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Germaine Golding was a franco-British inter-war tennis player.

She reached three consecutive French Open finals, from 1921 to 1923, and lost on each occasion to Suzanne Lenglen.

She represented France at the 1924 Olympics in Paris[1], reaching the podium in the women's singles.

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Germaine Golding's titles

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Singles titles

None known

Singles finals lost

Date Name and place of final Cat. ($) Surf. Winner Score
1 1921 French Open, Paris G. Slam Clay (ext.) France Suzanne Lenglen French Open 1921
2 1922 French Open, Paris G. Slam Clay (ext.) France Suzanne Lenglen 6-4, 6-0 French Open 1922
3 1923 French Open, Paris G. Slam Clay (ext.) France Suzanne Lenglen 6-1, 6-4 French Open 1923
1924 Olympics, Paris Olympics 0 Template:Medal United Kingdom Kathleen McKane 5-7, 6-3, 6-0 Tennis at the 1924 Summer Olympics

Doubles titles

None known

Losing doubles finals

None known

Performance in Grand Slams (partial)

Singles

Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US Open
1921 - Final France Suzanne Lenglen - -
1922 - Final France Suzanne Lenglen - -
1923 - Final France Suzanne Lenglen - -
1925 - 3rd round (1/8) France Simone Mathieu - -
1926 - 1st round (1/16) United States Helen Wills - -
1927 - 2nd round (1/16) South Africa I. B. Peacock - -
1928 - 1st round (1/32) France Jeanne Peyre - -
1930 - 3rd round (1/8) Germany Irmgard Rost - -
1932 - 1st round (1/32) Italy Lucia Valerio - -
1933 - 2nd round (1/16) France S. J. Henrotin - -

result given for final match

Doubles

Not known

Notes and references

  1. ^ (English) ITF Document: detailed tables of all results (p. 120)PDF (1.02 MB)

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