German Pro Championships
|German Pro Championships|
|Defunct tennis tournament|
|Surface||Clay / Outdoor|
The German Pro Championships was a major professional men's tennis tournament. There were similar competitions in other countries, and also the World Pro Championships. After 1945 other names were used like German International in 1951 and Berlin Pro Championships in 1952.
|1911||Karel Koželuh||Roman Najuch|
|1912 (1.)||Willi Hannemann||Unknown|
|1928||Roman Najuch||Hermann Bartelt|
|1929||Roman Najuch||Hermann Bartelt|
|1930||Martin Plaa||Hans Nüsslein|
|1931||Hans Nüsslein||Roman Najuch|
|1932||Martin Plaa||Bill Tilden|
|1933||Hans Nüsslein||Bill Tilden|
|1934||Hans Nüsslein||Robert Ramillon|
|1935||Hans Nüsslein||E. Goritschnig|
|1936||Hans Nüsslein||Robert Ramillon|
|1937 (2.)||Bill Tilden||Hans Nüsslein|
|1938||Hans Nüsslein||Robert Ramillon|
|1951 (3.)||Pancho Segura||Carl Earn|
|1952||Pancho Gonzales||Don Budge|
|In 1932 and 1933 it was the World Professional Championship.|
- 1. Only German Professionals participated
- 2. Round Robin format - Tilden won on set difference by 1 set.
- 3. Round Robin format
- "Hans Nüsslein". tennisfame.com. International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
- Mazak, Karoly (2010). The Concise History of Tennis | The complete tennis history from 1877 (6th ed.). ebook. p. 60f. Retrieved 23 October 2016.
- "Karel Koželuh". International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum. Retrieved 25 December 2017.