1934 Wimbledon Championships
- Australian Championships
- International French Tennis Championships
- Wimbledon Championships
- U.S. National Championships
The 54th edition of the Wimbledon Championships took place in 1934 on the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Church Road instead.
For the first time since 1909, the two individual titles went back to the UK. The All England Club and the British Tennis Association, the Lawn Tennis Association, agreed to organize the Wimbledon Championships together. The profits from the tournament in the future should receive the LTA.
Fred Perry won the men's singles. He defeated in the final last year's winner Jack Crawford.
Dorothy Round won her first Wimbledon title.
In men's doubles, George Lott and Lester Stoefen won the title.
The title in mixed doubles went to Dorothy Round and Tatsuyoshi Miki.
- Barrett, J.: Wimbledon: The Official History of the Championships. Harper Collins Publishers, London 2001, ISBN 978-0007117079