Phyllis Satterthwaite (r.) and Dorothy Holman (1920)
|Full name||Phyllis Helen Carr Satterthwaite|
|Born||26 January 1889|
|Died||January 20, 1962
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|Wimbledon||F (1919, 1921) (All Comers')|
Phyllis Helen Satterthwaite (26 January 1889 – 20 January 1962) was a female tennis player from Great Britain.
She married C. R. Satterthwaite on 13 April 1912 and in the same year participated for the first time in the Wimbledon Championships. In 1919 she reached the final of the All-Comers competition in which she was defeated by eventual champion Suzanne Lenglen in two sets. Two years later, in 1921, she again made it to the final of the All-Comers competition, but lost to American Elizabeth Ryan in two straight sets.
In 1920 she won the women's doubles title at the World Hard Court Championships in Paris. Playing alongside her compatriot Dorothy Holman they defeated the French team Germaine Golding and Jeanne Vaussard. In 1931 she competed in several Riviera open championships, reached the final on 13 occasions and won eight titles, defeating amongst others Cilly Aussem and Betty Nuthall.
In 1924 she participated in the Olympic Games in Paris. Via a bye in the first round and a walkover in the second she reached the third round in the singles competition which she lost in straight sets to Helen Wills who would go on to win the Gold medal.
In 1924 she published a book titled Lawn Tennis for Women. 
Phyllis Satterthwaite died on January 20, 1962, aged 72, in the London borough of Westminster.
Satterthwaite lived in London with her husband until April 1923 when she divorced and moved to Cannes and resided on the French Riviera thereafter. She wrote tennis reports to magazines for a living. In 1928 she visited England where he was charged by the King's Bench for tax evasion. 
- Lawn Tennis for Women. Renwick of Otley, London 1924.
- "ITF – Player Profile". ITF.
- "Frenchwoman Defeats Miss Satterthwaite at Tennis" (PDF). The New York Times (New York, United States: Ochs-Sulzberger family). : July 3, 1919. Retrieved March 4, 2013.
- Collins, Bud (2010). The Bud Collins History of Tennis : An Authoritative Encyclopedia and Record Book (2nd ed. ed.). [New York]: New Chapter Press. pp. 19, 428. ISBN 978-0-942257-70-0.
- "Miss Ryan Takes British Net Final" (PDF). The New York Times. June 30, 1921.
- Gordon Lowe, ed. (1935). Lowe's Lawn Tennis Annual 1935. Eyre & Spottiswoode (Publishers) Ltd. pp. 232, 233.
- Suzanne Lenglen and Helen Willis. The Living Age 27. March 1926 pp. 666-667. (online)
- "Mrs. Satterthwaite". The Straits Times (Singapore, Straits Settlements: Straits Times Press): 9. August 2, 1928. Retrieved March 4, 2013.