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May 25, 2022

[Answer] Who was the first woman to score a Grand Slam in tennis?

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...1. Serena Williams 2. Billie Jean King 3. Steffi Graf 4. Maureen Connolly




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Maureen Connolly - A Grand Slam in tennis refers to winning all four major tournaments — Wimbledon, the French Open, the Australian Open, and the US Open — in the same year. The first woman to score a Grand Slam was Maureen "Little Mo" Connolly in 1953. Just 18 at the time of her wins, Little Mo was from San Diego. She started to play tennis at the age of 10 and won more then 50 championships by the time she was 15. In 1954, after winning Wimbledon and the French Open again, she badly injured her leg in a horseriding accident and never played competitive tennis again.:


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