General Louis Jacques Émile
Trasenster
Male
Belgium
1879-03-10
Liège, Belgium


About

A lawyer by profession, Louis Transenster was the son of two other lawn tennis players, Paul Trasenster and Marie-Rose Transenster (née de Lavaleye), and the twin brother of another player, Émile Trasenster. Marguerite Trasenster, sister of Émile and Louis, was also a lawn tennis player; under her married name of Chaudoir she won the women’s singles title at the Belgian National Outdoor Championships in 1909. Her mother had won the same title at the same tournament in 1898, 1900 and 1904.



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Archive statistics 1896 - 1921
3
112
66


Tournament wins 1914 - Belgian National Championships (Amateur)
1912 - Spanish International Championships (Open)
1912 - Bad Neuenahr (Open)


Tournaments Cannes Carlton - 1921 Orient Championship - 1914 Belgian National Championships - 1914 German International Championships - 1912 World Hardcourt Championships - 1912 Belgian International Championships - 1912 Oostende - 1912 Championships of Hamburg - 1912 Spanish International Championships - 1912 Westende Tournament - 1910 Oostende - 1910 Brussel International Matches - 1910 Brussel Invitational - 1910 Wimbledon - 1909 German International Championships - 1909 Championships of Hamburg - 1909 Wimbledon Plate (Consolation) - 1909 German International Championships - 1908 Championships of Hamburg - 1908 German International Championships - 1907 Oostende - 1907 Championships of Hamburg - 1907 Pöseldorf Prize - 1907 Netherlands International Championships - 1906 Wiesbaden Cup - 1906 Belgian International Championships - 1906 Oostende - 1906 Wiesbaden Championships - 1906 European Championship - 1905 Belgian International Championships - 1905 Homburg - 1905 Oostende - 1905 Baden-Baden - 1905 Luzern - 1905 Les Avants - 1905 Spa - 1905 Oostende - 1903 Belgian National Championships - 1903 Belgian International Championships - 1902 Homburg - 1902 Oostende - 1902 Homburg Coronation Cup - 1902 Belgian International Championships - 1901 Oostende - 1901 European Championship - 1900 Belgian National Championships - 1900 Belgian International Championships - 1899 Spa - 1899 Liège - 1896

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