Dorothy Bundy Cheney "Dodo"

September 01, 1916
November 23, 2014
Place of Birth:
Los Angeles, California
United States
United States
Induction Category:
Master Player
Year of Induction:

Dorothy “Dodo” Bundy Cheney made a habit of winning big tennis matches, and it has lasted for a lifetime. The daughter of former Wimbledon and U.S. Champion May Sutton Bundy, Dodo became the first American woman to capture the Australian Championships in 1938. By the 1950s, she had moved seamlessly into senior tennis and by the end of 2002-when she won the USTA National Grass court Super-Senior Mother-Daughter Championships held at the International Tennis Hall of Fame-she had amassed an astonishing total of 300 national titles.

Grand Slam Record

Australian Championship

  • Singles Champion 1938

French Open

  • Mixed Doubles Finalist 1946


  • Mixed Doubles Finalist 1946

Career Achievements

  • Wightman Cup Team Member 1937-39
  • USTA National Grass Court Super-Senior Mother/Daughter Champion 2002
  • Over 300 USTA National Senior Titles
  • Over 20 Grand Slam Senior Titles