Tennis at the 1908 Summer Olympics - Women's Indoor Singles


Tennis at the 1908 Summer Olympics - Women's Indoor Singles

The indoor women's singles was one of six lawn tennis events on the Tennis at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme.

Results

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Bracket

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team-width=

RD1-seed1=
RD1-team1=flagicon|GBR Gwendoline Eastlake-Smith
RD1-score1-1="'7
RD1-score1-2="'7
RD1-score1-3=
RD1-seed2=
RD1-team2=flagicon|GBR Violet Pinkney
RD1-score2-1=5
RD1-score2-2=5
RD1-score2-3=

RD1-seed3=
RD1-team3=flagicon|SWE Elsa Wallenberg
RD1-score3-1=11
RD1-score3-2=4
RD1-score3-3=4Cook, p. 222. Coles, with a lead of 5 games to 4 and 40-15 in the game in progress, was a single point from defeating Wallenberg when the Briton suffered an arm injury and could not continue play.]
RD1-seed4=
RD1-team4=flagicon|GBR Mildred Coles
RD1-score4-1=9
RD1-score4-2=6
RD1-score4-3=5 r

RD1-seed5=
RD1-team5=flagicon|GBR Angela Greene
RD1-score5-1="'6
RD1-score5-2="'6
RD1-score5-3=
RD1-seed6=
RD1-team6=flagicon|GBR Penelope Boothby
RD1-score6-1=2
RD1-score6-2=2
RD1-score6-3=

RD1-seed7=
RD1-team7=flagicon|SWE Märtha Adlerstråhle
RD1-score7-1=
RD1-score7-2=
RD1-score7-3=
RD1-score7-4=
RD1-score7-5=
RD1-seed8=
RD1-team8="bye"
RD1-score8-1=
RD1-score8-2=
RD1-score8-3=

RD2-seed1=
RD2-team1=flagicon|GBR Gwendoline Eastlake-Smith
RD2-score1-1="'6
RD2-score1-2="'6
RD2-score1-3=
RD2-seed2=
RD2-team2=flagicon|SWE Elsa Wallenberg
RD2-score2-1=4
RD2-score2-2=4
RD2-score2-3=

RD2-seed3=
RD2-team3=flagicon|GBR Angela Greene
RD2-score3-1="'6
RD2-score3-2="'6
RD2-score3-3=
RD2-seed4=
RD2-team4=flagicon|SWE Märtha Adlerstråhle
RD2-score4-1=1
RD2-score4-2=3
RD2-score4-3=

RD3-seed1=
RD3-team1=flagicon|GBR Gwendoline Eastlake-Smith
RD3-score1-1="'6
RD3-score1-2=4
RD3-score1-3="'6
RD3-seed2=
RD3-team2=flagicon|GBR Angela Greene
RD3-score2-1=2
RD3-score2-2="'4
RD3-score2-3=0

3rd-seed1=
3rd-team1=flagicon|SWE Elsa Wallenberg
3rd-score1-1="'6
3rd-score1-2=2
3rd-score1-3=3
3rd-seed2=
3rd-team2=flagicon|SWE Märtha Adlerstråhle
3rd-score2-1=1
3rd-score2-2="'6
3rd-score2-3="'6

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