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Bela Von Kehrling

tennis player

Nickname: Puci
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Bio He won bronze medal at the World Hard Court Championships with Jeno Zsigmondy in 1914.
He won 16 Hungarian National championships in singles and another 18 titles in doubles.
Between 1924 and 1933, he was the member of the Hungarian Davis Cup team.
He participated at the Olympic Games in Stockholm (1912) and in Paris (1924).
In 1924, he won the German Tennis Championships (currently German Open Hamburg). The following year, he was back in the final but then lost against Otto Froitzheim.
During his Grand Slam career, he reached the quarterfinals in the singles three times; twice at the French Open (1926, 1929) and once in Wimbledon (1929). In the doubles, he was twice in the semifinals in Wimbledon (1925-26).
The Züricher Sport newspaper ranked Kehrling as No. 10 in the European Top 10 rankings in 1931.
In July of 1933, he won the doubles and mixed doubles title at the Dutch Championships.
In conjunction with his sports activity, he was the vice-president of the Hungarian Tennis Federation and the editor-in-chief of its official magazine, the bimonthly "Tennis and Golf".

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