Dorothy “Dodo” Bundy Cheney (born September 1, 1916, in Los Angeles, California) is the daughter of tennis Hall of Famer May Sutton Bundy and U.S. doubles champion Tom Bundy (1912-1914). She has been an outstanding American tennis player from her youth into her 90s. In 1938, Cheney became the first American to win the women\s singles title at the Australian Championships, defeating Dorothy Stevenson in the final 6–3, 6–2. Cheney was a three time runner-up in Grand Slam women\s doubles tournaments. At the 1938 Australian Championships, Cheney and her partner Dorothy Workman lost to Nancye Wynne Bolton and Thelma Coyne Long 9–7, 6–4. At the 1940 U.S. Championships, Cheney and her partner Marjorie Gladman Van Ryn lost to Alice Marble and Sarah Palfrey Cooke 6–3, 9–7, which was the latter team\s fifth consecutive title at the U.S. Championships. At the 1941 U.S.
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