7. Suzanne Lenglen

Former French female tennis player Suzanne Lenglen was born on 24th May 1899 in Compiègne, France, and took her final breath at the age of just 39 on 4th July 1938 in Paris, France. She Achieved the Wimbledon six times and is inducted in the seventh spot in our list of top 10 most successful female tennis players in Wimbledon. Suzanne Lenglen received the Wimbledon titles in 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923 and 1925, and won all her 6 Wimbledon titles in Amateur era. She won a total of 81 national and international titles, and achieved the gold medal in the 1920 Olympic Games. Suzanne Lenglen was inducted in the international tennis hall of fame in 1978.

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