Singles Champion

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Ken Rosewall - Career Statistics - Records
... Open 1971 Won title without losing a set Roger Federer Australian Open 1972 Oldest singles champion (37 years, 2 months) Stands alone US Open 1970 Oldest ... Biggest gap between first and last single title at Australian Championships 19 years (1953–1972) ... Youngest singles champion at Australian Championships 18 years, 2 months (1954) ...
Venus Williams - Professional Career - 1997–99: Early Success
... woman since Pam Shriver in 1978 to reach a US Open singles final on her first attempt and was the first unseeded US Open women's singles finalist since 1958 ... Kruger in the final to win the first singles title of her career ... the Direct Line International Championships in Eastbourne on grass before losing to eventual champion and World No ...
Nat Emerson
... He was a singles semifinalist at the 1908 U.S ... as the Cincinnati Masters he Was the first men’s singles winner (1899) Was a singles finalist in 1908 Defeated Fred Alexander in 1900 semifinals Won ... Truxtun Emerson, and Michael Chang) Also, he was Singles champion at the 1900 ... Ohio State singles tournament Singles champion at the Western Tennis Championship in 1907 1908 ...
Ronald Holmberg - Career Highlights
... Junior Wimbledon Singles Champion in 1956 Intercollegiate Highlights while at Tulane University All-American (first team) (1957, 1958, 1959) NCAA Doubles Champion with ... National Championships (the US Open) Men's Singles Semi-Finalist (1959) U.S ... National Championships (the US Open) Men's Singles Quarter-Finalist (1961) French Championships (the French Open) Men's Singles Quarter-Finalist (1961) U.S ...
René Lacoste
... He won seven Grand Slam singles titles in the French, American, and British championships but never made the long trip to Australia to play in their ... He married the famous golfing champion, Simone de la Chaume ... Their daughter Catherine Lacoste was a champion golfer ...

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