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  1. Betty May Nuthall Shoemaker (née Nuthall; 23 May 1911 – 8 November 1983) was an English tennis player. Known for her powerful forehand, according to Wallis Myers of The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail, Nuthall was ranked in the world's top 10 in 1927, 1929 through 1931, and 1933, reaching a career high of world no. 4 in 1929. [1]

  2. On August 23, 1930, Nuthall defeated American Anna McCune Harper in a mere 36 minutes, 6-1, 6-4, to become the first non-American to win the U.S. Nationals. The 19-year-old Brit focused her game on a strong forehand, accurate ball placement, and speed.

  3. 10 de nov. de 1983 · Betty Nuthall, who in 1930 became the first Briton to win the United States women's tennis championship, died Tuesday at New York Hospital of coronary arrest. She was 72 years old.

  4. English. Biography: Known for her powerful forehand, she won the 1930 U.S. Open and was ranked in the world top ten in 1927, 1929 through 1931, and 1933. Born: May 23, 1911. Birthplace: Surbiton, England. Generation: Greatest Generation. Chinese Zodiac: Pig. Star Sign: Gemini. Died: November 8, 1983 (aged 72) Historical Events.

  5. 15 de sept. de 2021 · Nuthall was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977 and passed away on 8 November 1983, of a coronary arrest. Following Emma Raducanu's incredible title vistory at the US Open - meet Betty Nuthall, the first Briton to win the US Open women singles title in 1930. Read about her story.

  6. 1927-08-30 Campeonato Nacional de Tenis Femenino de EE. UU., Forest Hills, NY: Helen Wills Moody vence a la inglesa Betty Nuthall Shoemaker por 6-1, 6-4 por su cuarto de 7 títulos individuales en EE. UU.

  7. Betty May Nuthall se casa con Shoemaker ( 23 de mayo de 1911 en Surbiton , Inglaterra - 8 de noviembre de 1983 en Nueva York , Estados Unidos ) es un tenista británico de los años de entreguerras . Con un potente golpe de derecha , fue una de las mejores jugadoras de su tiempo.