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Ermyntrude Harvey

Ermyntrude Hilda[1] Harvey (1896 – 1973)[2] was a British tennis player of the 1920s.

In 1927, she won the US Women's National Championship in women's doubles with Kathleen McKane, and reached the final of Wimbledon the following year (with Eileen Bennett).

In mixed doubles, she was also a finalist in 1925 at Wimbledon, with Vincent Richards.

Grand Slam finals

Doubles

Titles (1)

Date Championship Partner Opponents Score
1927 US Women's National Champ’s, Forest Hills United Kingdom Kathleen McKane United Kingdom Betty Nuthall
United States Joan Fry Lakeman
6-1, 4-6, 6-4

Runner-ups (1)

Date Championship Opponents Partner Score
1928 The Championships
Wimbledon
United Kingdom Peggy Saunders Mitchell
United Kingdom Phoebe Watson
United Kingdom Eileen Bennett 2-6, 3-6

Mixed doubles

Runner-ups (1)

Date Championship Opponents Partner Score
1925 US Women's National Champ’s, Forest Hills United Kingdom Kathleen McKane
Australia John Hawkes
United States Vincent Richards 2-6, 4-6

Performance in Grand Slams (partial)

Although the term "grand slam" refers to the four major tennis tournaments, it was not used for the first time until 1933, and was not in common usage until the 1950s.

Singles

Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US National
1925 - 3rd round (1/8) France Julie Vlasto - -

Result, final opponent

Doubles

Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon US National
1927 - - - Winner
United Kingdom M. Godfree
United Kingdom B. Nuthall
United States F. Lakeman
1928 - - Final
United Kingdom B. Whittingstall
United Kingdom S. Mitchell
United Kingdom P. H. Watson
-

Result, partner, final opponent

Tennis portal

References

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