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Cambridge University Lawn Tennis Club

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cambridge University Lawn Tennis Club was founded in 1881, seven years before the Lawn Tennis Association of Great Britain was founded.[citation needed] Although it is called a 'club', it is actually the lawn tennis association of the whole of the University of Cambridge, representing the University as a whole, the thirty-one Colleges, and other institutions which are part of the University.

CULTC is directly affiliated to the Lawn Tennis Association of Great Britain and has a representative on the Council and on the Board of the Association. The President and former Chairman of the Club, Sir Geoffrey Cass, was President of the Lawn Tennis Association and Chairman of the L.T.A. Council 1997–1999. He is currently President of the British Tennis Foundation.[1]

The University and Colleges give considerable support to British tennis by making available their administrative and playing facilities. CULTC regularly arranges for County Week groups to be held on College grounds.

The University's annual fixture list is one of the strongest in Britain. It usually includes matches against many different countries, as well as several of Britain's leading lawn tennis clubs; also half-a-dozen universities, and a dozen other clubs and teams. Most of the Club's annual fixtures are home matches, which means that in a typical year nearly 30 tennis teams from all over Britain are entertained for a day in Cambridge at Fenner's.

Famous past and current members

Until the Second World War, after which lawn tennis became less of an amateur pursuit, Cambridge Blues won no less than 28 Wimbledon Championships in singles and doubles.

Blues

Famous Cambridge Lawn Tennis Blues
Name College Degree Subject Years played Varsity Match
Reginald Doherty Trinity Hall
Jimmy Van Alen Christ's
Max Woosnam Trinity
Laurence Doherty Trinity Hall
Anthony Wilding Trinity Law
Raymond Tuckey Queens'
Bunny Austin Selwyn B.A. History 1926–1928
John Barrett St John's B.A. History 1951–1954
Mark Cox Downing B.A. Economics

Honorary

Varsity match

Overall statistics

Men's Varsity Match Results Overview
1881-2013 1946-2013
Cambridge Victories 72 44
Oxford Victories 42 23
Draws 9 -
Women's Varsity Match Results Overview
1977-2013
Cambridge Victories 26
Oxford Victories 13

Results

Cambridge University versus Oxford University Varsity Match results:

Year Men's winner Men's score Women's winner Women's score
1905 Cambridge 12-6
1906 Oxford 4-11
1907 Oxford 4-14
1908 - -
1909 Oxford 0-9
1910 - -
1911 Cambridge 11-10
1912 Cambridge 14-4
1913 Cambridge 15-3
1914 Cambridge 15-3
1915 - -
1916 - -
1917 - -
1918 - -
1919 Oxford 7-11
1920 - -
1921 - -
1922 - -
1923 Cambridge 12-9
1924 Oxford 10-11
1925 Cambridge 11-10
1926 Cambridge 14-7
1927 Cambridge 13-8
1928 Cambridge 13-8
1929 Oxford 9-12
1930 Cambridge 18-3
1931 Cambridge 14-2
1932 Cambridge 12-4
1933 Cambridge 12-9
1934 Oxford 8-13
1935 Cambridge 13-8
1936 Oxford 6-11
1937 Cambridge 11-10
1938 Oxford 6-15
1939 Oxford 7-14
1940 Cambridge 11-4
1941 Cambridge 8-7
1942 Cambridge 10-2
1943 - -
1944 Cambridge 13-2
1945 Cambridge 13-2
1946 Cambridge 11-9
1947 Oxford 1-20
1948 Oxford 8-13
1949 Oxford 1-14
1950 Cambridge 11-9
1951 Cambridge 13-7
1952 Cambridge 15-6
1953 Cambridge 12-9
1954 Cambridge 17-4
1955 Oxford 10-11
1956 Oxford 10-11
1957 Cambridge 14-7
1958 Cambridge 16-5
1959 Oxford 10-11
1960 Oxford 8-13
1961 Oxford 6-15
1962 Cambridge 14-7
1963 Cambridge 19-2
1964 Cambridge 14-7
1965 Cambridge 11-8
1966 - -
1967 Cambridge 14-7
1968 Cambridge 13-8
1969 Cambridge 17-4
1970 Cambridge 11-10
1971 Cambridge 11-10
1972 Oxford 7.5-13.5
1973 Oxford 8-13
1974 Oxford 4-17
1975 Cambridge 12-2
1976 Cambridge 18-3
1977 Cambridge 15-6
1978 Cambridge 14-7
1979 Cambridge 20-1
1980 Cambridge 21-0
1981 Cambridge 20-1
1982 Cambridge 20-1
1983 Cambridge 18-3
1984 Cambridge 19-2
1985 Cambridge 17-4 Cambridge 10-5
1986 Cambridge 16-5 Cambridge 8-1
1987 Cambridge 14-7 Cambridge 9-6
1988 Oxford 8-13 Oxford 6-9
1989 Oxford 2-19 Oxford 1-14
1990 Oxford 5-16 Cambridge 13-2
1991 Cambridge 15-6 Cambridge 12-3
1992 Oxford 9-12 Cambridge 11-4
1993 Oxford 6-15 Oxford 7-8
1994 Oxford 0-21 Oxford 3-12
1995 Oxford 3-18 Oxford 1-14
1996 Oxford 6-15 Oxford 6-15
1997 Cambridge 13-8 Oxford 4-11
1998 Oxford 3-18 Cambridge 12-3
1999 Cambridge 14-7 Cambridge 12-3
2000 Cambridge 12-9 Cambridge 13-2
2001 Oxford 5-16 Cambridge 8-4
2002 Oxford 7-14 Oxford 7-8
2003 Cambridge 12-9 Cambridge 10-5
2004 Cambridge 19-2 Cambridge 11-4
2005 Oxford 8.5-12.5 Cambridge 17-4
2006 Cambridge 11-10 Cambridge 14-7
2007 Cambridge 12-9 Oxford 8-13
2008 Cambridge 15-6 Oxford 10-11
2009 Cambridge 12-9 Cambridge 12-9
2010 Cambridge 13-8 Cambridge 18-3
2011 Cambridge 12-9 Cambridge 18-3
2012 Cambridge 12-9 Cambridge 16-5
2013 Cambridge 12-9 Oxford 7-14
2014 Cambridge 12-9 Cambridge 14-7
2015 Oxford 8-13 Oxford 8-13
2016 Oxford 7-11 Oxford 10-11
2017 Cambridge 15-6 Oxford 5-16
2018 Cambridge 19-2 Oxford 5-16
2019 Cambridge 17-4 Cambridge 14-7
2020 Cambridge 11-10 Cambridge 18-3

The Doherty Cup

See also

References

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