General Takeichi
Harada
Male
Japan
1899-05-16
Kurashiki, Okayama, Japan
1978-06-12
Kurashiki, Okayama, Japan


About

an amateur tennis player from Japan who competed in the 1920s and 1930s.

He was ranked World No. 7 in 1926 by A. Wallis Myers of The Daily Telegraph.[2] Harada was also ranked World No. 10 by Myers and the U.S. No. 3 in 1925.[2]

After becoming Japanese National Doubles Tennis Champion in 1923,[3] Harada moved to the United States to continue his studies at the Harvard University.[4] In 1929 he won the All Japan Championship again both in singles and doubles.[3]

He was coached by Harry Cowles.[4]



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Archive statistics 1923 - 1937
5
66
40


Tournament wins 1929 - Japan International Championships (Amateur)
1926 - Jamaican International Championships (Amateur)
1926 - Halifax Championships (Amateur)
1925 - United North and South tournament (Amateur)
1923 - Japan International Championships (Amateur)


Tournaments Germany vs. Japan Exhibition - 1937 Australian Open - 1932 Japan vs. Australia Test Matches - 1932 Wimbledon - 1930 Roland Garros - 1930 Côte d'Azur Championships - 1930 Nice - 1930 German International Championships - 1930 Japan vs. Austria Exhibition - 1930 Japan International Championships - 1929 Koshien Invitation Tournament - 1929 Wimbledon - 1927 US Open - 1927 US Open - 1926 Seabright Invitational - 1926 Rhode Island State Championships - 1926 Florida State Championship - 1926 Halifax Championships - 1926 Jamaican International Championships - 1926 US Open - 1925 Longwood Bowl - 1925 South Atlantic States Tournament - 1925 United North and South tournament - 1925 Jamaican International Championships - 1925 Wimbledon - 1924 US Open - 1924 Olympics, Olympic Games - 1924 Japan International Championships - 1923

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