1930 Wimbledon Championships

  • Australian Championships
  • International French Tennis Championships
  • Wimbledon Championships
  • U.S. National Championships

The 50th edition of the Wimbledon Championships took place in 1930 on the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Church Road instead.

This year, on Court No.. 1, an electronic scoreboard installed. At Center Court, the balls were kept in a refrigerator whose temperature was 20 ° C. The Briton Brame Hillyard became the first player in the men's short pants.

Men's Singles

Bill Tilden won after nine years back the Wimbledon singles title.

Women's Singles

Helen Wills Moody won her fourth - consecutive title.

Men's doubles

In the men's doubles Wilmer Allison and John Van Ryn defended their title last year.

Women Doubles

In the women's doubles Helen Wills Moody, and Elizabeth Ryan were successful.


The title in mixed doubles went to Elizabeth Ryan and Jack Crawford.


  • Barrett, J.: Wimbledon: The Official History of the Championships. Harper Collins Publishers, London 2001, ISBN 978-0007117079