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Edith Parker

Edith Parker was an American tennis player from the start of the 20th century.


In 1899 she won the singles title at the Niagara International Tennis Tournament.

In 1900, she reached the final of the women's singles of the US Women's National Championship, where she was beaten by Myrtle McAteer, but then beat her in the women's doubles final with Hallie Champlin.

Grand Slam finals

Singles runner-ups (1)

Year Championship Winner Score
1900[1] US National Championships United States Myrtle McAteer 6-2, 6-2, 6-0

Doubles titles (1)

Year Champiomship Partner Opponents Score
1900 US National Championships United States Hallie Champlin United States Marie Wimer
United States Myrtle McAteer
9-7, 6-2, 6-2


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