1922 Wimbledon Championships – Women's Singles

Defending champion Suzanne Lenglen defeated Molla Mallory in the final 6–2, 6–0 to win the Ladies' Singles tennis title at the 1922 Wimbledon Championships.[1][2] The match lasted only 23 minutes, the quickest singles final match in the history of the tournament.[3]

Women's Singles
1922 Wimbledon Championships
ChampionFrance Suzanne Lenglen
Runner-upUnited States Molla Mallory
Final score6–2, 6–0
Details
Draw64
Seeds
Events
Singles men women
Doubles men women mixed
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DrawEdit

KeyEdit

FinalsEdit

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
               
  Elizabeth Ryan 1 6
  Suzanne Lenglen 6 8
  Suzanne Lenglen 6 6
  Irene Peacock 4 1
  Peggy Dransfield 2 2
  Irene Peacock 6 6
  Suzanne Lenglen 6 6
  Molla Mallory 2 0
  Mrs IFL Elliot 6 1
  Winifred Beamish 8 6
  Winifred Beamish 2 2
  Molla Mallory 6 6
  Aurea Edgington 2 4
  Molla Mallory 6 6

Top halfEdit

Section 1Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
  Elizabeth Ryan 6 6
  Enid Head 3 0   E Ryan 4 6 6
  Winifred McNair 8 6   W McNair 6 3 0
  Olive Manser 6 1   E Ryan 6 6
  Ermyntrude Harvey 7 4 6   E Harvey 3 3
  Mrs RRW Jackson 5 6 2   E Harvey 6 6
  D Fenwick 6 4 4   Mrs Rawson-Wood 2 1
  Mrs Rawson-Wood 1 6 6   E Ryan 1 6
  ML Stevenson 3 5   S Lenglen 6 8
  Evelyn Colyer 6 7   E Colyer 6 6
  Sylvia Lumley-Ellis 6 4   PM Stevenson 3 3
  PM Stevenson 8 6   E Colyer 0 0
  Kitty McKane 6 6   S Lenglen 6 6
  Eleonora Sears 1 0   K McKane 1 5
  Suzanne Lenglen 6 6   S Lenglen 6 7
  Mrs MF Ellis 0 0

Section 2Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
  Mrs Anstey
  Ruth Winch w/o   Mrs Anstey 2 6 3
  Blanche Colston 6 6   B Colston 6 3 6
  Peggy Ingram 3 4   B Colston w/o
  Annie Cobb w/o   P Dransfield
  Peggy Dransfield   P Dransfield 8 2 6
  Helen Leisk 8 6   H Leisk 6 6 4
  Molly Welsh 6 2   P Dransfield 6 6
  Norah Middleton 8 6 6   I Peacock 2 2
  Mrs HC Hextall 6 8 1   N Middleton 2 0
  Mildred Coles 2 1   I Peacock 6 6
  Irene Peacock 6 6   I Peacock 7 6
  Elizabeth Macready 6 2 6   D Holman 5 0
  Mrs AA Hall 3 6 2   E Macready 3 0
  Dorothy Holman 6 6   D Holman 6 6
  Violet Pinckney 1 2

Bottom halfEdit

Section 3Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
  C Rimington 6 3 6
  Edith Sigourney 4 6 4   C Rimington 5 3
  Mrs IFL Elliot 6 6   Mrs IFL Elliot 7 6
  Mrs Johnstone-Brown 2 2   Mrs IFL Elliot 6 6
  Mrs JB Perrett 5 6 2   M O'Neill 4 3
  Madeline O'Neill 7 3 6   M O'Neill 6 8
  Louise Bull 8 6   L Bull 2 6
  Pauline Alison 6 1   Mrs IFL Elliot 6 1
  Ariadne Rodocanachi 6 6   W Beamish 8 6
  Mrs ES Graham 4 4   A Rodocanachi 2 2
  Winifred Beamish 6 6   W Beamish 6 6
  Dorothy Kemmis-Betty 2 4   W Beamish 6 6
  Mrs HB Weston 2 6 7   Mrs HB Weston 3 4
  WM Haughton 6 3 5   Mrs HB Weston 6 6
  Marjorie Bain 0 0   M Stocks 4 4
  Margaret Stocks 6 6

Section 4Edit

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
  MS Scott 5 5
  Vera Youle 7 7   V Youle 2 3
  Doris Craddock 1 0   A Edgington 6 6
  Aurea Edgington 6 6   A Edgington 6 3 6
  AM Hogg 3 4   E Rose 1 6 3
  EZ Stokes 6 6   EZ Stokes 5 1
  Eleanor Goss 2 0   E Rose 7 6
  Eleanor Rose 6 6   A Edgington 2 4
  Mabel Parton 6 6   M Mallory 6 6
  Mrs Bruce-May 2 4   M Parton 6 6
  Jessie Walker 0 6 1   P Satterthwaite 4 1
  Phyllis Satterthwaite 6 3 6   M Parton 2 1
  Mrs WP Keays 0 3   M Mallory 6 6
  Molla Mallory 6 6   M Mallory 6 6
  Joan Hextall 3 3   Mrs WL Hollick 1 2
  Mrs WL Hollick 6 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.
  3. ^ "What was the shortest-ever match at Wimbledon?". Ask Steven – ESPN.co.uk. Retrieved 25 June 2012.

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