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Adeline McKinlay

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Adeline McKinlay

Adeline McKinlay was an American tennis player of the end of the 19th century.

She notably won the US Women's National Championship in 1892 in women's doubles with Mabel Cahill.

Grand Slam finals

Doubles titles

Date Name and date of tournament Surf. Partner Opponents Score
1892 US National Championships
Grass United Kingdom[1] Mabel Cahill United States Helen Day Harris
United States Amy Williams
6–1, 6–3


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