Archibald Warden
Archibald Warden
Pays Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
Naissance 11 mai 1869
Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Marylebone
Décès 7 octobre 1943 (à 74 ans)
Médailles olympiques
Mixte - - 1
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Archibald Adam Warden (né le 11 mai 1869 - décédé le 7 octobre 1943) est un joueur britannique de tennis, médaillé de bronze aux Jeux olympiques d'été de 1900 à Paris en double mixte avec Hedwig Rosenbaum.

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Palmarès (partiel) Archibald Warden

Titres en double mixte

Date Nom et lieu du tournoi Cat. ($) Surf. Vainqueurs Partenaire Score
1 1900 Jeux Olympiques
d'été
, Paris
Med 3.png Olympic 0 Terre (ext.) États-Unis Marion Jones
Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Lawrence Doherty
Flag of Bohemia.svg Hedwig Rosenbaum Partage[1]

Notes et références

  1. Petite finale non disputée : les deux équipes se partagent la médaille de bronze.

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