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Jun 21st, 2013 01:45 PM
Re: Who is the oldest living female tennis great?

Doris Hart, b. 20 June 1925, is 88 years young today. Doris, Margaret Court and Martina Navratilova are the only players, male or female, to have won the singles, doubles and mixed doubles titles at all four majors. Like other players of her era, Doris's achievements were somewhat overshadowed by the success of Maureen Connnoly in the years 1951-54.
May 30th, 2013 12:00 AM
Re: Who is the oldest living female tennis great?

Originally Posted by newmark401 View Post
Is Bobbie Heine (Miller) still alive? See here:
I live about 8k from her (or at least where she lived when she turned 100) and haven't heard/read anything in the news since then. She'd be one of the oldest living people in the capital, so that would be news-worthy, even without her sporting credentials.

Tried to look her up in the phone-book and she's not listed, but that doesn't mean much. She's also not listed in the local cemetery/graveyard search, so here's hoping..
May 25th, 2013 02:50 PM
Re: Who is the oldest living female tennis great?

Is Bobbie Heine (Miller) still alive? See here:
May 25th, 2013 09:49 AM
Re: Who is the oldest living female tennis great?

As of 2013

Dorothy Cheney 96
Louise Brough 90
Doris Hart 87

Jul 11th, 2006 11:56 PM
Originally Posted by Rollo
Is Dodo still going like the energizer bunny?

I think she is the first American to win the Australian that Dodo.
Jul 11th, 2006 11:31 PM
Rollo Is Dodo still going like the energizer bunny?
Jan 5th, 2003 07:56 AM
Zummi Yes, she is
Jan 4th, 2003 10:49 AM
way And, since we' re talking oldest living female great, if we just add "active" and since i see Zummi is here I must say you gool'ol Tina's kicking some ass, isn't she?
Jan 4th, 2003 10:47 AM
way The story about Cheney is amazing.
Didn't know that!!!
Jan 4th, 2003 06:53 AM
Zummi Margaret du Pont lives in El Paso on her ranch. She loves horses. She used to raise thoroughbred racehorses with her second doubles partner, Margaret Varner Bloss. Not sure if she still does that.

Nov 17th, 2002 12:14 AM
Sam L
Originally posted by Rollo
Right now I'm reading Helen Wills autobiography.
Please do tell as much as you can if you have time

wow @ Dodo Cheney!
Nov 11th, 2002 09:03 AM
Nov 10th, 2002 06:10 PM
Ryan Dodo sounds like an amazing person. They should have her at the Aussie Open next year, or whichever one she won before.
Nov 10th, 2002 05:22 PM
Rollo DH-I like your idea of bringing these women to the slams they won. A 40th,50th, or 60th year anniversary would be great. Fans could really have fun with it by having them autograph memorabilia and the like, show clips of the "oldies" and put up pictures.
Nov 10th, 2002 04:22 PM
disposablehero Yes, Rollo, I actually pulled my list of names from the Hall Of Fame site, but Louise Brough slipped by me.
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