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P. Girod (first name unknown) was a tennis player from France. She became the singles winner of the French tennis championships at Roland Garros in 1901.
Frequenting the worldly venues of Île de Puteaux (notable for hosting tennis events played during the 1900 Paris Olympics), "Madame" Girod was known for playing tennis with gloves, purportedly to avoid getting tanned. 
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