Jack Crawford Cup (M70)



The Jack Crawford Cup is for the men's 70 age category and was donated by Australia's Senior Tennis Association in 1983. The inaugural event was held in Brand, Australia.

In 2013, the Jack Crawford Cup was hed from held on 9-14 September in Poertschach, Austria. USA defeated Austria in the final.

Click the link below to view the full results and drawsheets from the 2013 Jack Crawford Cup.

- Results and drawsheets 


Honour roll

2013
- Winner: USA
- Runner-up: Austria

2012
- Winner: Austria
- Runner-up: Italy

2011
- Winner: Italy
- Runner-up: Austria

2010
- Winner: Austria
- Runner-up: USA

2009
- Winner: Australia
- Runner-up: New Zealand


Jack Crawford

Jack Crawford is best remembered for the 1933 Wimbledon final in which he defeated Elsworth Vines after five sets of what is remebered as one of the most entertaining title matches of all time.

He also won the French singles championship in 1935, and the Australian title in 1931 and 1933.

Crawford was a formidable doubles player and collected the titles at both the French Championships and Wimbledon in 1935, with Adrian Quist, and the Australian Championships four times with three different partners.

He represented Australia in Davis Cup from 1928-1937 and won 36 of 58 rubbers during that time.



TEAM EVENTS

Click the links below to find out more information about each age category in the ITF Super-Seniors World Team Championships.

- Von Cramm Cup (M60)

- Britannia Cup (M65)

- Jack Crawford Cup (M70)

- Bitsy Grant Cup (M75)

- Gardnar Mulloy Cup (M80)

- Alice Marble Cup (W60)

- Kitty Godfree Cup (W65)

- Althea Gibson Cup (W70)

- Queens’ Cup (W75)

- Doris Hart (W80)