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Dorothy Green (tennis)

Dorothy Green was an American tennis player of the start of the 20th century.

In 1912, she won the women's doubles at the US Women's National Championship with Mary Kendall Browne, who beat her the following year in the singles final.

Grand Slam finals

Singles finals lost

Year Championship Opponents Score
1913 US Women's National Championships United States Mary Kendall Browne 6-2, 7-5

Doubles titles

Year Championship Partner Opponents Score
1912 US Women's National Championships United States Mary Kendall Browne United States Maud Barger-Wallach
Mrs. Frederick Schmitz
6-2, 5-7, 6-0

Doubles finals lost

Year Championship Partner Opponents Score
1909 US Women's National Championships Canada Lois Moyes United States Hazel Hotchkiss
United States Edith Rotch
6-1, 6-1
1911 US Women's National Championships United States Florence Sutton United States Hazel Hotchkiss
United States Eleonora Sears
6-4, 4-6, 6-2
1913 US Women's National Championships United States Edna Wildey United States Mary Kendall Browne
United States Louise Riddell-Williams
12-10, 2-6, 6-3

Mixed doubles finals

Year Championship Partner Opponents Score
1913 US Women's National Championships United Kingdom S. Rogers United States Mary Kendall Browne
United States Bill Tilden
7-5 7-5

Performance in Grand Slams (partial)

Although the term "Grand Slam" refers to the four major tennis tournaments, it was only first used in 1933, and did not come into common usage until the 1950s.

Singles

Year - French Open Wimbledon US National
1913 - - - Final United States M. K. Browne

Result, final opponent

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