Patrick Francis (Frank) Hadow (24 January 1855 Regent\s Park - 29 June 1946 Bridgwater, Somerset) was an English tennis player, who won the Wimbledon championship in 1878. His father was Patrick Douglas Hadow who was educated at Harrow School and Balliol College Oxford University and became Chairman of the PO Shipping Company. Frank Hadow attended Harrow School along with six of his seven brothers who were known as the \"Harrow Hadows\". Hadow represented Harrow at rackets and the brothers were well known as distinguished cricketers. Hadow\s oldest brother Douglas Robert Hadow died during the descent after the first ascent of the Matterhorn in 1865. He was the loftiest Wimbledon Champion: he introduced the lob to thwart bring down volleyer Spencer Gore in the 1878 (second) Wimbledon Men\s Final, 7–5, 6–1, 9–7. He played at Wimbledon whilst on holiday from his coffee
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