1947 U.S. National Championships – Women's Singles
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|1947 U.S. National Championships|
|Final score||8–6, 4–6, 6–1|
The tournament used two lists of players for seeding the women's singles event; one for U.S. players and one for foreign players. Louise Brough is the champion; others show in brackets the round in which they were eliminated.
- Margaret Osborne (Finalist)
- Louise Brough (Champion)
- Doris Hart (Semifinalist)
- Patricia Todd (Quarterfinalist)
- Shirley Fry (Third round)
- Mary Arnold Prentiss (Third round)
- Dorothy Head (Quarterfinalist)
- Barbara Krase (Quarterfinalist)
- Nancye Bolton (Semifinalist)
- Betty Hilton (Third round)
- Molly Blair (Second round)
- Magda Rurac (Quarterfinalist)
- Nell Hopman (Second round)
- Joy Gannon (First round)
- Jean Quertier (Third round)
- Elaine Fildes (First round)
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- "Seventeen Nations In U.S. Singles Tennis Tourney". Lewiston Evening Journal. AP. September 3, 1947. p. 13.
- Gayle Talbot (September 5, 1947). "National Singles Opens Today". St. Petersburg Times. AP.
- "Tom Brown and Geoff Brown Meet in Forest Hills Duel". The Day. Ap. September 11, 1947. p. 16.