1912 Wimbledon Championships

  • Australasian Championships
  • French tennis championships
  • Wimbledon Championships
  • U.S. National Championships

The 36th edition of the Wimbledon Championships took place in 1912 on the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Worple Road instead. Due to bad weather, the finals had to be postponed to Monday.

Men's Singles

Anthony Wilding won by defeating Arthur Gore in the Challenge Round his third title.

Women's Singles

In the absence of defending champion Dorothea Douglass Chambers Ethel Thomson Larcombe won.

Men's doubles

Herbert Roper Barrett and Charles Percy Dixon sat in the Challenge Round against the last year's winner André Gobert and Max Décugis by.