Catherine Wolf

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For the psychologist, see Catherine G. Wolf.

Catherine Wolf of Elkhart, Indiana, was an important amateur American tennis player in the 1920s and 1930s. She was ranked No. 10 in the United States in 1934 and 1935.[1]


  • In 1929, she won the doubles title and was a singles finalist at the Michigan State Championship.
  • In 1930, she won the singles titles at the Western Championship and the Illinois State Championship,[2] and was a doubles finalist (with Eugenie Sampson) in the doubles of the Western Championship.
  • In 1931, she won the singles title at the Western Championship.[3]
  • She also was the singles runner-up in the Western Indoor Championships in 1932 and 1934.
  • At the Cincinnati Masters, she made eight finals appearances, winning five titles. She won the singles and doubles titles in 1942 and 1939, and won the doubles title in 1936. She reached the singles and doubles final in 1943, and the mixed doubles final in 1942.


  1. ^ "USTA Yearbook – Top 10 U.S. Women's Rankings". United States Tennis Association. Retrieved 2011-04-02. 
  2. ^ "Coggeshall Is Western King". The Milwaukee Sentinel. Associated Press. 1930-07-07. Retrieved 2011-04-02. 
  3. ^ "Frankie Parker Is New Western Tennis Champion". The Telegraph-Herald. International News Service. 1932-06-27. Retrieved 2011-04-02. 

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