Tennis at Olympics: Winners, Most medals, Events, Country wise Records

by on December 28, 2012
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Roger Federer at Olympics

In 1896, Tennis game was played as a Summer Olympic sport in Olympic Games that were held in Athens. Two matches of tennis men’s singles and men’s doubles were played in Olympic Games Opening. Women were permitted to play this game this game in 1900 in singles and mixed doubles at Olympic Games. In 1988, it was restored as a medal sport.

Kathleen McKane a professional tennis player who hit the record of winning the most Olympic medals. She won 1 gold medal, 2 silvers medals, and 2 bronzes medals. France 2 gold medals,UK 6 gold medal and Americans also earned 2 gold medals.

Top ten Tennis player who won medals at Olympics

Men’s Singles Tournaments:

Cites- Games held in

Silver Medal

Bronze Medal

Gold Medal

Year

London  Roger FedererSwitzerland  Juan Martín del PotroArgentina  AndyMurrayGreat Britain 2012
Beijing  Fernando Gonzalez(CHILE)  Novak Djokovic(SERBIA)  Rafael Nadal(SPAIN) 2008
Athens  Mardy Fish(USA)  Fernando Gonzalez(CHILE)  Nicolas Massu(CHILE) 2004
Sydney  Tommy Haas(GERMANY)  Arnaud di Pasquale(FRANCE)  Yevgeny Kafelnikov(RUSIA) 2000
Atlanta  Sergi Bruguera(SPAIN)  Leander Paes(INDIA)  andre Agassi(USA) 1996
Barcelona  Jordi Arrese(SPAIN)  Andrei Cherkasov UNIFIED TEAM  Marc Rosset(SWITZERLand) 1992
 Goran Ivanisevic(CROATIA)
South Korea, Seoul Tim Mayotte

(USA)

Stefan Edberg

(SWEDEN)

Miloslav Mecíř

( CZECH REPUBLICCHOSLOYAKIA)

1988
 Brad Gilbert(USA)
Paris  Henri Cochet(FRANCE)  Umberto De  Morpurgo(ITALY)  Vincent Richards(USA) 1924
Antwerp  IChileya Kumagae(JAPAN)  Charles Winslow(SOUTH AFRICA)  Louis Raymond(SOUTH AFRICA) 1920
 

Stockholm

 

Harold Kitson

(SOUTH AFRICA)

 

Oscar Kreuzer

(GERMANY)

 

Charles Winslow

(SOUTH AFRICA)

 

1912

 Women’s Single Tournaments:

City Games held in

Silver Medal

BronzeMedal

Gold Medal

Year

London Maria Sharapova(RUSSIA) Victoria Azarenka(BELARUS) Serena Williams(USA) 2012
Sydney Elena Dementieva(RUSSIA) Monica Seles(USA) Venus Williams(USA) 2000
Beijing Dinara Safina(RUSSIA) Vera Zvonareva(RUSSIA) Elena Dementieva(RUSSIA) 2008
Seoul Gabriela Sabatini(ARGENTINA) Zina Garrison(USA) Steffi Graf(WEST GERMANY) 1988
Manuela Maleeva(BULGARIA)
Atlanta Arantxa Sanchez Vicario(SPAIN) Jana Novotna(CZECH REPUBLIC) Lindsay Davenport(USA) 1966
Paris Helène Prevost(FRANCE) Marion Jones (USA) Charlotte Cooper(GREAT BRITIAN) 1990
Hedwiga Rosenbaumova(BOHEMIA)
London Dora Boothby(GREAT BRITIAN) Joan Winch(GREAT BRITIAN) Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers(GREAT BRITIAN) 1908

Men’s Doubles Tournaments:

City Games held in Silver Medal BronzeMedal Gold Medal Year
Athens  Nicolas Kiefer
and Rainer Schüttler(GERMANY)

 

 Mario Ancic
and Ivan Ljubicic(CROATIA)
 Fernando Gonzalez
and Nicolas Massú(CHILE)
2004
Beijing  Simon Aspelin
and Thomas Johansson(SWEDEN)
 Bob
and Mike Bryan (Bryan Brothers)(USA)
 RoGermany Federer
and Stanislas Wawrinka(SWITZERLand)
2008
London  M. Llodra
and J. Tsonga(FRANCE)
 J. Benneteau
and R. Gasquet(FRANCE)
 Bob and Mike, The Bryan(USA) 2012
Barcelona  Wayne Ferreira
and Piet Norwayval(SOUTH AFRICA)
 JavierFRANCE
and Christian Miniussi

(ARGENTINA)

 Boris Becker
and Michael Stich(GERMANY)
1992
 Goran Ivanisevic
and Goran Prpic(CROATIA)
Atlanta  Neil Broad
and Tim Henman(GREAT BRITIAN)
 Marc-Kevin Goellner
and David Prinosil(GERMANY)
 T. Woodbridge
and M. WoodfordeBoth from AUSTRALIA
1996
Stockholm  Arthur Zborzil
and Fritz PipesAUSTRIA
 Albert Canet
and Edouard Meny de(FRANCE)
 Harry Kitson
and Charles Winslow(SOUTH AFRICA)
1912
Antwerp  IChileya Kumagae
and SeiiChilero Kashio(JPN)
 Max Decugis
and Pierre Albarran(FRANCE)
 Oswald Turnbull
and Maxwell Woosnam(GREAT BRITIAN)
1920
Sydney T. Woodbridge
and M. Woodforde(AUSTRALIA)
 A. Corretja
and A. Costa(SPAIN)
 Sebastien Lareau
and Daniel Nestor(CANADA)
2000
1924 Paris  Jacques Brugnon
and Henri Cochet (FRANCE)
 Jean Borotra
and Rene Lacoste (FRANCE)
 Vincent Richards
and FRANCEncis Hunter (USA)
1924
Seoul  Emilio Sanchez
and Sergio Casal(SPAIN)
 Miloslav Mecíř
and Milan Srejber (CZECHOSLOVAKIA)
 Ken Flach
and Robert Seguso (USA)
1988
 Stefan Edberg
and anders Järryd(SWEDEN)

Women’s Double Tournaments:

Cities-Games held in Silver Medal BronzeMedal Gold Medal Year
London Hlavackova
and Lucie Hradecka(CZECH REPUBLIC)
 Maria Kirilenko
and Nadia Petrova(RUSSIA)
 Serena
and Venus Williams(USA)
2012
Athens  ConChileta Martínez
and Virginia R. Pascual fromSPAIN
 P. Suarez
and P. TarabiniFrom ARGENTINA
 Li Ting
and Sun Tiantian(CHINA)
2004
Beijing  AnaBelgium Medina Garrigues
and Virginia Pascual(SPAIN)
 Yan Zi
and Z. Jie(CHINA)
 Serena Williams
and Venus Williams(USA)
2008
Barcelona  ConChileta Martínez
and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario(SPAIN)
 Rachel McQuillan
and Nicole Bradtke(AUSTRALIA)
 Gigi Fernandez
and Mary Joe Fernandez(USA)
1998
 Leila Meskhi
and Natasha Zvereva(EUN)
Atlanta  Jana Novotna
and Helena Sukova(CZECH REPUBLIC)
 ConChileta Martínez
and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario(SPAIN)
 Gigi Fernandez
and Mary Joe Fernandez(USA)
1996
Sydney  Kristie BooGermanyt
and Miriam Oremans (NED)
 Els Callens
and Dominique Van Roost(BELGIUM)
 Serena and Venus Williams(USA) 2000
Seoul  Jana Novotna
and Helena Sukova(CZECHOSLOVAKIA)
 Elizabeth Smylie
and Wendy Turnbull(AUSTRALIA)
 Pam Shriver
and Zina Garrison(USA)
1998
 Steffi Graf
and Claudia Kohde-Kilsch(WEST GERMANY)

Tennis at Olympics

Tennis was included in Summer Olympic Games. There was a great dispute between International Olympic Committee and International Tennis Federation because of the competition of part-time players. In 1968 and 1984, it was appeared demonstration and became full medal sport of the Summer Olympics.

Multiple medal winners (1896–2012)

Country

Name

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Total

USA  Serena Williams

0

0

4

4

 Venus Williams

0

0

4

4

UK  Reginald Doherty

1

0

3

4

USA  Vincent Richards

0

1

2

3

USA  Mary Joe Fernandez

1

0

2

3

France  Suzanne Lenglen

1

0

2

3

South Africa  Charles Winslow

1

0

2

3

 

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