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Snooker World Mixed Doubles: Date, venue, history & more

The World Mixed Doubles event has returned to the snooker calendar in recent years after a long absence, with the top players in the men's and women's games teaming up on the green baize.

The 2024 tournament will be the third time the event has taken place and four teams will battle it out for the title.

Snooker World Mixed Doubles Date

The 2024 tournament takes place on the weekend of 30th and 31st of March, with a Round Robin format to start with.

The top two pairings from the group stage progress to battle it out in the final.

Snooker World Mixed Doubles Time

The afternoon session of the event is due to start at 1pm, with the evening session expected to get underway at 7pm UK time.

Snooker World Mixed Doubles Venue

This year’s tournament will take place at the Manchester Central Convention Centre, which was previously known as the Manchester GMEX.

The north-west city is the third different venue for the event, with the inaugural tournament having been held in Hamburg in 1991.

Snooker World Mixed Doubles How to watch

Both the afternoon and evening sessions across the two days of the 2024 Snooker World Mixed Doubles will be shown live on ITV4.

Snooker World Mixed Doubles History

The first World Mixed Doubles event took place back in 1991, with the all-English duo of Steve Davis and Allison Fisher coming out on top.

Davis and Fisher beat Stephen Hendry and Stacey Hillyard 5-4 in the final, hosted in Hamburg, Germany.

It was another 31 years before the tournament returned, with the 2022 event played at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.

The same format is applied as in 2024, with a Round Robin stage and the top two teams going on to play in the final.

Mark Selby and Rebecca Kenna won all three of their Round Robin matches to top the table, but went on to lose 4-2 in the final to Australia’s Neil Robertson and Mink Nutcharut of Thailand.

Snooker World Mixed Doubles Teams

The 2024 line-up includes the defending champions, Robertson and Nutcharut, returning to see if they can retain the title.

Another female Thai player will also take part in the event, with Baipat Siripaporn teaming up with men’s world number two Judd Trump.

The current men’s world champion Luca Brecel will also take part in the tournament, partnering England’s Reanne Evans.

The fourth and final pairing sees last year’s beaten finalist Rebecca Kenna partnering world number three Mark Allen.

Any odds displayed were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.

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