Lenglen


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Lenglen

(French lɑ̃ɡlɑ̃)
n
(Biography) Suzanne (syzan). 1899–1938, French tennis player: Wimbledon champion (1919-25)
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1919: France's Suzanne Lenglen became the first non-Englishspeaking women's champion at Wimbledon.
The 20-year-old Ostapenko is the first unseeded woman to lift the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen since Britain's Margaret Scriven in 1933.
Ostapenko, 19, had struggled against the wind during the opening set on Suzanne Lenglen, which Wozniacki took control of with two early breaks to race into a 5-0 lead.
Muguruza, who beat Serena Williams in the final 12 months ago, walked off following the loss wagging her finger at the fans on Court Suzanne Lenglen.
The first set on Court Suzanne Lenglen was a horror show for the world number one against a player who almost skipped Roland Garros because of a calf injury.
1919 FRENCH tennis player Suzanne Lenglen became the first non-English speaking women's champion at Wimbledon.
In Paris, Russian beauty Maria Sharapova celebrated her second French title by posing in a sexy minidress with the Suzanne Lenglen trophy at the Eiffel Tower.
MARIA Sharapova hugged the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen as she reflected on the most emotional of her five grand slam titles.
Berdych's superior all-round game was clear on Court Suzanne Lenglen as he dominated throughout to defeat Isner 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 and seeing to the exit of the last man from the United States left in the draw.
ANDY Murray must come back today to try to finish off Philipp Kohlschreiber after play was suspended for darkness at 7-7 in the fifth set of their third-round match at Roland Garros last night The pair followed a crazy five-set match between Gael Monfils and Fabio Fognini onto Court Suzanne Lenglen and produced just as many twists and turns.
Golubev is a flashy player who, along with the cold and windy conditions, made Murray's life difficult before the Scot ground out a 6-1 6-4 3-6 6-3 victory on Court Suzanne Lenglen.
Meanwhile many eyebrows had been raised when Monday's order of play was released showing eight-time champion and world number one Nadal opening his campaign on Suzanne Lenglen, Roland Garros' second court.