Sir Norman Brookes is a tennis player who was born on November 14, 1877, in St Kilda, Victoria; Victoria (Australia), Australia, and passed away on 1968-09-28, and is a total of 2 m tall. This article will take a look at Sir Norman Brookes’s net worth.
Sir Norman Brookes’s professional career ended in retirement in the year 1928. Brookes plays Left-handed (1-handed backhand)[http://australian.open-tennis.com/trophies.php Norman Brookes] at Australian Open Tennis. Quote: “Brookes was the first left-handed player ever to claim the coveted grass court title.”. Brookes was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977. You can find Brookes’s information at tennisfame.com with the link norman-brookes.
Over an accomplished career, Brookes won a total of 19 singles titles. Brookes has won 19 singles titles, with a record of 225/52 (81.2%) and reached a rank of No. 2 (1913, A. Wallis Myers).
Sir Norman Brookes has an Australian Open record of 1 wins (1911 Australasian Championships – Singles); a French Open junior record of achieving a number two ranking (1928 French Championships – Men’s Singles); a Wimbledon junior record of 2 wins (1907 Wimbledon Championships – Men’s Singles; 1914 Wimbledon Championships – Men’s Singles); and a US Open junior record of reaching the quarter finals (1919 U.S. National Championships (tennis)).
Sir Norman Brookes competed in doubles events with good results, including an Australian Open Doubles record of 1 wins (1924); a Wimbledon Doubles record of 2 wins (1907, 1914); and a US Open Doubles record that includes 1 wins (1919). Brookes competed in these team events: the Davis Cup with a record of 5 wins (1907 Davis Cup; 1908 Davis Cup; 1909 Davis Cup; 1914 Davis Cup; 1919 Davis Cup).
So what is Sir Norman Brookes’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Sir Norman Brookes’s net worth in 2018 is:
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