The 1922 World Hard Court Championships (WHCC) (French: Championnats du Monde de Tennis sur Terre Battue) was the sixth edition of the World Hard Court Championships tennis tournament, considered as the precursor to the French Open. For the first time, the Championships were not held in Paris, but instead on the clay courts of the Royal Léopold Club in Brussels, Belgium, from 13 until 21 May 1922.
|1922 World Hard Court Championships|
|Surface||Clay / outdoor|
|Venue||Royal Léopold Club|
| Jean Borotra |
| Suzanne Lenglen |
| Henri Cochet |
For the second year in a row, Suzanne Lenglen won the singles, doubles and mixed doubles events.
- Tennis Archives - World Hardcourt Championships 1922 at the Wayback Machine (archived 2016-03-04)
- Championnats du monde sur terre battue - Simple messieurs 1922 at the Wayback Machine (archived 2015-06-13)