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Full name  Alfred Ernest Beamish
WCCC  F (1921)
Died  February 28, 1944
Country (sports)  United Kingdom
Olympic Games  1R (1912)
Retired  1921
Australian Open  F (1912)
Name  Alfred Beamish
Turned pro  1903
Wimbledon  SF (1912, 1914)
Role  Tennis Player

Alfred Beamish
Born  6 August 1879 Richmond, London, England (1879-08-06)
Olympic medals  Tennis at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Men's indoor doubles
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Alfred beamish legend


Alfred Ernest Beamish (6 August 1879 – 28 February 1944) was an English tennis player born in Richard, Surrey, England. He finished runner-up to James Cecil Parke in the Men's Singles final of the Australasian Championships, the future Australian Open, in 1912. Beamish also partnered Charles Dixon to win the Bronze medal in the indoor doubles event at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. He was runner up in one of tennis early majors, the World Covered Court Championship, in 1921. He also competed at the 1920 Summer Olympics.

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