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1926 (results are complete)

Summary
Entered 12 tournaments in total.

Singles
Won 4 of 5 events entered. Defaults in 1 event (Wimbledon).
21-0 match record, with 1 default.

Doubles
Won of 8 of 12 events entered. Defaults in 3 events. Events won mostly with Satterwaite and Vlasto.
35-1 match record with 3 defaults.

Mixed
Won 6 of 9 events entered. 3 defaults. 4 of 5 events won with Jacques "Toto" Brugnon.
29-0 match record with 3 defaults

From her defeat in 1921 until her last amateur match Suzanne had recorded 171 straight wins, an all-time record.

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December 28-January 4 Beau Site New Year Meeting, Cannes

Doubles with Phyllis Satterwaite

1R: d Miss KA Fischer/Mlle A Mallet 6-0 6-0
QF: d Madeline O'Neill/Mme Tauney 6-0 6-0
SF: lost by default to Mrs M Morris/Sylvia Lafaurie

Mixed with F. M. B. Fischer

1R: bye
2R: d Mrs EH Keays/Dr A Warden 6-1 6-1
QF: d Sylvia Lafaurie/A Lafaurie 6-0 6-3
SF: d Cosette St Omer Roy/Charles Aeschliman 6-4 7-5
FI: lost by default to Phyllis Satterwaite/DN Greig

*Lenglen defaulted in both events due to a chill. Alan Little has the default in ladies doubles as a final., but note we have a score for the ladies final in the 1926 results thread.
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January 4-10 Nice LTC Chmps, Nice

SF: d Mrs Bramley Moore 6-0 6-0

FI: d Mlle J Franke ????

Won doubles with Mlle Pat de Cros

Won Mixed Doubles with Toto Brugnon

This event was open to club members only and is not counted in Suzanne's statistics.
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January 11-18 New Courts Club ,Cannes

doubles with Phyllis Satterwaite

1R: bye
2R: d Mrs Branley Moore/Mrs Elsa Haylock 6-0 6-0
QF: d Mrs M Morris/Lady G Roundway default
SF: d Lesley Cadle/Mrs EH Keays 6-0 6-0
FI: d Mrs D Coleman/E. Petchell 6-1 6-1

Mixed with Henri Cochet

1R: bye
2R: d Miss Hunter/H Czetwertynski 6-0 6-0
QF: d E Petchell/Lord Charles Hope 6-0 6-0
SF: d Lady Crosfield/HG Mayes 6-0 6-1
FI: d Phyllis Satterwaite/Toto Brugnon 6-0 6-4
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January 18-24 Metropole Hotel , Cannes

Doubles with Diddie Vlasto

1R: d Miss MB Brown/Miss KM Scott 6-0 6-1
QF: d Lady Crosfield/Mrs M Morris 6-2 6-0
SF: d Lesley Cadle/M. Tripp 6-3 6-0
FI: d Helene Contostavlos/Phyllis Satterwaite 6-3 6-2

Mixed with Toto Brugnon

1R: d Mrs G Calder/AD Vickers 6-2 6-2
2R: d Madeline O'Neill/WP Pinckney 6-0 6-2
QF: d Eileen Bennett/FR Scovel 6-1 6-2
SF: d E Petchell/Charles Aeschliman 6-1 6-0
FI: d Helene Contostavlos/F.M. B. Fisher 6-0 6-1

Helen Wills has invaded the Riviera, and Lenglen knows she must beat her. Rather than enter the singles here Suzanne watches Wills struggle to win the singles event.
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February 1-7 Parc Imperial, Nice

1R: d Mlle S Haefferty 6-0 6-0
2R: d Mlle Marjollet 6-0 6-0
QF: d Lesley Bancroft Aeschliman 6-0 6-0
SF: d Mrs Elsa Haylock 6-0 6-0
FI: d Miss MA Wright 6-0 6-0

Doubles with Phyllis Satterwaite

1R: d Mlle Bourdineau/Mlle P Joyeux 6-0 6-0
2R: lost by default to Mrs Bramley Moore/Mlle Crimon

Mixed with Hubert Morpugo

1R: d Miss MC Marshall/Jaureguiberry 6-0 6-0
2R: d Miss E Fargus/NS Hopkins default
QF: d D Petrocochino/V Landau 6-0 6-1
SF: d E Petchell/R Gallepe 6-1 6-1
FI: d Helen Wills/Charles Aeschliman 6-1 6-2

Suzanne's first singles event of 1926. She wins all 5 matches without dropping a game. Satterwaite had an accident (her car collided with a tram)-forcing her withdrawal from the doubles. In the mixed Suzane and her partner easily crush Helen Wills and partner.

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February 8-16 Carlton Club, Cannes

1R: bye
2R: d MC Bower 6-0 6-0
3R: d M Cambridge 6-0 6-0
QF: d Lady G Roundway 6-0 6-0
SF d. Helene Contostavlos 6-0 6-2
FI d. Helen Wills (US) 6-3 8-6

Doubles with Diddi Vlasto

1R: d Miss B Gould/Mes L Hall 6-0 6-1
QF: d Miss MA Dallett/Mrs S Westcott 6-0 6-0
SF: d Lady Crosfield/Mme Papalex default
FI: d. Helene Contostavlos/Helen Wills 6-4 8-6

Mixed with F. M. B. Fischer

1R: bye
2R: lost by default to Miss A Redmayne/HA Milne

Suznne wins the "match of the century" over Helen Wills before a wildly excited crowd. She withdrew from the mixed event.

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February 15-21 Beaulieu (Bristol Hotel) Beaulieu, France

Doubles with Phyllis Satterwaite

1R: bye
QF: d Mrs E Noble/Mrs C Pittman 6-0 6-0
SF: lost by default to Mrs Creasy/Miss H Woolrych

Suzane was ill and withdrew from the doubles.
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February 22-28 Monte Carlo Chmps (La Festa) Monaco

Doubles with Diddie Vlasto

1R: d Mme Taunay/Miss Westselaar default
SF: d Miss PM Radcliffe/Miss NQ Radcliffe Platt 6-3 6-0
FI: d Eileen Bennett/Phyllis Satterwaite 6-4 8-6

Suzane and Diddie win the Beaumont Cup-partners must be from the same nation.

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March 29-April 4 Carlton Club (2nd meeting), Cannes

Doubles with Phyllis Satterwaite

1R: bye
2R: d Dorothy Holman/Miss Weiwers 6-0 6-0
QF: d Mrs EH Keays/Mme Taunay 6-0 6-0
SF: d Mrs D Coleman/E Petchell 6-2 6-0
FI: d Lili de Alvarez/Dorothy Shepherd-Barron 6-0 6-1

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April 5-11 Bea Soleil Chmps, Monte Carlo
Venue: La Festa

Doubles with Phyllis Satterwaite

1R: bye
QF: d Lady Bird/Miss Bird 6-0 6-0
SF: d Miss Adams/Mrs Arthur 6-0 6-0
FI: d Lili de Alvarez/Dorothy Shepherd-Barron 6-4 6-4

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April 26-May 1 Rome, Italy

1R: d Miss Micclavez 6-0 6-0
QF: d Pat du Cros 6-0 6-0
SF: d A. Macchi di Cellere 6-0 6-0
FI: d. Maud Rosembaum 6-0 6-0

Doubles with Mlle Pat du Cros

1R: d Capegna/L Rosapina 6-0 6-0
SF: d Miss Pollio/Miss Ramsey 6-0 6-0
FI: d Miss Miclavez/Maud Rosembaum 6-0 6-0

Mixed with Toto Brugnon

1R: d Miss Carpegna/Olivares 6-0 6-1
SF: d Miss L Rosapina/C d'Avalos 6-0 6-0
FI: d A Macchi di Cellere/G de Stefani 6-1 6-1

Won singles without dropping a game.
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In May Suzanne decided not to play a match vs. The US in Paris, dissapointing those hoping for a repeat of a match with Wills. The much anticipated rematch never happened as Wills became ill in Paris during the French Open.

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2-14 June French Open Paris, France (Clay)
1R d. Ilona Peteri (Hun) 6-0 6-0
2R d. Dorothy Shepherd-Barron (GB) 6-0 6-0
QF d. Simone Mathieu 6-0 6-0
SF d. Joan Fry (GB) 6-2 6-1
FI d. Mary Browne (US) 6-1 6-0

Doubles with Diddie Vlasto
1R bye
2R d. Borman/Borman 6-0 6-0
QF d. Grasset/Simone Mathieu 6-3 6-0
SF d. Joan Fry/Dorothy Shepherd-Barron 6-2 6-1
FI d. Evelyn Colyer/Kitty Godfree 6-1 6-1

Mixed with Toto Brugnon
1R bye
2R d. Kea Bouman/Timmer 6-2 6-2
3R d. Dorothy Barron/Gregory 6-2 6-4
QF d. Mary Browne/Kehlring 4-6 6-4 6-1
SF d. Kitty Godfree/Leslie Godfree 6-2 6-1
FI d. Nanette Besnerais/Jean Borotra 6-4 6-3

Helen Wills has an attack of appendicitus and defaults in the 2R, making the event a cakewalk for Lenglen.

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21 June to 3 July. Wimbledon
1R d. Mary Browne 6-2 6-3
2R d. Evelyn Dewhurst 6-2 6-2
3R lost by default to Claire Beckingham

Doubles with Diddi Vlasto
1R bye
2R lost by default to Mary Browne/Elizabeth Ryan 3-6 9-7 6-2

Mixed with Jean Borotra
1R d. Beatrice Brown/Harold Aitken 6-3 6-0
2R lost by default to Mary Browne/Howard Kinsey

Wimbledon's jubilee year sees past champions presented with medals on opening day. She gets a loud cheer as she bows before the Queen to receive her silver medal. The cheers turn to jeers days later when a scheduling conflict leads the British public to believe that Suzanne has snubbed the Queen, who waited for a Lenglen that did not appear on Centre Court. The stress gets to Lenglen and she withdraws from all events. Wimbledon is her last event as an amateur. She had planned to enter the Midland Chmps in Edgbaston and the Irish Chmps, but promply withdrew from these events.

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