The Wimbledon played in London, England. The Wimbledon played between American player John Donald Budge and English player Bunny Austin. John Donald Budge defeats Bunny Austin. American player Helen Wills Moody beats another American player Helen Jacobs in the finals of All-England Tournament.
Wimbledon Championship in London, England. At the Women's final Maria Bueno from Brazil defeats a South African to win the women's singles title. Maria being presented a trophy. Neil Fraser wins the Men's singles after defeating Rod Laver, a fellow Australian. Fraser being presented the Wimbledon Cup.
In 1938 an American tennis champion John Donald Budge (Don Budge) wins Wimbledon in London, England. Don Budge playing a match. The spectators seated in a stand. He wins the Wimbledon title. Budge shakes hand with United Kingdom tennis player Henry 'Bunny' Austin. From a September 16, 1963 newsreel recounting events 25 years prior.
Wimbledon men's and women's final in London, England. Neale Fraser serves against Ashley Cooper. Large crowd gathered to watch the match in the stadium. Cooper wins the game against Neale Fraser by 3-1. Cooper poses with the winners trophy. America's Althea Gibson wins against Britain's Angela Mortimer in the Women's Wimbledon Final scoring 6-2 in the final set. Althea Gibson holds the winners trophy.
Tennis championships held in Wimbledon, London. U.S. tennis champion Donal Budge plays with Bunny Austin in Wimbledon. Donald Budge defeats Bunny Austin, playing with his now famous Hazell Streamline tennis racquet. Helen Wills Moody beats Helen Jacobs in the finals of All-England tournament.
At Wimbledon finals, Roy Emerson of Australia defeats Fred Stolle, in the men's tennis singles and grabs the title. In the women's singles finals, Maria Bueno, defeats the defending champion Margaret Smith of Australia.