Perhaps it is mentioned elsewhere but Ayres' Lawn Tennis Almanack 1913 credited Wilding the 1910 Italian Riveria Champs at San Remo. This is why I put it in the Wikipedia article 5 years and a half ago but Wolbo found in Iddznew's TennisArchives.com site, http://www.tennisarchives.com/voorlo...oorloopid=1384
, that, according to Lawn tennis and badminton, 7/4/1910, the 1910 event had a 6-man draw with Artimus Holmes as the winner and apparently Wilding didn't enter the tourney :
2 players had byes.
Holmes, Artimus d. Wills, Ernest S. (6-1 6-2)
Routledge, H.B. d. Murray, C.W. (6-4 1-6 6-4)
Holmes, Artimus d. Turton, M. (6-1 6-3)
Routledge, H.B. d. Bostwick, A.C. (2-6 6-4 6-2)
Holmes, Artimus d. Routledge, H.B. (6-0 6-1 6-0).
Does anyone else than Idzznew confirm these results which contradict Ayres' assertion ?