She is a famous tennis player during 1920s.
Helen Wills (Moody) was an influential figure in the 1920s by being an amazing tennis player and winning over thirty-one Wimbledon titles during her fifteen years of playing. She influenced modern culture by changing the dress of tennis, which used to be floor length skirts with tights. Helen changed it to knee length, white, pleated skirts and a white visor. This was a trend that was made during the 1920s.
Bill Tilden of USA, who was also known as 'Big Bill'.
The 1920s was known both as "The Roaring 20s" and "The Jazz Age. " Both of these nicknames reflect the importance of culture during this time, as well as how raucously the wealthy partied.
The 1920s was commonly referred to as "The Roaring 20s".... The 1930s was commonly referred to as "The Dirty Thirties"
William tatem tilden (often called "big bill")
the 1920's where called the Roaring twenties, the Jazz age And the era of wonderful nonesense. But it was never called Booming Twenties
The names of five randomly chosen major tennis players from the 1920's include, in no particular order: Bill Tilden, Helen Wills Moody, Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman, Molla Bjurdstedt Mallory, and Suzanne Lenglen.