George Alan Thomas

Sir George Alan Thomas, 7th Baronet was a British badminton, tennis and chess player. He was twice British chess champion and a 21-time All-England badminton champion. He also reached the quarterfinals of the singles and the semifinals of the men's tennis doubles at Wimbledon in 1911. Badminton's world men's team championships cup, equivalent to tennis' Davis Cup, is named Thomas Cup after him. Thomas lived most of his life in London and Godalming. He never married, so the hereditary Thomas baronetcy ended on his death.

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George Alan Thomas

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Vladimir Vukovic - George Alan Thomas
1st olm final, London ENG
1927.07.21
Harold Saunders - George Alan Thomas
British CF-14 Championship, Malvern College/ Worcestershi
1921.08.15
George Alan Thomas - Victor Berger
Scarborough
1927
George Alan Thomas - Eugene Znosko Borovsky
Weston
1924
George Alan Thomas - Richard Reti
Baden-Baden
1925
George Alan Thomas - Gabriel Wood
British CF-34 Championship, Harrogate/ North Yorkshire
1947.08.22
George Alan Thomas - Philip Stuart Milner-Barry
Margate
1935.04.29
George Alan Thomas - Theodore Henry Tylor
British CF-28 Championship, Great Yarmouth/ Norfolk
1935.07.19
Edward Lasker - George Alan Thomas
London casual, London
1912.10.29
Akiba Rubinstein - George Alan Thomas
Marienbad
1925
Oscar Chajes - George Alan Thomas
Karlsbad
1923
George Alan Thomas - Esteban Canal
Karlsbad
1929
George Alan Thomas - Kurt Richter
4th olm final, Prague CSR
1931.07.24
Efim Bogoljubov - George Alan Thomas
Hastings Six Masters, Hastings
1922
Jacques Mieses - George Alan Thomas
Frankfurt
1930
George Alan Thomas - Philip Norman Wallis
Scarborough
1927
Alexander Alekhine - George Alan Thomas
Scarborough-A, Scarborough
1926
George Alan Thomas - Endre Steiner
Ujpest
1934