Outdoors in the other racket sport, Robson played Davis Cup for New Zealand for three years, won the national singles title in 1949, 1952 and 1956, the national doubles title on five occasions and the mixed doubles twice in addition to frequent appearances on the international circuit. He was later the New Zealand Davis Cup team captain.
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Tennis. In tennis, Robson won the New Zealand men's singles title three times, in 1949, 1952 and 1956. He also won five national men's doubles titles, and twice won the national mixed doubles championship. He represented New Zealand in the Davis Cup for three years, and was later the team captain. Honours and awards
Jeff Robson is a tennis player who competes internationally for New Zealand. His last victory is the Auckland 1959 tournament .
Jeff Robson (95) is a tennis player from New Zealand. Click here for a full player profile.
Jeffrey Ellis Robson MBE (born 1926) ia a former New Zealand badminton and tennis player. Early life and family. In 1951, Robson graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery. In 1953, he married Heather Redwood, who also played international badminton for New Zealand. The couple went on to have one child. Sporting career
Jeff was a foundation member and patron of the IC of NZ in 1956, and has a remarkable history in NZ sport, in both tennis and badminton. In tennis, he has won the NZ singles title three times, represented the Davis Cup Team before captaining New Zealand’s Davis Cup Team for 10 years.
Jeff Robson. For the New Zealand badminton and tennis player, see Jeff Robson (badminton). Jeff Robson (born 5 August 1982) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who last played for the Parramatta Eels. He played primarily at halfback .
Our Patron, Jeff Robson MBE was honoured with Life membership of ICNZ, a very well deserved honour. In October 2019 we resumed our matches with the Australian IC when a NZ team of 10 members with supporters travelled to the Gold Coast for a very successful weekend of friendly rivalry.
Even from a different, gentler era, Wilding without dispute remains New Zealand’s greatest tennis player.