Olympics Tennis Men’s Singles and Doubles Winners List Year by Year

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Tennis Men’s Singles and Doubles Winners at Olympics

Tennis has First played in the 19th century at England, United Kingdom. In the year 1896 first modern Olympic has started at Athens. Here we are list out here Olympics Tennis Men’s Singles and Doubles winners including gold, silver and bronze medalists.

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Olympics Tennis Men's Singles and Doubles Winners List Year by Year
Olympics Tennis Men’s Singles and Doubles Winners List Year by Year

Tennis Men’s Singles Winners at Olympics

Tennis was first played at Summer Olympics in the 1896 Olympic Games, held in Athens. In this tournament, only two events were played: men’s singles and men’s doubles. Between 1928 and 1984, tennis was not included in the Olympic Games program
and made a comeback in 1988 at Seoul Olympics. The following table lists all medalists in Tennis Men’s Singles event at Olympic Games.

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List of all Olympics Tennis Men’s Singles winners including gold, silver and bronze medalists.

YEAR HOST GOLD SILVER BRONZE
1896 Athens John Pius Boland Dionysios Kasdaglis Konstantinos Paspatis, Momcsillo Tapavicza
1900 Paris Laurence Doherty Harold Mahony Reginald Doherty, Arthur Norris
1904 United States Beals Wright Robert LeRoy Alphonzo Bell, Edgar Leonard
1908 London Josiah Ritchie Otto Froitzheim Wilberforce Eaves
1912 Sweden Charles Winslow Harold Kitson Oscar Kreuzer
1920 Belgium Louis Raymond Ichiya Kumagae Charles Winslow
1924 Paris Vincent Richards Henri Cochet Umberto De Morpurgo
1988 Seoul Miloslav Mecir Tim Mayotte Stefan Edberg
1992 Spain Marc Rosset Jordi Arrese Andrei CHERKASOV, Goran Ivanisevic
1996 Atlanta Andre Agassi Sergi Bruguera Leander Paes
2000 Sydney Yevgeny Kafelnikov Tommy Haas Arnaud Di Pasquale
2004 Athens Nicolas Massu Mardy Fish Fernando Gonzalez
2008 Beijing Rafael Nadal Fernando Gonzalez Novak Djokovic
2012 London Andy Murray Roger Federer Juan Martin del Potro
2016 Brazil Andy Murray Juan Martin del Potro Kei Nishikori
2020 Tokyo Alexander Zverev Karen Khachanov Pablo Carreno Busta

Tennis Men’s Doubles Winners at Olympics

Tennis Men’s Doubles was introduced at the 1896 Olympic Games along with one more tennis event – Men’s Singles. Between 1928–1984, Tennis was not included in Olympic Games program and made a comeback only in 1988 at Seoul Olympic Games. The following table lists all medalists in Tennis Men’s Doubles event at Olympic Games over the years.

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List of all Olympics Tennis Men’s Doubles winners including gold, silver and bronze medalists.

YEAR HOST GOLD SILVER BRONZE
1896 Athens John Pius Boland (GBR), Friedrich Traun (GER) Demetrios Petrokokkinos, Dionysios Kasdaglis (GRE) Edwin Flack (AUS), George Robertson (GBR)
1900 Paris Laurence Doherty,Reginald Doherty (GBR) Max Decugis (FRA),Basil Spalding de Garmendia (USA) Andre Prevost and Georges de la Chapelle, Harold Mahony and Arthur Norris
1904 United States Edgar Leonard,Beals Wright (USA) Alphonzo Bell, Robert LeRoy (USA) Clarence Gamble and Arthur Wear, Joseph Wear and Allen West
1908 London George Hillyard, Reginald Doherty (GBR) Josiah Ritchie, James Parke (GBR) Clement Cazalet, Charles Dixon (GBR)
1912 Sweden Harry Kitson, Charles Winslow (RSA) Arthur Zborzil, Fritz Pipes (AUT) Albert Canet, Edouard Meny de Marangue (FRA)
1920 Belgium Oswald Turnbull, Maxwell Woosnam (GBR) Ichiya Kumagae, Seiichiro Kashio (JPN) Max Decugis, Pierre Albarran (FRA)
1924 Paris Vincent Richards, Francis Hunter (USA) Jacques Brugnon, Henri Cochet (FRA) Jean Borotra, Rene Lacoste (FRA)
1988 Seoul Ken Flach, Robert Seguso (USA) Emilio Sanchez, Sergio Casal (ESP) Miloslav Mecir and Milan Srejber, Stefan Edberg and Anders Jarryd
1992 Spain Boris Becker, Michael Stich (GER) Wayne Ferreira, Piet Norval (RSA) Javier Frana, Christian Miniussi (ARG)
1996 Atlanta Todd Woodbridge, Mark Woodforde (AUS) Neil Broad, Tim Henman (GBR) Marc-Kevin Goellner, David Prinosil (GER)
2000 Sydney Sebastien Lareau, Daniel Nestor (CAN) Todd Woodbridge, Mark Woodforde (AUS) Alex Corretja, Albert Costa (ESP)
2004 Athens Fernando Gonzalez, Nicolas Massu (CHI) Nicolas Kiefer, Rainer Schuttler (GER) Mario Ancic, Ivan Ljubicic (CRO)
2008 Beijing Roger Federer, Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) Simon Aspelin, Thomas Johansson (SWE) Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (USA)
2012 London Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan (USA) Michael Llodra, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) Julien Benneteau, Richard Gasquet (FRA)
2016 Brazil Marc Lopez, Rafael Nadal (ESP) Florin Mergea, Horia Tecau (ROU) Steve Johnson, Jack Sock (USA)
2020 Tokyo Nikola Mektic, Mate Pavic (CRO) Marin Cilic, Ivan Dodig (CRO) Marcus Daniell, Michael Venus (NZL)

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