|Date||17 – 24 August 1920|
|Location||Royal Beerschot Tennis & Hockey Club, Antwerpen|
|Participants||18 from 5 countries|
In women’s doubles, Winifred McNair and Kitty McKane won, defeating Suzanne Lenglen and her partner, Elisabeth d’Ayen, in the semi-finals, and their countrywomen, Geraldine Beamish and Dorothy Holman in the finals.
McNair and McKane were a formidable doubles team. McNair reached the finals of the All-Comers singles at Wimbledon in 1913, and won the doubles plate that year, partnered by Dora Boothby. She later turned to golf and was runner-up in the 1921 English Ladies Championship, and played internationally for England that year at Turnberry.
But Kitty McKane had one of the best records of any British female tennis player ever. Not least of this was her performance at the 1920 Olympics, at which she won medals in all three events, capped by her doubles gold. She won the Wimbledon singles title in 1924 and 1926, giving Helen Wills a rare defeat in the 1924 singles final. She was U.S. doubles champion in 1923 and 1927 and U.S. mixed doubles champion in 1925. She was equally adept at badminton, winning eight All-England titles – four singles, two doubles, and two mixed doubles.
|1||–||Winifred McNair / Kitty McKane||GBR||Gold|
|2||–||Geraldine Beamish / Dorothy Holman||GBR||Silver|
|3||–||Suzanne Lenglen / Élisabeth d'Ayen||FRA||Bronze|
|4||–||Marie Storms / Fernande Arendt||BEL|
|=5||–||Lily Strömberg / Sigrid Fick||SWE|
|=5||–||Marthe Dupont / Marguerite Chaudoir||BEL|
|=5||–||Anne de Borman / Lucienne Tschaggeny||BEL|
|=5||–||Amory Hansen / Elsebeth Brehm||DEN|
|9||–||Marie Jones / Marguerite Laurenan||BEL|
Winner of each match advanced to round two.
|Match #1||Suzanne Lenglen / Élisabeth d'Ayen||FRA||walkover|
|Match #2||Sigrid Fick / Lily Strömberg||SWE||walkover|
|Match #3||Winifred McNair / Kitty McKane||GBR||walkover|
|Match #4||Marthe Dupont / Marguerite Chaudoir||BEL||Marie Jones / Marguerite Laurenan||BEL||6-3, 2-6, 6-2|
|Match #5||Anne de Borman / Lucienne Tschaggeny||BEL||walkover|
|Match #6||Geraldine Beamish / Dorothy Holman||GBR||walkover|
|Match #7||Amory Hansen / Elsebeth Brehm||DEN||walkover|
|Match #8||Marie Storms / Fernande Arendt||BEL||walkover|
Winner of each match advanced to the semi-finals.
|Match #1||Suzanne Lenglen / Élisabeth d'Ayen||FRA||Sigrid Fick / Lily Strömberg||SWE||6-4, 6-3|
|Match #2||Winifred McNair / Kitty McKane||GBR||Marthe Dupont / Marguerite Chaudoir||BEL||6-2, 7-5|
|Match #3||Geraldine Beamish / Dorothy Holman||GBR||Anne de Borman / Lucienne Tschaggeny||BEL||6-2, 6-4|
|Match #4||Marie Storms / Fernande Arendt||BEL||Amory Hansen / Elsebeth Brehm||DEN||6-1, 6-1|
Winner of each match advanced to the final.
|Match #1||Winifred McNair / Kitty McKane||GBR||Suzanne Lenglen / Élisabeth d'Ayen||FRA||2-6, 6-3, 8-6|
|Match #2||Geraldine Beamish / Dorothy Holman||GBR||Marie Storms / Fernande Arendt||BEL||6-1, 6-1|
|Match 1/2||Winifred McNair / Kitty McKane||GBR||Geraldine Beamish / Dorothy Holman||GBR||8-6, 6-4|
|Match 3/4||Suzanne Lenglen / Élisabeth d'Ayen||FRA||Marie Storms / Fernande Arendt||BEL||walkover|