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Evonne Goolagong Cawley
Transcript of Evonne Goolagong Cawley
- Grand Slam Record
Doubles-1971, 1974-76, 1977
- French Open:
Singles Finalists-1972, 1975-76
- U.S. Open:
Federation Cup: 1971-76, 1982 She was the first
player to be
World No. 1. About Evonne She was born on the
31st of July, 1951 in
Griffith, New South Wales.
She started playing tennis at
a very young age in the backyard by hitting a
ball against the wall
with an apple crate board. Contribution to
Aussie Sport Goolagong Cawley has
contributed a great deal to
Australia's sporting profile
through her many wins and
achievements. She was a very
competetive player but she had a
sense of fair play and great
sportsmanship. Awards Won ... Evonne Goolagong Cawley had won many awards over her career. Some of these include:
- MBE Award [Member of British Empire] 1972
- Australian of the Year Award 1972
- A.O. Award [Officer of the Order of Australia] 1972
- Queen's Birthday Honours List 1981
- International Tennis Hall of Fame in USA 1988
- Australian Sports Medal 2000
- Australian Centenary Medal 2001
- Queen's New Years Honours List 2001 EVONNE
CAWLEY Goolagong Cawley was a determined tennis player who had great sportsmanship. She made Australia proud! Super Mum
La Belle Evonne
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