General Carr Baker
Neel
Male
United States of America
1873-10-30
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States of America
1949-03-02
Santa Clara, California, United States of America


About

In 1896 Carr Neel won the men's doubles title at the U.S. National Championships. Together with his brother Sam Neel they were victorious over defending champions Robert Wrenn and Malcolm Chace.

In 1896 he won the Western Tennis Championship beating George Wrenn in the final.In 1899 he again won the tournament by defeating John Allen in the final and winning against Kreigh Collins in the challenge round. They were the first Californians to win a title at the U.S. Championships.

Neel was a double winner of the Niagara International Tennis Tournament tournament. He won the title in 1895 and successfully defended it in the 1896 Challenge Round against Fritz K. Ward in straight sets.



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Archive statistics 1892 - 1908
5
50
40


Tournament wins 1907 - Illinois State Championship (Open)
1899 - Western States Championships (Open)
1896 - Niagara International Tournament (Amateur)
1895 - Ontario Championships (Open)
1895 - Niagara International Tournament (Amateur)


Tournaments Illinois State Championship - 1908 Illinois State Championship - 1907 Longwood Bowl - 1907 Western States Championships - 1907 Western States Championships - 1900 Western States Championships - 1899 Western States Championships - 1897 Niagara International Tournament - 1897 US Open - 1896 Niagara International Tournament - 1896 US Open - 1895 Ontario Championships - 1895 Niagara International Tournament - 1895 US Open - 1894 Pacific Coast Championship - 1892

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