Paul Rémy

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Paul Rémy
Country (sports) France
Born (1923-02-17) 17 February 1923 (age 93)
Sainte-Amélie, Algiers, French Algeria

Paul Rémy (Sainte-Amélie, Algiers, French Algeria 17 February 1923) is a French tennis player. He was active in the 1950s, playing in Wimbledon, the US Open,[1] the French Open[2] and the Davis Cup.[3][4][5][6]


  1. ^ "The Barrier Miner". Retrieved 3 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Evans, Richard (4 June 2008). "Sven Davidson obituary in the UK Guardian". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 3 July 2012. 
  3. ^ Robertson, Max (1974). The encyclopedia of tennis. Viking Press. p. 248. 
  4. ^ The New Yorker 7 August 1954 "European-zone tennis finals for the Davis Cup, held over the weekend at Auteuil's Stade Roland Garros. ...most of the spectators gratefully wore giveaway paper hats that advertised French apéritifs. In any case, it was an unsmart... Frenchman – the short, stocky Paul Rémy, who comes from Algiers and at least could stand the sun-started spectacularly enough with machine-gun volleys, ..."
  5. ^ Livre d'Or 2005 – page 3 "Nous citions tous ces grands du tennis français et algérois: Robert Abdesselam, Poulaillon, et mon bon camarade d'enfance Paul Rémy qui fut un grand parmi les grands né comme moi à Douera/St Amélie, lui aussi Rat des champs devenu Rat des villes..."
  6. ^ "Sports Illustrated 1958". CNN. 24 March 1958. Retrieved 3 July 2012.