|Full name||Evelyn Lucy Colyer Munro|
16 August 1902|
|Died||6 November 1930
Bishnath, British India
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|French Open||QF (1925)|
|Grand Slam Doubles results|
|French Open||F (1925, 1926)|
|Wimbledon||F (1923, 1926)|
|Grand Slam Mixed Doubles results|
|French Open||2R (1928)|
|Wightman Cup||W (1924, 1925)|
|Olympic medal record|
Evelyn Lucy Colyer (later Munro, 16 August 1902 – 4 November 1930) was a female tennis player from Great Britain. With Joan Austin, sister of Bunny Austin, Colyer played doubles in the 1923 Wimbledon final against Suzanne Lenglen and Helen Wills. Colyer and Austin were known in the British press as "The Babes." At the 1924 Paris Olympics she teamed up with Dorothy Shepherd-Barron to win a bronze medal in the women's doubles event.
In 1925 she teamed up with P.B.D . Spence and won the mixed doubles title at the Queen's Club Covered Courts Championships.
On 13 February 1930 she married Hamish Munro, a tea planter from Assam, British India and soon afterwards the couple migrated to Assam. She died on 6 November 1930 of complications during childbirth.
Grand Slam finals
Doubles: 4 (0 titles, 4 runners-up)
|Runner-up||1923||Wimbledon||Joan Austin|| Suzanne Lenglen
|Runner-up||1925||French Championships||Kitty McKane|| Suzanne Lenglen
|1–6, 11–9, 2–6|
|Runner-up||1926||French Championships||Kitty McKane|| Suzanne Lenglen
|Runner-up||1926||Wimbledon||Kitty McKane|| Mary Kendall Browne
- "Wimbledon player archive – Evelyn Colyer". AELTC.
- "Wimbledon draw archive – 1927 Ladies' Singles". AELTC.
- McKelvie, Roy (1986). The Queen's Club Story, 1886-1986. London: Stanley Paul. p. 258. ISBN 0091660602.
- "British Women Showing Class in Tennis Now". The Miami News. Aug 25, 1925.
- "England Again Lifts Wightman Tennis Cup". The Sunday Morning Star. Aug 16, 1925.
- "Tennis Star Marries". The Montreal Gazette. Feb 14, 1930.
- "Loss To British Lawn Tennis". The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser. 7 November 1930.