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Maria Bueno

Maria Esther Andion Bueno (born October 11, 1939) is a former professional tennis player from Brazil. During her 11-year career (plus a two-year comeback in 1976–77), she won 19 Major titles (seven singles, 11 women's doubles, one mixed doubles). She was the year-end number-one ranked female player four times.

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Agnes Morton - Grand Slam Singles Finals - Runner-ups (2)
... Angela Buxton / Althea Gibson (1957) Althea Gibson / Darlene Hard (1958) Maria Bueno / Althea Gibson (1959) Jeanne Arth / Darlene Hard (1960) Maria Bueno ...
Maria Bueno - Grand Slam Singles Tournament Timeline
... SR = the ratio of the number of Grand Slam singles tournaments won to the number of those tournaments played ... Note The Australian Open was held twice in 1977, in January and December. ...
1960 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles - Draw - Finals
... Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals 1 Maria Bueno 5 ... Angela Mortimer Barrett 1 ... Maria Bueno 3 ... Christine Truman Janes 3 ... Christine Truman Janes 6 ... Karen Hantze Susman 4. 1 ...
1965 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles - Draw - Finals
... Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals 1 Maria Bueno 6 ... – Julie Albert 1 ... Maria Bueno 5 ... Billie-Jean Moffitt 3 ... Lesley Turner 5 ... Billie-Jean Moffitt 1 ... Maria Bueno 5. 2 ...
Billie Jean King Career Statistics - Grand Slam Singles Records - United States Championships/Open
... Versus #2 seeds, King was 3–0 (Rosemary Casals (1971), Ann Haydon-Jones (1967), Maria Bueno 1965) ... King was 3–1 (wins Evonne Goolagong Cawley (1974), Margaret Court (1972), Maria Bueno (1968) loss Nancy Richey Gunter (1964)) ... King was 3–1 versus Virginia Wade, 2–0 versus Maria Bueno, 2–0 versus Ann Haydon-Jones, 2–0 versus Rosemary Casals, 1–0 versus Evonne Goolagong Cawley ...

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    [My one tennis book] was very, very old. It had a picture of Bill Tilden. I looked at the picture and that was how I learned to hold the racket.
    —Maria Bueno (b. 1939)

    Kidd Dabb: The boat doesn’t stop at Santa Maria this trip.
    Geoff Carter: Why not?
    Kidd: They have no bananas.
    Geoff: They have no bananas?
    Kidd: Yes, they have no bananas.
    Jules Furthman (1888–1960)