Mallory, Molla (1884–1959)
Mallory, Molla (1884–1959)
Norwegian tennis player. Name variations: Anna Margrethe Bjurstedt; Molla Bjurstedt; Mrs. Franklin Mallory. Born Anna Margrethe Bjurstedt, Mar 1884, in Oslo, Norway; died Nov 22 (some sources cite Nov 21), 1959, in Norway; m. Franklin Mallory (stockbroker), 1919 (died 1934).
Won the Norwegian national championship 8 times; at Stockholm Olympics, won a bronze medal in singles (1912); won 8 US singles championships, more than any other woman in history (1915–18, 1920–22, and 1926); with Eleanora Sears, won the doubles championship (1916 and 1917); won mixed doubles, with Ian Wright (1917) and with Bill Tilden (1922 and 1923); also played for the US 5 times in the Wightman Cup and came in 2nd at the World Hard Court championship (1921). Inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame (1958).
See also Women in World History.
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