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Full name  Deborah Jevans-Jarrett
Wimbledon  4R (1979)
Turned pro  1976
French Open  2R (1981)
Role  Tennis Player

Career record  17–31
Name  Debbie Jevans
Country (sports)  Great Britain
US Open  2R (1982)
Retired  1983
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Born  20 May 1960 (age 55) London, England (1960-05-20)

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Deborah Jevans CBE (born 20 May 1960) is a British former tennis player and current sports executive. Jevans is a former junior Wimbledon champion and played in ten Grand Slam singles draws between 1979 and 1983, with her best result being the fourth round of Wimbledon, losing to fifth-seeded Virginia Wade. In 1978 she reached the quarter finals of the mixed doubles event at Wimbledon with her future husband and Wimbledon referee Andrew Jarrett.

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In 1987 Jevans took up a role of director of the Women's Game at the International Tennis Federation. In 2003 Jevans was appointed as director of sports for London 2012. After the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Jevans took over the post of chief executive for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. In 2014 Jevans was top of the list of the 50 most influential women in British sport created by the Guardian. Jevans stepped down from her Rugby World Cup role in March 2015 citing personal reasons. She is a member of the board of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC).

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