Before the Williams sisters, Anna Kournikova and Maria Sharapova, there was Suzanne Lenglen, the original tennis celebrity of the 1920s whose antics would still raise a few court-side eyebrows today.
Just four years later, at the age of 14, Lenglen would play the final of the French Open, and only narrowly lose.
Her only defeat during this period was when whooping cough controversially forced her to withdraw in the middle of a New York match she was losing heavily.
And rather than the bottles of energy drink or water that today s stars keep at court side, Lenglen was partial to sipping from a flask of brandy at change overs.
The first Google Doodle is born, as founders Sergei Brin and Larry Page head to the Burning Man dadaist arts festival in the Nevada desert.
The Doodles are produced by a team that currently consists of 10 'Doodlers', four engineers, two producers and three dogs led by designer Ryan Germick.