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Sydney Montague Jacob

First name:
Sydney Montague
Family name:
Jacob
Nationality:
England
Gender:
M
Was:
97 years
Date of birth:
1879-10-28
Place of birth:
Bodmin, Cornwall, England
Date of death:
1977-02-14
Place of death:
Surrey, England

Memo(s)

   an Indian born British male tennis player who represented India at the Davis Cup and Olympic Games. He competed in the singles event at the 1924 Summer Olympics, reaching the quarterfinal in which he lost to Jean Borotra. With compatriot Mohammed Sleem he competed in the men's doubles event and reached the second round. He also competed in the mixed doubles event, with compatriot N. Polley, but lost their first match in the second round after a bye in the first round.[1][2]

He published an autobiographical book titled Favour for Fools in a Decadent Empire: A Skeletal Autobiography.[3]


Wikipedia

Stats

Matches in database: 46
Victories in database: 27
Tournaments won in database: 1

Results

Men's singles
Semifinals


Round 2

Round 3

Quarterfinals


Round 1
Jacob, Sydney Montague d. Thomas, A. M. (5-7 7-5 6-2 4-6 6-4)

Round 2


Round 1


Round 2


Semifinals


Round 1


Round 1

Round 2


Final


Semifinals

Final


Semifinals

Final


Semifinals

Final
Rendall, John Charles Shuttleworth d. Jacob, Sydney Montague (Jacob retired injured at 4-5 in the fifth set)


Round 1

Round 3

Round 4


Round 1

Round 2


Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4


Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

Quarterfinals


Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Quarterfinals

Semifinals


Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

Quarterfinals


Round 1

Round 2


Round 1




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