A. Germaine GOLDING

France FRA

Tennis

  • Games participations
    1
  • First Olympic Games
    Paris 1924
  • Year of Birth
    1887
Olympic Results

Biography

A. Germaine GOLDING

Germaine Golding was a top French player who competed in tennis at the 1924 Olympics. Her greatest tournament came at the 1922 World Covered Court Championships in St. Moritz, when she won all three titles. Golding lost in the final of the 1914 World Hard Court Championships to Suzanne Lenglen, who was then only 15-years-old. Golding won World Hard Court titles in doubles in 1921, with Lenglen, and mixed doubles in 1920, with William Laurentz. She was a runner-up in singles four times at the French Championships, losing in the final in 1910 and 1921-23. Golding won the French indoor singles title in 1914, 1921, and 1923-24. She entered Wimbledon in 1923, but withdrew from her first round match.

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Paris 1924

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Doubles Tennis
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