General Walter Moritz
Bonne
Male
Germany
1875-08-14
Hamburg, Germany
1911-01-21
Hamburg, Germany


About

In the late summer of 1892, Walter Bonne created history by becoming the winner of the men’s singles title at the first edition of what would later become the International German Championships tournament, which in its inaugural year was held at the Uhlenhorst Club in Hamburg. From the Harvesthude area of Hamburg, Walter Bonne was just 17 years old at the time of his triumph and a member of the Pöseldorfer Lawn Tennis Club, which was located on the opposite side of the Alster river to the Uhlenhorst Club. Walter Bonne later became a doctor of law, but died in 1911 at the early age of 35.



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Archive statistics 1891 - 1909
3
46
23


Tournament wins 1893 - Harvestehude (Amateur)
1892 - Championships of Hamburg (Amateur)
1892 - German International Championships ()


Tournaments German International Championships - 1909 Championships of Hamburg - 1909 German International Championships - 1908 Championships of Hamburg - 1908 German International Championships - 1907 Championships of Hamburg - 1907 Pöseldorf Prize - 1907 German International Championships - 1906 Championships of Hamburg - 1906 Pöseldorf Prize - 1906 German International Championships - 1905 Championships of Hamburg - 1905 Pöseldorf Prize - 1905 German National Championships - 1905 German International Championships - 1904 Championships of Hamburg - 1904 Pöseldorf Prize - 1904 German International Championships - 1903 Championships of Hamburg - 1903 Pöseldorf Prize - 1903 German International Championships - 1893 Championships of Hamburg - 1893 Harvestehude - 1893 German International Championships - 1892 Championships of Hamburg - 1892 Championships of Hamburg - 1891

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