Suzanne Rachel Flore Lenglen (French pronunciation: [syzan lɑ̃ɡlɛn]; 24 May 1899 – 4 July 1938) was a French tennis player. She was ranked as the inaugural world No. 1 from 1921 to 1926, winning 8 Grand Slam titles in singles and 21 in total. She also had 4 separate World Championship titles in singles and 10 in total.
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Lenglen’s worldwide popularity was twofold: First, she was a championship phenomenon at age 15 (winning the World Hardcourt Championships in Paris), who was groomed by her father for success and perfection. She was athletic and graceful, a relentless competitor who won the Wimbledon Ladies Singles and Doubles Championships five straight years and six of seven years (1919-1923, 1924).
Suzanne Rachel Flore Lenglen (born May 24, 1899, Compiègne, France—died July 4, 1938, Paris) is a French tennis player and six-time Wimbledon champion in both singles and doubles competition, whose athletic play, combining strength and speed, changed the nature of women's tennis and positioned her as the dominant women's amateur player from 1919 until 1926, when she turned professional. She was also one of the greatest women players of hard-court tennis in her time.
On what would have been the first day of the French Open, we celebrate the birthday of Suzanne Lenglen, tennis' original star attraction. Born in Paris in 1899, she died in the same city at just 39.
Lenglen came to tennis, fittingly, in dramatic fashion. Born in Paris in 1899, she suffered from chronic asthma as a child and took up the sport when her father, a businessman of moderate means ...
Suzanne Lenglen was called “our Suzanne” by French media and was known around the world as 'The Goddess'. In her short life, Lenglen became one of the top female players of the pre-Open era, capturing 12 Grand Slam singles titles and the allegiance of fans everywhere. Lenglen was born in Paris on May 24, 1899, to Charles and Anaïs Lenglen.
dominique perrault architecture (DPA) has won a competition to transform the suzanne lenglen tennis court in paris with a delicately pleated retractable roof. the arena is the second largest court...