Fritz von Bissing played at Wimbledon in 1908-09 and 1912, making the third round in 1908, losing his first match in 1909, and going out in round two in 1912. In 1913 von Bissing partnered Heinrich Kleinschroth to win the World Hard Court Championships doubles in Paris. He also played rugby football and ice hockey at the national level. In 1907 he helped organize the first bandy (a forerunner of ice hockey) tournament in Germany, with the trophy donated by his mother.
At the 1908 London Games he did not manage to reach the quarter finals. In 1918 von Bissing was elected club president of SC Frankfurt. Von Bissing married a Jewish wife, and left Germany in 1933, settling in the United States. He returned to Germany after the War, and was re-elected as president of SC Frankfurt.
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