General Otto Pierre Nicolas
Blom
Male
Netherlands
1887-03-19
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1972-07-22
Zeist, Netherlands


About

He won the singles title at the Dutch Tennis Championships in 1909, 1910 and 1911. At the same tournament he won the men's doubles title in 1909 and 1912 and the mixed doubles title in 1906 and 1911.[2]

He participated in the Wimbledon Championships in 1909 and 1910. In 1909 he lost in the first round of the singles event to George Coulson and also lost in the first round of the doubles event. In 1910 he reached the fourth round in the men's singles event in which he lost to Arthur Lowe. In the doubles event he partnered Sirdar Nihal Sing and reached the second round.[3]



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Archive statistics 1905 - 1913
4
56
26


Tournament wins 1911 - Netherlands National Championship (Closed) (Open)
1911 - Netherlands International Championships (Open)
1910 - Netherlands National Championship (Closed) (Open)
1909 - Netherlands National Championship (Closed) (Open)


Tournaments Netherlands International Championships - 1913 Olympics, Olympic Games - 1912 Netherlands National Championship (Closed) - 1912 Netherlands International Championships - 1911 Wimbledon - 1910 Queens Club Tournament - 1910 South of England Championships - 1910 British Covered Court Championships - 1910 Brussel International Matches - 1910 Great Yarmouth - 1910 Netherlands National Championship (Closed) - 1910 Dulwich Farm - 1910 Wimbledon - 1909 Queens Club Tournament - 1909 South of England Championships - 1909 Wimbledon Plate (Consolation) - 1909 London Covered Court Championships - 1909 Crystal Palace - 1909 East Grinstead - 1909 Fulham - 1909 German International Championships - 1907 Championships of Hamburg - 1907 Pöseldorf Prize - 1907 Netherlands National Championship (Closed) - 1906 Netherlands International Championships - 1905 Netherlands National Championship (Closed) - 1905

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