May 22-June 6 French Championships, Paris, France (Clay)
Venue: Stade Roland Garros
2R: d. Marcelle Beauge 6-0 6-1
3R: d. Madzy Rollin-Couquerque (Neth) 6-4 6-2
QF: d. Lolette Payot (Sui) 6-2 7-5
SF: d. Hilde Krahwinkel (Ger)  6-3 7-5
FI: d. Simone Mathieu  7-5 6-1
The invincible Helen hasn't lost a set in singles since 1927, but twice this year she came within a point of dropping one. First, the Swiss star Lolette Payot had two set points in the second set of their quarter-final. In the semi-finals Moody was severely pushed when the German Hilde Krahwinkel had a set point and a sitter of a volley. The German hit the easy shot long. Helen’s streak of match wins and sets continues, but Paris held out hope for those who wished to find a rival for the world-conquering American.
Even in the final, resistance was stiff. Simone Mathieu led 4-1 before Moody marched back to take the first set. Helen wore the Frenchwoman down with defensive play, a very uncharacteristic tactic from the usually hard-hitting American.
Helen won the doubles with Elizabeth Ryan and was the mixed finalit with Sidney Wood.
June 10-11, Wightman Cup, London, England (Grass)
Venue: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (Wimbledon) Centre Court
d. Dorothy Round 6-2 6-3
d. Eileen Whittingstall 6-2 6-4
The largest crowds ever for a Wightman Cup contest at Wimbledon. Round is nervous in the opening match, committing numerous double faults. Mrs Whittingstall had a hopeless task in trying to beat Mrs Moody, but excited the schoolgirls in the stands when she ran out to a 4-0 lead in set and had a point for 5-3. The fact that the US won the first 4 matches and clinched the Cup early took some excitement out of the contest
June 20-July 2, The Championships (Wimbledon), London, England (Grass)
Venue: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
2R: d. Madzy Rollin-Couquerque (Neth) 6-1 6-1
3R: d. Winifred Bower 6-1 6-0
4R: d. Kitty Godfree 6-3 6-0
QF: d. Dorothy Round  6-0 6-1
SF: d. Mary Heeley 6-2 6-0
FI: d. Helen Jacobs (US)  6-3 6-1
Moody returns after missing Wimbledon the year before and sweeps all before her in devastating fashion. If her foes thought she might have slipped a little Queen Helen soon dispelled the notion as she conceded only 13 games in 6 matches.
The "other Helen", 5th seed Jacobs, got the honor of taking the most games (4) off Moody in one match.
A hoped-for match betwwen Moody and defending champ Aussem never materialized. Cilly was ill and off form for much of 1932, so much so that she was unseeded. Aussem defaulted her first round match and never did match her heights of 1931 when she took 2 slams in one season.
July 4-9, Dutch International, Noordwijk, Netherlands (Clay)
1R: d. Mrs Boutmy 6-0 6-2
QF: d. Miss Sander 6-0 6-1
SF: d. Dorothy Andrus Burke (US) 6-0 6-1
FI: d. Madzy Rollin-Couquerque 6-1 6-1
July 11-16, Strasbourg International, Strausbourg, France (Clay)
Venue: Strasbourg Tennis Club
SF: d. Frau Richter (Ger) 6-0 6-0
FI: d. Ilse Friedleben (Ger) 6-0 8-6
Mrs Moody won the mixed doubles with Toto Brugnon.
19 wins and 0 defeats*
Won 4 of 4 events
*We are lacking a full draw for Strausbourg, so there is a fair chance she won more matches.
The return of Moody to Europe after a years absence dominated the year. Moody only played singles in four events, the French Championships, Wimbledon, Wightman Cup (played at Wimbledon) the Dutch Championships, and a minor event in Strausbourg. She won all her singles matches. Critics though noted that she didnt have the same game as in her dominant years and started slowly in matches. She won her 4th and last French Championships and 5th Wimbledon title and then decided to stay in Europe to study art and played doubles and mixed doubles in Paris and in some exhibitions.
World Ranking: #1
No US ranking as she did not play in the United States.