Ian McInnes (tennis), Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Date of Death


Ian McInnes (tennis)

tennis player (1901-1977)

Date of Birth: 18-Feb-1901

Place of Birth: Victoria, Australia

Date of Death: 19-Jun-1977

Profession: tennis player

Zodiac Sign: Aquarius

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About Ian McInnes (tennis)

  • Ian McInnes (1901–1977) was an Australian tennis player.
  • He was also a medical doctor.
  • At the 1923 U.
  • S.
  • championships, McInnes lost in round two to Manuel Alonso Areizaga.
  • At the 1924 Australasian championships, McInnes caused a huge upset by beating two-time Wimbledon champion Gerald Patterson.
  • Patterson twisted his ankle in the first set and, because of this, his game was affected and he played mainly from the baseline.
  • McInnes lost in the quarter finals to Richard Schlesinger.
  • McInnes lost in the second round of the 1927 Australian championships to Rice Gemmell In 1967 McInnes attended Gerald Patterson's funeral.

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