Jack Crawford

John harsh ore Crawford, admits as Jack Crawford (* 22. March 1908 in Albury; New South Wales, Australia; † 10. September 1991) was an Australian tennis player.

It won several Grand Slam of tournaments and nearly the first player would have been, who would have won the Grand Slam. Then five years of late Don Budge achieved this triumph.

In the year 1933 it won the Australian, French and English championships and stood in the final of the American championships in Forest Hills against Fred Perry. It led with 2:1 sentences, when it got an asthmatic accumulation, which cost it the title and the immortality in the tennis, and which last both sentences practically had to give away.

It 1979 to resound to OF Fame of the tennis sport taken up.

Grand Slam of victories:

  • Australian championships:
    • Single - 1931-33, 1935
    • doubles - 1929-30, 32, 1935
    • Mixed - 1931-33
  • Wimbledon:
    • Single - 1933
    • doubles - 1935
    • Mixed - 1930


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