Tricolor number one in the Years 1930, it becomes third world in 1932.
After six lost finales, including three vis-a-vis Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling, it twice gains the Tournoi of Roland-Garros into simple, in 1938 and 1939. In 1938 precisely, it makes a success of even an exceptional triplet, also being essential into double ladies and mixed double.
Its thirteen titles in Grand Slam (two into simple, nine into double ladies and two in mixed double) make of it the second Frenchwoman most titrated of all times, behind Suzanne Lenglen (twenty and one trophies). The cut given to gaining test of double the ladies with Roland-Garros bears his name today.
It is member of the International Tennis Hall off Famed since 2006.
Simone Mathieu engaged in the free France following the Appel of June 18th, 1940 of the Général de Gaulle.
Prize list (partial) Simone Mathieu
Course in Large Slam
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