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Miriam Hall

 

Miriam Hall

Miriam Hall was an American tennis player of the start of the 20th century.

Notably, in 1904, she won the women's doubles at the US Women's National Championship with May Sutton Bundy.

Grand Slam finals

Doubles titles (1)

Year Champiomship Partner Opponents Score
1904 US Women's National Championships United States May Sutton Bundy United States Elisabeth Moore
United States Carrie Neely
3-6, 6-3, 6-3

Doubles runner-ups (1)

Year Champiomship Partner Opponents Score
1903 US Women's National Championships United States Marion Jones United States Elisabeth Moore
United States Carrie Neely
8-4, 6-1, 6-1

Grand Slam performances (partial)

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

Singles

None known

Doubles

Year - French Open Wimbledon US National
1903 - - - Final
United States M. Jones
United States E. Moore
United States Carrie Neely
1904 - - - Winner
United States M. S. Bundy
United States E. Moore
United States Carrie Neely

Result, partner, final opponents

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