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Thomas Bundy

tennis player
Full name: Thomas Clark Bundy
Born October 08, 1881 in Santa Monica, California, USA
Died October 13, 1945 in California, USA
Plays Right-handed
Bio Bundy won the All-Comers final, but finished runner-up to William Larned in the Challenge Round of the U.S. National Championships Men's Singles event in 1910. He also reached the semi-finals in 1909 and 1911. Bundy took three consecutive Men's Doubles titles at the tournament, alongside Maurice McLoughlin, in 1912, 1913, and 1914.
He married tennis player U.S. National Championships and Wimbledon champion May Sutton in 1912, and is the father of 1938 Australian Championships winner Dorothy Cheney.
Misc He was a son of Nathan Pearl Bundy and Harriet Bundy, also the husband of May Sutton. Last father of Dorothy Cheney.
Tournament AO RG W US Win-Loss
1909 A A A SF 5-1
1910 A A A RU 7-1
1911 A A A SF 5-1
1912 A A A R16 4-1
1913 A A A R64 1-1
Win-Loss 0-0 0-0 0-0 22-5 22-5