|28/05/14||G Garcia-Lopez & P Oswald||French Open||R1||Lost|
|29/08/13||A Krajicek & D Kudla||US Open||R1||Lost|
|29/06/13||E Butorac & A Cornet||All England Lawn Tennis Championships||R1||Lost|
|29/06/13||C Fleming & J Marray||All England Lawn Tennis Championships||R2||Lost|
|25/06/13||P Andujar & G Garcia-Lopez||All England Lawn Tennis Championships||R1||Won|
|01/06/13||D Marrero & F Verdasco||French Open||R2||Lost|
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