States Meghann Shaughnessy (Quarterfinals)
05.   South Africa Liezel Huber / Japan Ai Sugiyama (Final)
06.   Zimbabwe Cara Black / Australia Rennae Stubbs (Champions)
07.   Slovakia Janette Husárová / Spain Conchita Martínez (Third round)
08.   Venezuela María Vento-Kabchi / Indonesia Angelique Widjaja (Quarterfinals)
09.   Switzerland Myriam Casanova / Australia Nicole Pratt (Second round)
10.   n/a
11.   France Marion Bartoli / France Émilie Loit (Quarterfinals)
12.   China Li Ting / China Sun Tiantian (First round)
13.   Russia Anastasia Myskina / Russia Vera Zvonareva (Second round, withdrew)
14.   Italy Silvia Farina Elia / Italy Francesca Schiavone (Second round, withdrew)
15.   Belgium Els Callens / Hungary Petra Mandula (Third round)
16.   Switzerland Emmanuelle Gagliardi / Italy Roberta Vinci (Third round)
17.   Australia Alicia Molik / Spain Magüi Serna (Second round)

Click on the seed number of a player to go to their draw section.





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  1. ^ Barrett, John (2014). Wimbledon: The Official History (4th ed.). Vision Sports Publishing. ISBN 9-781909-534230.

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