Goolagong

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Australia Fed Cup Team - History - 1972–1980: Eight Consecutive Finals
... Thus Goolagong, who had by 1972 reached the Top 10 and won two Grand Slams in singles and one in doubles, took over to become Australia's most prolific player ... While in 1972, when the team consisted of Goolagong, French Open finalist Helen Gourlay, and Hunt, they only managed a semifinal finish, they managed to win the title in 1973 ... In 1975, Australia once again reached the final with the team of Goolagong, Fromholtz and Gourlay ...
1979 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles - Draw - Earlier Rounds - Section 6
... Jordan 1 ... Doerner 3 ... Goolagong Cawley 6 ... Rapponi 4 ... Doerner 6 ... Thompson 0 ... Doerner 3 ... Goolagong Cawley 6 ... Acker 3 ... Goolagong Cawley 3 ... Goolagong Cawley 6 ... Harper 3. ...
1971 French Open – Women's Singles - Draw - Finals
4 Nancy Gunter 6 ... Lesley Bowrey 4 ... Helen Gourlay 3 ... Evonne Goolagong 6 ... Françoise Durr 3 ... Evonne Goolagong 3 ... Evonne Goolagong 6 ... Marijke Schaar 1 ... Marijke Schaar 6 ... Linda Tuero 3. ...
Evonne Goolagong Cawley - Awards and Recognition
... Goolagong was awarded Australian of the Year in 1971 ... Goolagong was awarded an MBE in 1972 and made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in 1982 ... In 1988, Goolagong was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame ...
1974 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles - Draw - Earlier Rounds - Section 6
2 6 ... Latham 9 ... Latham 2 ... Greer 8 ... Kemmer 4 ... Peisachov 3 ... Goolagong 6 ... Meyer 3 ... Peisachov 3 ... Harris 6 ... Harris 6 ... Beaven 3 ... Harris 4 ... Kloss 3 ... Goolagong 6 ... Kaligis 2 ... Kloss 2 ...