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Charles Hare (tennis)

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Full name  Charles Edgar Hare
US Open  QF (1937)
Turned pro  1934
Wimbledon  4R (1937)
Retired  1955
French Open  QF (1937)
Role  Tennis Player
Country (sports)  United Kingdom
Name  Charles Hare

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Born  16 July 1915 Birmingham, England (1915-07-16)
Highest ranking  No. 10 (1937, A. Wallis Myers)
Died  November 18, 1996, Salisbury, United Kingdom

Charles Edgar Hare (16 July 1915 – 18 November 1996) was a British tennis player active in 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.

Tennis career

1937 was by far Hare's most successful year, reaching the quarterfinals of the French Championships and the U.S. National Championships, the fourth round of Wimbledon and playing for Great Britain in the Challenge Round of the 1937 Davis Cup.

He was ranked World No. 10 by A. Wallis Myers of The Daily Telegraph for 1937.

In January 1943 he married tennis player Mary Hardwick in Phoenix, Arizona.

References

Charles Hare (tennis) Wikipedia


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