Rosemary Deloford

Rosemary Deloford (nee Walsh, born 26 April 1928) is a British former squash and tennis player.

Rosemary Deloford
Country (sports) United Kingdom
Born(1928-04-26)26 April 1928
Singles
Grand Slam singles results
Wimbledon4R (1949)
Doubles
Grand Slam doubles results
WimbledonQF (1955)
Grand Slam mixed doubles results
Wimbledon3R (1954)

A native of Birmingham, Deloford competed regularly at the Wimbledon Championships during her career. She reached the singles fourth round in 1949, claimed the 1954 All England Plate and was a doubles quarter-finalist in 1955.[1]

Deloford won the Surrey tennis championships in Surbiton in 1955.[2]

As a squash player she was a semi-finalist at both the British Open and U.S. national championships.[3]

Deloford was married to tennis player John Laurence "Jack" Deloford at a London church in 1955.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Drobny's Determination Was Vital Factor". The Birmingham Mail. 6 July 1954.
  2. ^ "Fine win for Miss Walsh". The Guardian Journal. 30 May 1955.
  3. ^ "Janet Morgan in Squash Final". The Birmingham Mail. 26 February 1955.
  4. ^ "Marriages". Birmingham Post. 13 September 1955.