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-- b.4/30/1985Tennis Player
-- b.6/20/1890 d.10/15/1980 (90)Tennis Player
-- b.6/15/1870 d.4/2/1954 (83)Tennis Player
-- b.4/19/1956Tennis Player, English
-- b.4/16/1949Tennis PlayerNames/Places: RN: Jane BartkowiczMisc: retired as a player in 1971; in the United States Tennis Association / Midwest Hall of Fame as well as the Michigan Sports and National Polish American Sports Halls of Fame
-- b.10/2/1984Tennis Player, French
-- b.10/9/1967Actress, Tennis Player, CanadianNames/Places: ala Carling Bassett-Seguso
-- b.6/12/1972Tennis Player, Belgiumese
-- b.11/22/1967Tennis Player, GermanMisc: German 3-time Wimbledon champ (1985-86,89); youngest male (17) to win Wimbledon; led country to 1st Davis Cup win in 1988; has also won U.S. (1989) and Australian (1991) Opens.
-- b.5/30/1885 d.10/15/1949 (64)Tennis Player
-- b.3/23/1972Tennis Player, SwedishMisc: Davis Cup 1994
-- b.12/28/1979 N.S.Tennis Player
-- b.7/31/1931Tennis PlayerMisc: Tennis coach
-- b.6/6/1956Tennis Player, SwedishNames/Places: b. in StockholmMisc: Davis Cup 1975, Wimbledon champ 5X's; I guess he was BJORN to be wild!; 2-time Player of Year (1979-80); won 6 French Opens and 5 straight Wimbledons (1976-80); led Sweden to first Davis Cup win in 1975; retired in 1983 at age 26; attempted unsuccessful comeback in 1991; guess you can say be was BJORN to be wild!
-- b.8/13/1898 d.7/17/1994 (95)Tennis Player, FrenchMisc: who played in thirty-five Wimbeldons between 1922 and 1964. In 1927, as one of the Four Musketeers (the others being Ren Lacoste, Henri Cochet, and Jacques Brugnon), he helped France win the Davis Cup for the first time.
-- b.2/25/1994 N.S.Tennis Player, Canadian
-- b.11/14/1918 d.10/21/1999 (80)Tennis Player, Austrian
-- b.11/14/1877 d.9/28/1968 (90)Tennis Player
-- b.3/11/1923 d.2/3/2014 (90)Tennis PlayerNames/Places: aka Louise BroughMisc: 4x Wimbledon champ
-- b.3/22/1920 d.4/11/1992 (72)TV/Movie Actor, Tennis PlayerNames/Places: aka JimTV Shows: The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (as Lt. Rip Masters)
-- b.6/3/1891 d.8/19/1971 (80)
-- b.6/11/1895 d.3/20/1978 (82)
Tennis Player, French
Misc: tennis champion, one of the world's greatest doubles players, who formed a part of the " Four Musketeers" (the others were Jean Borotra, Henri Cochet, and RenLacoste) in the 1920s and early '30s.
Tennis Player, Spanish
Misc: winner of back-to-back French Opens in 1993 and '94.
-- b.6/13/1915 d.1/26/2000 (84)
Misc: in 1938 became first player to win the Grand Slam--the French, Wimbledon, U.S. and Australian titles in 1 year; led U.S. to 2 Davis Cups (1937-38); turned pro in late '38.
Tennis Player, Brazilian
Misc: who won 4 U.S. Championships (1959,63-64,66) and 3 Wimbledons (1959-60,64).
-- b.9/25/1887 d.10/4/1975 (88)
Misc: the first woman to win Wimbledon in 1904
-- b.9/1/1916 d.11/23/2014 N.S. (98)
Names/Places: aka Dorothy "Dodo" May Sutton Bundy Cheney
Misc: winner of more than 141 US tennis titles
Tennis Player, German, Swiss
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