American-born tennis player Bunny Ryan (Elizabeth Ryan) in action against Suzanne Lenglen of France during a women's singles match at Wimbledon. As a women's doubles team Ryan and Lenglen won Wimbledon six times.
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London, England, 17th July, 1940, A man ploughing up the field in his tractor at the car parks of Wimbledon Tennis Club for food production as part of the war effort in World War Two
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Bobby Riggs (1918 - 1995, left) of the USA, and J N Dhamija of India, before their first round singles match at Wimbledon, 26th June 1939. Riggs won the match 6-3, 6-0, 6-4.
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English tennis player Fred Perry in action against Roderick Menzel of Czechoslovakia during the championship at Wimbledon. He was three times Wimbledon champion.
Tennis, 30th June 1932, Mrs, Helen Wills-Moody in action v Mary Heeley of Birmingham who she beat 6-2, 6-0, in the Wimbledon ladies semi-final
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Jean Borotra (1898 - 1994) of France leaps over the net to be congratulated by Fred Perry of Great Britain at the end of the Gentlemen's Doubles final at the Wimbledon Championships, June 1932. Borotra and Jacques Brugnon beat Perry...More
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8th July 1930, Mrs, Helen Wills-Moody, is presented with her Wimbledon singles and doubles medals at Waterloo Station, London, by R,J, McNair (vice-president of the L,T,A,), prior to her leaving for USA
King George VI (1895 - 1952) when Duke of York reaches for an overhead shot during a tennis match at Wimbledon, his partner is Sir Louis Greig.
The Duke of York, later King George VI, playing at the Wimbledon tennis championships.
French tennis players Suzanne Lenglen and Rene Lacoste arrive for practice at Wimbledon. Original Publication: People Disc - HH0140
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