1913 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Doubles

Dora Boothby and Winifred McNair defeated Dorothea Lambert Chambers and Charlotte Sterry in the final, 4–6, 2–4 retired to win the inaugural Ladies' Doubles tennis title at the 1913 Wimbledon Championships.[1][2]

Women's Doubles
1913 Wimbledon Championships
ChampionsUnited Kingdom Dora Boothby
United Kingdom Winifred McNair
Runners-upUnited Kingdom Dorothea Lambert Chambers
United Kingdom Charlotte Sterry
Final score4–6, 2–4 retired
Details
Draw21
Seeds
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women mixed
Wimbledon Championships · 1914 →

DrawEdit

KeyEdit

FinalsEdit

Semifinals Final
          
  Dorothea Lambert Chambers
  Charlotte Sterry
6 2 6
  Mrs Armstrong
  Olive Manser
3 6 3
  Dorothea Lambert Chambers
  Charlotte Sterry
6 4r
  Dora Boothby
  Winifred McNair
3 2
  Ethel Larcombe
  Mabel Parton
3 4
  Dora Boothby
  Winifred McNair
6 6

Top halfEdit

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
  Aurea Edgington
  Mieken Rieck
w/o
  Dorothea Lambert Chambers
  Charlotte Sterry
  D Lambert Chambers
  C Sterry
6 6
  H Aitchison
  A Tuckey
1 2
  Helen Aitchison
  Agnes Tuckey
6 6
  Jessie Greene
  Eleanor Rose
1 3
  C Sterry
  D Lambert Chambers
6 2 6
  Mrs Armstrong
  O Manser
3 6 3
  BMS Lee
  Mrs Perrett
3 2
  J Coles
  Mrs FS Warburg
2 1   D Holman
  P Satterthwaite
6 6
  Dorothy Holman
  Phyllis Satterthwaite
6 6   D Holman
  P Satterthwaite
3 3
  KM Allen
  Mrs AA Hall
2 3   Mrs Armstrong
  O Manser
6 6
  Agnes Morton
  Elizabeth Ryan
6 6   A Morton
  E Ryan
4 3
  Mrs Armstrong
  Olive Manser
  Mrs Armstrong
  O Manser
6 6
  Blanche Hillyard
  Gladys Lamplough
w/o

Bottom halfEdit

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
  Edith Hannam
  Constance Luard
  Hilda Lane
  Mrs Nesham
w/o   E Hannam
  C Luard
1 6 3
  Ethel Larcombe
  Mabel Parton
6 6   E Larcombe
  M Parton
6 2 6
  Winifred Beamish
  Madeline O'Neill
2 1   E Larcombe
  M Parton
6 6
  T Hall
  V Spofforth
3 3
  Tessa Hall
  Vera Spofforth
  Mildred Coles
  Marie Hazel
w/o
  E Larcombe
  M Parton
3 4
  D Boothby
  W McNair
6 6
  M Brooksmith
  Edith Greville
6 6
  GB Foster
  Mrs Lambert
1 2
  M Brooksmith
  E Greville
4 5
  D Boothby
  W McNair
6 7
  Mrs WE Hudleston
  Beryl Tulloch
4 6 3
  Dora Boothby
  Winifred McNair
6 4 6

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 100 Years of Wimbledon by Lance Tingay, Guinness Superlatives Ltd. 1977
  2. ^ Barrett, John (2014). Wimbledon: The Official History (4th ed.). Vision Sports Publishing. ISBN 9-781909-534230.

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