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HUNT, LESLEY
Australia (Western Australia)
Born 29 May 1950
Married (1) Jim Hambeuchen by 1976
Married (2) G Revydavy

First husband was her agent. Played under maiden name even after marriage. Famously pushed Chris Evert in a dramatic match at Wimbledon in 1974 that was played over two days. Made the QF at the 1978 US Open.

Hunt (on left) with Margaret Court and Evonne Goolagong. The Aussie team is holding the Federation Cup for 1971.

For one year Lesley was US television star Farrah Fawcett's personal tennis coach.

 

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HUNTER, “MINNIE” (Alicia Maud Hunter)
United Kingdom
Born 1873
Died May 1905
Married Edmund Walker Pinckney, August 1903

Yorkshire-born Minnie Hunter won the Scottish singles championship in 1897 and 1900.

[Thanks to Jimbo for information on this player]
 

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HUTCHINGS, GLADYS (Gladys C Hutchins)
Bermuda
Active from as early as 1924 to as late as 1940

Champion of Bermuda and Canada in 1924. She also competed at Wimbledon in 1924,losing in the 1R. Active in mixed event at Bermuda as late as 1940.
 

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INGLEBERT, MICHELINE
France
Married Bernard Lucot (a tennis player), in 1947 after the French.
[Active 1937 to 1950]

Winner: 1939-Lille

Finalist: 1939-Le Touquet

French Championships record
(entered 193, 1946-1947, and 1949-1950)

Singles: 2-3, with 2 defaults (in 1939 and 1950)

Made the 3R in singles and the 4R in Mixed doubles at her only Wimbledon appearance in 1946.

She played the 1947 French as Mlle Inglebert and married soon after, as she was ranked #7 in France for 1947 as Mme Lucot. They had two daughters, Patricia and Myriam.

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Archive - Draws Archive : Micheline Inglebert - 2015 Wimbledon Championships Website - Official Site by IBM

[thanks to Jimbo and Rollo for this information]
 

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HENSEL, EDWINA (Edwina Cavel Hensel)
United States
Born 2 December 1891 in Philadelphia
Died 8 March 1991 in Naples, Florida
Married Daniel Clark Wharton-Smith after June 1916
[Active circa 1915-17]

Edwina was a member of the Merion Cricket Club in Haverford, Pennsylvania. She played in 1916 US National Championships as Miss Hensel.
She graduated from Sweet Briar College in Virginia.

[Baltimore Sun Obituary]

Edwina C. W. Smith
Flower show judge

Services for Edwina Caven Wharton Smith, who was a flower show judge, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, 6200 N. Charles St.

Mrs. Smith, who was 99 and lived on Wyndhurst Avenue, died Fridayof heart disease at the vacation home of a niece in Naples, Fla.
She was born Edwina Caven Hensel in Philadelphia. Her husband, Dr. D. C Wharton Smith, a retired pediatrician, died in 1979.
A longtime member of the St. George's Garden Club, Mrs. Smith was a judge for the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland.

Mrs. Smith liked fowl hunting and salmon fishing in Nova Scotia, where she had a summer home. She also played tennis and golf at the Elkridge Club.
She is survived by two nieces, Alberta Baker of Chester, Nova Scotia, and Naples and Margaret McPherson, of Durham, N.C.; three nephews, Joseph N. Pew III of Philadelphia; Eben D. Finney Jr. of Baltimore and Dr. D.C. Wharton Finney of Ruxton; and many grandnieces and grandnephews.
The family suggested contributions to the Union Memorial Hospital or to the Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church.

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[This page has her engagement photo]

http://fultonhistory.com/Newspapers 23/Philadelphia PA Inquirer/Philadelphia PA Inquirer 1914/Philadelphia PA Inquirer 1914 - 0805.pdf
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=70882721
 

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IRVING, KEYDEN (Keyden Ethel Irving)
Australia (Queensland)
Born 18 January 1894 in Queensland
Died 27 March 1984 in Gold Coast, Queensland
[Active circa 1919-30]

Keyden Ethel Irving was a stalwart of lawn tennis in Queensland and beyond for several years in the 1920s. Keyden’s parents, Andrew Irving and Keyden Edgar Irving (née Smith), were English immigrants to Australia from the town of Rochdale in Lancashire. Andrew Irving was an architect and surveyor by profession.

Keyden was in the 1923 Australian Nationals draw.

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https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/172620445?searchTerm=keyden%20irving%20Toowong%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20%20&searchLimits=

[Thanks to Newmark and Rollo for this information]
 
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