General Harold Humphrey
Hackett
Male
United States of America
1878-07-17
Hingham, Mass., United States of America
1937-11-20
New York, United States of America


About

Son of Corcellus Hubbard Hackett and Helen Elizabeth Humphrey. He graduated from Yale University in 1900. He played the game of doubles with polish and precision, Hackett and his capable partner Fred Alexander joined forces to win the U.S. Championships four times. As player-captain of the 1913 American Davis Cup team, he led the United States to a 3-2 triumph over Great Britain. His victory alongside Maurice McLoughlin in the doubles was pivotal in the American victory. He also became a central figure on the USNLTA Davis Cup Committee.



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Archive statistics 1897 - 1915
3
84
53


Tournament wins 1907 - New York Lawn Tennis Club Amateur Tournament (Amateur)
1900 - Lenox Tournament (Amateur)
1899 - Maine State Championships (Amateur)


Tournaments US Open - 1915 US Open - 1913 Bergen County - 1909 New York Lawn Tennis Club Amateur Tournament - 1909 New York Lawn Tennis Club Amateur Tournament - 1908 Western States Championships - 1907 New York Lawn Tennis Club Amateur Tournament - 1907 US Open - 1906 New York Metropolitan Championships - 1906 Longwood Bowl - 1902 Niagara International Tournament - 1902 US Open - 1901 Niagara International Tournament - 1901 US Open - 1900 Canadian International Championships - 1900 Middle States Championships - 1900 US International Indoor Championships - 1900 New York State Championships - 1900 Lenox Tournament - 1900 Niagara International Tournament - 1900 New England Championship - 1899 Western States Championships - 1899 Maine State Championships - 1899 Lenox Tournament - 1899 Magnolia Tournament - 1899 Wentworth Invitation - 1899 Intercollegiate Championships - 1899 US Open - 1898 Longwood Bowl - 1898 New York Metropolitan Championships - 1898 US Open - 1897 Longwood Bowl - 1897 New England Championship - 1897 US Open Consolation - 1897

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