I won the medals in an auction, and on enquiring where etc, i hit another brick wall, i bought them from birmingham (live in london), and the sole info was they came from a demolition guy.
Any more details about the medals? What-if any, incriptions or writing is on them? Can we connect them to any event?
huge thanks for replying rollo, any info would and is appreciated, yes i believe she lived near london, more than that i've no clue. I did look through the early 1920s wimbledon results on wikipedia, but sadly she is the only name with NO link...oh well
thanks for replying, i'm just unsure where to turn next
I have a couple of ideas for you.
Try the Wimbledon library. It's really the best resource, and in your case fairly local. They have a wealth of information. When you go concentrate on sources for a couple of areas.
The first would be 1927-when she was finalist for the British Hard Courts. Two sources are good bets:
A. Ayres Almanac (look in the 1928 book-especially under "Who's Who")
B. Lawn Tennis and Badminton-especially the issue where they covered the BHC
The second time to look at would be when she retired. Find the last year she played Wimbledon  and look after that.
1934 was her last year at Wimbledon as E R Clarke. Did she simply stop playing? get injured? get married?
Any info you find from these sources can then be turned around and used to mine geneology sites.
Another source may be the London Times. Now that it can be searched online you could go in and search for "Clarke" and "Tennis" in the relevant years.
At any rate I hope you don't give up