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Marjorie Leeming

Year Inducted1993 HometownVictoria, British Columbia

Major Accomplishments

US Open singles quarter-finalist in 1930 and, with her sister Hope, a semifinalist in doubles in 1932.
Captured two Canadian Open singles titles (1925 and 1926), three women’s doubles titles and two mixed doubles titles.
Ranked No. 2 in Canada from 1930-1932.


Marjorie Leeming enjoyed great success in the Canadian Open. She won the singles title in 1925 and 1926 and was four-time runner-up (1924 and 1930-1932). She also won three women’s doubles titles two of which were partnering her sister. She also won the mixed doubles twice with John Proctor.
The 1930 Canadian Open was held in Toronto and Leeming then traveled to the US Open. She reached the quarter-finals of the women’s singles. Two years later she and her sister reached the semifinals of the women’s doubles at the US Open losing 7-5, 7-5 to an English team.