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Kinder Bueno Advent Calendar 2023, Christmas Chocolate Gift, 24 Assorted Milk Chocolate Covered Wafers with Milky and Hazelnut Filling, (167g)

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The career achievement of winning all four major championships in one discipline is termed a "Career Grand Slam". At her final Australian championships (played in December 1974), she suffered only her second defeat in the singles prior to the final in all her appearances at the event, losing to Navratilova in a quarterfinal.

Only six players have completed a Career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles: one male (Roy Emerson) and five females (Margaret Court, Doris Hart, Shirley Fry Irvin, Martina Navratilova, and Serena Williams). The United States National Lawn Tennis Association (USNLTA) expressed disagreement over the power distribution within the ILTF and the designation of "World Championship" status to the British and French tournaments, and thus initially refused to join the Federation, choosing instead to be bystanders to their meetings. The four Grand Slam tournaments are the Australian Open in January, the French Open from late May to early June, Wimbledon in late June to early July, and the US Open in late August to early September, with each played over two weeks. The LTA was given the perpetual right to organize the World Grass Court Championships, to be held at Wimbledon, and France received permission to stage the World Hard Court Championships until 1916. Wheelchair players Diede de Groot and Shingo Kunieda are the only players in history to have completed a career Super Slam in both singles and doubles.In June 2017, Russell Jackson wrote that Court had always held controversial views, which he described as "stubbornly immovable", citing her support for apartheid in 1970 ("South Africans have this thing better organised than any other country, particularly America") and her criticisms of Navratilova in 1990 ("a great player but I'd like someone at the top who the younger players can look up to. With the growing popularity of tennis, and with the hopes of unifying the sport's rules internationally, [5] the British and French tennis associations started discussions at their Davis Cup tie, and in October 1912 organized a meeting in Paris, joined by the Australasian, Austrian, Belgian, Spanish, and Swiss associations. From 1925 onward, the French Championships became open to all international amateurs and was rebranded as Internationaux de France (French Internationals), [65] and it was first held as an International Lawn Tennis Federation–sanctioned major championship in the same year. As the world's oldest tennis event, [79] it is widely regarded as the most prestigious tennis tournament, [80] and it is known for its commitment to longstanding traditions and guidelines. Won all four Grand Slam singles tournaments, defeating Kerry Melville Reid in the Australian Open final, Helga Niessen Masthoff in the French Open final, Billie Jean King in the Wimbledon final, and Rosemary Casals in the US Open final.

If serving warm the next day - reheat a slice in the microwave for ~1 minute, and serve with yoghurt of choice, or serve as is/cold. She became the first Australian woman to win a Grand Slam tournament abroad when she won the French and US Championships in 1962.S. Pro Tennis Championships, French Pro Championship and Wembley Championships, standing out, and now considered to have been the professional majors and equivalents to the then-amateur Grand Slam tournaments. Competed at the Australian Championships for the first time losing in the second round against eventual tournament winner Mary Reitano.

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