Elsie Goldsack (née le 21 janvier 1904 à Lewisham et décédée le 28 mars 1975) est une joueuse de tennis britannique active au cours de l'entre-deux-guerres. Elle est aussi connue sous son nom de femme mariée, Elsie Goldsack-Pittman.En 1937, elle a atteint la finale du double-dames du tournoi de Wimbledon.↑ Biographies of Female Tennis Players

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  • Elsie Goldsack (née le 21 janvier 1904 à Lewisham et décédée le 28 mars 1975) est une joueuse de tennis britannique active au cours de l'entre-deux-guerres. Elle est aussi connue sous son nom de femme mariée, Elsie Goldsack-Pittman.En 1937, elle a atteint la finale du double-dames du tournoi de Wimbledon.
  • Elsie Goldsack Pittman (21 January 1904 – 28 March 1975) was an English female tennis player who competed during the second half of the 1920s and the 1930s.Between 1925 and 1939 she participated in 15 Wimbledon Championships. Her best result in the singles event was reaching the semifinal in 1929 in which she was defeated in straight sets by first-seeded and eventual champion Helen Wills. In the mixed doubles she reached the quarterfinal in 1930 and 1931. Her biggest success at Grand Slam level came in 1937 when she partnered with Phyllis Mudford King to reach the final of the 1937 Wimbledon Championships, which they lost to Simone Mathieu and Billie Yorke in straight sets.In 1932 she reached the semifinal of the singles event at the U.S. National Championships and as earlier at Wimbledon she lost in straight sets to the first-seeded and eventual champion, in this case Helen Jacobs. During the same tournament she reached the semifinal of the mixed doubles event.In September 1931 she won the singles title at the invitational tournament at the Ardsley Club. In 1931 and 1932 she won the Middle States Women's Tennis Championships, in both cases after defeating compatriot Joan Ridley in the final.On 4 January 1930 she married J.B. Pittman.
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  • Elsie Goldsack (née le 21 janvier 1904 à Lewisham et décédée le 28 mars 1975) est une joueuse de tennis britannique active au cours de l'entre-deux-guerres. Elle est aussi connue sous son nom de femme mariée, Elsie Goldsack-Pittman.En 1937, elle a atteint la finale du double-dames du tournoi de Wimbledon.↑ Biographies of Female Tennis Players
  • Elsie Goldsack Pittman (21 January 1904 – 28 March 1975) was an English female tennis player who competed during the second half of the 1920s and the 1930s.Between 1925 and 1939 she participated in 15 Wimbledon Championships. Her best result in the singles event was reaching the semifinal in 1929 in which she was defeated in straight sets by first-seeded and eventual champion Helen Wills. In the mixed doubles she reached the quarterfinal in 1930 and 1931.
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