Talk:List of real tennis world champions

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Help requested[edit]

Anyone with information on the players listed (or if you happen to be one of them yourself) please feel free to contribute. Names in red need a new article. Many in blue are simple stubs. See Tom Pettitt for a fair example of a short article. --Eoghanacht 21:33, 2005 Apr 18 (UTC)

Mens doubles[edit]

Just happened to stumble upon this page while idling away a monday afternoon. I've noticed that the mens doubles is out of date. I've had a good look on google and can't find any reference to the recent world championship result. Perhaps someone with more knowledge can update this? Tellkel 14:17, 10 October 2005 (UTC)

I found out that Fahey/Virgona defended the title in 5 sets. I don't know the score, or even their opponents. The page text has been updated -- but the list has not changed, as it lists when the competitor(s) first won the title. — Eoghanacht talk 13:00, 12 October 2005 (UTC)

Pierre Etchebaster years?[edit]

According to this site [1] Pierre Etchebaster only defended his title 6 times (meaning he won 7 times). But this site [2] lists 8 wins. If anyone can clarify this discreptancy, please do so. — Eoghanacht talk 15:46, 2 May 2006 (UTC)