Hobart also reached the Challenge Round in the Gentlemen"s Singles in 1891, finishing runner-up. During a 1903 tour in Europe he reached the finals of the Kent Championships and the Ostend International tournament in Belgium but was defeated by A.W. Gore and Paul de Borman respectively. His refusal contributed to the abandonment in 1912 of the Challenge Round system at the United States. National Championships.
Clarence Hobart died on August 2, 1930 as a result of an accident at a swimming pool in Asheville, North Carolina.
United States. National championships
Singles finalist: 1891Ch, 1905
Doubles finalist: 1888, 1891, 1895
= Runners-up (1) Doubles
= Titles (3) = Runners-up (5) Mixed doubles
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