The tournament in 1914 was the 38th year of the Wimbledon Championships. It ran from Monday 22nd June until Saturday 4th July. No Sunday finish in those days!
There was a slightly different format to the current one, after the semi-final there was an All-Comers’ Final followed by the Challenge Round in the Gentlemen’s Singles, Gentlemen’s Doubles & Ladies Singles.
The Ladies Singles All-Comers’ Final & the Challenge Round were both won by British players, Ethel Larcombe & Dorothea Chambers.
There were British players in all the finals except the Gentlemen’s Singles.
It was the last championship before a four year break due to World War I.
If you want to check on all the draws and results then the Wimbledon website is the place to go. They have a fantastic archive which is growing all the time.
It has all the rounds, from the first to the All-Comers’ Finals & the Challenge Rounds.
See who got byes, how the British players did & much more.