General Jean Raymond
Couiteas de Faucamberge
Male
France
1901-09-24
La Marsa, Tunisia
1963-00-00
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About

He was part of the emerging team of Four Musketeers during the Davis Cup in 1922.
He married on January 19, 1929 in Paris with Monique Boissière, daughter of an industrialist and a large real estate owner.

He was selected in the French Davis Cup Team in 1922 and 1924. He won two singles victories against the Irish team, alongside René Lacoste and Jacques Brugnon. He had one defeat in singles against the team of Denmark, where Henri Cochet and Jean Borotra were his teammates.

In 1921, he reached the second round of the World Clay Championship at Saint-Cloud as part of the World Tennis Championships, losing to Arthur Wallis Myers (7-5, 6-1, 6-1). At the same championships, he won the doubles title with Henri Cochet. In 1923, he reached the quarter-finals of the World Indoor Championships in Barcelona as part of the World Tennis Championships, and lost to Nicolae Misu (2-6, 6-2, 6-1, 6-0 ) He participated in the French Championship in 1924, where he was beaten in the second round by René Lacoste (6-2, 6-2, 6-2). In 1925, he lost in the final at Aix-les-Bains against Henri Cochet (6-1, 6-2, 13-11) and in 1926 he won the title this time against Roger George (6-2, 6-0, 6-2).

He participated at the French Open in 1930, where he lost by forfeit the third round (1/16 finals) against Henri Cochet.



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Archive statistics 1920 - 1936
7
90
58


Tournament wins 1926 - Évian-les-Bains (Amateur)
1926 - French Covered Court Championships (Amateur)
1925 - Rouen (Amateur)
1924 - Soissons (Amateur)
1922 - Swiss International Championships (Amateur)
1922 - French Switzerland Championships (Amateur)
1921 - La Bourbole (Amateur)


Tournaments Deauville - 1936 Roland Garros - 1933 Roland Garros - 1932 Deauville - 1932 Cannes Championships - 1931 Roland Garros - 1930 Paris International Championships - 1930 Coupe de Noel - 1929 Biarritz - 1928 Mazamet - 1928 Coupe de Noel - 1927 Mazamet - 1927 Toulouse - 1927 French Covered Court Championships - 1926 Évian-les-Bains - 1926 French Closed Covered Court Championships - 1926 Roland Garros - 1925 Coupe de Noel - 1925 Lyon Covered Court Championships - 1925 Évian-les-Bains - 1925 Coupe Albert Canet - 1925 Rouen - 1925 French National Championships - 1924 Coupe Albert Canet - 1924 Soissons - 1924 World Covered Court Championships - 1923 Swiss International Championships - 1922 French Covered Court Championships - 1922 French Switzerland Championships - 1922 French National Championships - 1922 Coupe Albert Canet - 1922 La Varenne - 1922 French Closed Covered Court Championships - 1922 Coupe de Noel - 1921 Paris International Championships - 1921 World Hardcourt Championships - 1921 Coupe Albert Canet - 1921 La Bourbole - 1921 Coupe de Noel - 1920

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