Daniel Prenn (Tennis Player) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born

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Daniel Prenn

Daniel Prenn was a Russian-born German, Polish, and British tennis player who was Jewish. He was ranked the World No. 6 for 1932 by A. Wallis Myers, and the European No. 1 by “American Lawn Tennis” magazine. He was ranked world # 8 in 1929, world # 7 in 1934, and was ranked # 1 in Germany for the four years from 1928 to 1932. He was a runner-up for the mixed doubles title of Wimbledon in 1930. When the Nazis came to power in Germany in 1933, they barred him from playing because he was Jewish. He emigrated from Germany to England, and later became a successful businessman.

Born: September 07, 1904, Vilna, Russian Empire
Died: September 03, 1991, Dorking, Great Britain
Turned pro: 1928 (amateur tour)
Retired: 1939
Plays: Right-handed (one-handed backhand)
Career record: 172-59 (74.4%)
Career titles: 10
Highest ranking: No. 6 (1932, A. Wallis Myers)
French Open: 4R (1930, 1933)
Wimbledon: 4R (1933, 1937)
Highest ranking: No. 7 (1934)
French Open: QF (1934)
Wimbledon: SF (1934)
French Open: QF (1930)
Wimbledon: F (1930)
Davis Cup: F (1932)

About Daniel Prenn

He competed professionally and in Davis Cup matches, enduring discrimination as a Jew in Germany during the 1930s and moving to the U.K. to continue his career.

Before Fame

He was born in Vilna and moved to Berlin after World War I.

Achievement

In 1981, he was inducted into the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.

Family Life

His father was a railway building contractor.

Associations

He lost to Bill Tilden in the final of the Berlin International Championship.

Information related to Daniel Prenn

  • Maccabiah Games tennis players
  • Polish male tennis players
  • Sportspeople from Vilnius
  • German male tennis players
  • Polish emigrants to the United Kingdom
  • German emigrants to England
  • British male tennis players

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Latest information about Daniel Prenn updated on September 02, 2020.


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