Reginald Doherty was a British tennis player and the older brother of Laurence Doherty. He was a four-time Wimbledon singles champion and a triple Olympic Gold medalist in doubles and mixed doubles. He died of heart failure and neurasthenia in 1910 at age 38.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginald_Doherty
Reginald Doherty was a British tennis player and the older brother of Laurence Doherty. He was a four-time Wimbledon singles champion and a triple Olympic Gold medalist in doubles and mixed doubles. He died of heart failure and neurasthenia in 1910 at age 38.
Biography No tennis player in history has won more Olympic medals than Great Britain’s Reginald Doherty. But he is also remembered for withdrawing from the semi-finals at Paris 1900 to give his brother Laurence a better chance of claiming the singles title. Tennis therapy
Reggie Doherty was a British tennis legend who won four straight Wimbledon singles titles and eight doubles championships, sharing a record with his brother Laurence. He also won two Olympic gold medals and played in a record 11 straight doubles matches at Wimbledon. He died at age 38 from health problems.
Reginald "Reggie" or "R.F." Frank Doherty was a World No. 1 British male tennis player, and the older brother of Laurence Doherty. He was known in the tennis world as "R.F." Doherty was born at Beulah Villa in Wimbledon, Surrey, the oldest son of William Doherty, a printer, and his wife, Catherine Ann Davis.
The popularity of Wimbledon and tennis were reestablished by two more brothers: Reginald and Laurie Doherty. Reginald won the Wimbledon singles from 1897 to 1900. Laurie won from 1902 to 1906, took the U.S. championship in 1903, and won a gold medal in the Olympic Games in 1900. The early 20th century
Reggie Doherty Table of Contents Other articles where Reggie Doherty is discussed: Doherty brothers: Reggie took Wimbledon singles from 1897 to 1900. The Dohertys also won the U.S. doubles championships in 1902 and 1903, and Laurie was the first foreigner to win the U.S. singles, in 1903.
Reggie Doherty Biographical information Biography At the 1900 Olympics in Paris, Reggie Doherty won the men’s doubles with his brother, Laurie, and then partnered Charlotte Cooper to win the mixed doubles without dropping a set in either event.
Wimbledon Championships is an annual British tennis tournament created in 1877 and played on outdoor grass courts [a] [b]  at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) in the Wimbledon suburb of London, United Kingdom.  The Gentlemen's Singles was the first event contested in 1877.  History [ edit]
Brothers Laurence and Reginald Doherty won the Gentlemen's Doubles title eight times from 1897 to 1906. Amateur Era Open Era See also Tennis portal Wimbledon other competitions List of Wimbledon gentlemen's singles champions List of Wimbledon ladies' singles champions List of Wimbledon ladies' doubles champions