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When the modern Olympic Games began in 1896, the United States did not enter a team in the tennis competition. Nor did they enter a team four years later, when the Games were held in Paris, as the United States Lawn Tennis Association passed a resolution opposing entry into the competition. The winds changed, however, when the Olympics were held in St. Louis in 1904; Americans were allowed to participate because the Games were being held in the United States.

 The 1906 Games, which have been referred to as “intercalated” or “interim,” are considered unofficial by the International Olympic Committee. However, medals from these games are included in the national medal totals.

Tennis was dropped from the Olympics after 1924, in part because of a conflict between the International Olympic Committee and the International Lawn Tennis Federation. The sport was returned to the program in 1968 on a demonstration, or non-medal, basis. Finally, in 1988, tennis was fully restored to the Olympics.

As the national governing body for tennis, the USTA fields the U.S. Olympic team.

1896 – Athens
Men’s Singles
Gold: John Boland, Ireland
Silver: Dionysios Kasdaglis, Egypt
Bronze: Momcsilló Topavicsa, Hungary
Bronze: Konstantinos Paspatis, Greece

Men’s Doubles
Gold: John Boland, Ireland - Friedrich “Fritz” Traun, Germany
Siver: Dionysios Kasdaglis, Egypt - Demetrios Petrokokkinos, Greece
Bronze: Edwin Flack, Austria - George Robertson, Great Britain

Women’s and Mixed Doubles 
Not held


1900 – Paris
Men’s Singles
Gold: Hugh Laurie Doherty, Great Britain
Silver: Harold Mahoney, Great Britain
Bronze: Reginald Doherty, Great Britain
Bronze: Arthur Norris, Great Britain

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Hugh Laurie Doherty - Reginald Doherty, Great Britain
Silver: Basil Spalding da Garmendia, United States - Max Decugis, France
Bronze: André Prévost - Georges da la Chapelle, France
Bronze: Harold Mahoney, Great Britain - Arthur Norris, Germany

Women’s Singles
Gold: Charlotte Cooper, Great Britain
Silver: Hélène Prévost, France
Bronze: Marion Jones, United States
Bronze: Hedwig Rosenbaum, Bohemia

Women’s Doubles 
Not held

Mixed Doubles
Gold: Charlotte Cooper - Reginald Doherty, Great Britain
Silver: Hélène Prévost, France - Harold Mahoney, Great Britain
Bronze: Hedwig Rosenbaum, Bohemia - Archibald Warden, Great Britain
Bronze: Marion Jones, United States - Hugh Laurie Doherty, Great Britain


1904 – St. Louis
Men’s Singles
Gold: Beals C. Wright, United States
Silver: Robert LeRoy, United States
Bronze: Alonzo Bell, United States
Bronze: Edgar Leonard, United States

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Edgar W. Leonard - Beals C. Wright, United States
Silver: Alonzo Bell - Robert LeRoy, United States
Bronze: Joseph Wear - Allen West, United States
Bronze: Clarence Gamble - Arthur Wear, United States

Women’s and Mixed Doubles 
Not held

 

1906 – Athens
Men’s Singles
Gold: Max Decugis, France
Silver: Maurice Germot, France
Bronze: Zdenek “Jánsky” Zemla, Bohemia

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Max Decugis - Maurice Germot, France
Silver: Xenophon Kasdaglis - Ioannis Ballis, Greece
Bronze: Zdenek “Jánsky” Zemla - Ladislav “Rázny” Zemla, Bohemia

Women’s Singles
Gold: Esmee Simiriotou, Greece
Silver: Sophia Marinou, Greece
Bronze: Euphrosine Paspati, Greece

Women’s Doubles 
Not held

Mixed Doubles
Gold: Marie Decugis - Max Decugis, France
Silver: Sophia Marinou - Georgios Simirotis, Greece
Bronze: Aspasia Matsa - Xenophon Kasdaglis, Greece


1908 – London
Men’s Singles
Gold: Major Ritchie, Great Britain
Silver: Otto Froitzheim, Germany
Bronze: Wilberforce Eaves, Great Britain

Men’s Doubles
Gold: George Hillyard - Reginald Doherty, Great Britain
Silver: Major Ritchie, Great Britain - James Parke, Ireland
Bronze: Clement Cazalet - Charles Dixon, Great Britain

Women’s Singles
Gold: Dorothea Lambert Chambers, Great Britain
Silver: P. Dora Boothby, Great Britain
Bronze: R. Joan Winch, Great Britain

Women’s and Mixed Doubles 
Not held


1908 – London (Indoor)
Men’s Singles
Gold: Arthur Gore, Great Britain
Silver: George Caridia, Great Britain
Bronze: Major Ritchie, Great Britain

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Arthur Gore - Herbert Roper Barrett, Great Britain
Silver: George Simond - George Caridia, Great Britain
Bronze: Gunnar Setterwall - Wollmar Boström, Sweden

Women’s Singles
Gold: Gladys Eastlake-Smith, Great Britain
Silver: Alice Greene, Great Britain
Bronze: Martha Adlerstrahle, Sweden 

Women’s and Mixed Doubles 
Not held


1912 – Stockholm
Men’s Singles
Gold: Charles L. Winslow, South Africa
Silver: Harold A. Kitson, South Africa
Bronze: Oscar Kreuzer, Germany

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Harold A. Kitson - Charles L. Winslow, South Africa
Silver: Felix Pipes - Arthur Zborzil, Austria
Bronze: Albert Canet - Marc Mény de Marangue, France

Women’s Singles
Gold: Marguerite Broquedis, France
Silver: Dora Köring, Germany
Bronze: Anna “Molla” Bjurstedt, Norway

Women’s Doubles 
Not held

Mixed Doubles
Gold: Dora Köring – Heinrich Schomburgk, Germany
Silver: Sigrid Fick - Gunnar Setterwall, Sweden
Bronze: Marguerite Broquedis - Albert Canet, France


1912 – Stockholm (Indoor)
Men’s Singles

Gold: André Gobert, France
Silver: Charles Dixon, Great Britain
Bronze: Anthony Wilding, New Zealand

Men’s Doubles
Gold: André Gobert - Maurice Germot, France
Silver: Gunnar Setterwall - Carl Kempe, Sweden
Bronze: Charles Dixon - Alfred Ernest Beamish, Great Britain

Women’s Singles
Gold: Edith Hannam, Great Britain
Silver: Thora Castenschiold, Denmark
Bronze: Mabel Parton, Great Britain

Women’s Doubles 
Not held

Mixed Doubles
Gold: Edith Hannam - Charles Dixon, Great Britain
Silver: F. Helen Aitchison - Herbert Roper Barrett, Great Britain
Bronze: Sigrid Fick - Gunnar Setterwall, Sweden


1916
Cancelled due to World War I


1920 – Antwerp
Men’s Singles
Gold: Louis Raymond, South Africa
Silver: Ichiya Kumagae, Japan
Bronze: Charles Winslow, South Africa

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Oswald Noel Turnbull - Max Woosnam, Great Britain
Silver: Ichiya Kumagae - Seiichiro Kashio, Japan
Bronze: Max Decugis - Pierre Albarran, France

Women’s Singles
Gold: Suzanne Lenglen, France
Silver: E. Dorothy Holman, Great Britain
Bronze: Kathleen “Kitty” McKane, Great Britain

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Winifred Slocock McNair - Kathleen “Kitty” McKane, Great Britain
Silver: W. Geraldine Beamish - E. Dorothy Holman, Great Britain
Bronze: Suzanne Lenglen - Elisabeth d’Ayen, France

Mixed Doubles
Gold: Suzanne Lenglen - Max Decugis, France
Silver: Kathleen McKane - Maxwell Woosnam, Great Britain
Bronze: Milada Skrbková - Ladislav “Rázny” Zemla, Czechoslovakia


1924 – Paris
Men’s Singles

Gold: Vincent Richards, United States
Silver: Henri Cochet, France
Bronze: Umberto Luigi de Morpurgo, Italy

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Vincent Richards - Francis T. Hunter, United States
Silver: Jacques Brugnon - Henri Cochet, France
Bronze: Jean Borotra - René Lacoste, France

Women’s Singles
Gold: Helen Wills, United States
Silver: Julie Vlasto, France
Bronze: Kathleen “Kitty” McKane, Great Britain

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Helen Wills - Hazel Wightman, United States
Silver: Phyllis Covell - Kathleen “Kitty” McKane, Great Britain
Bronze: Dorothy Shepherd-Barron - Evelyn Colyer, Great Britain

Mixed Doubles
Gold: Hazel Wightman - Richard Norris Williams, United States
Silver: Marion Jessup - Vincent Richards, United States
Bronze: Cornelia Bouman - Hendrik Timmer, Holland


1928 – 1964
Tennis was not an Olympic Sport


1968 – Mexico City*
Men’s Singles
Manuel Santana, Spain

Men’s Doubles 
Rafael Osuna - Vicente Zarazua, Mexico

Women’s Singles 
Helga Niessen, West Germany

Women’s Doubles 
Edda Buding - Helga Niessen, West Germany

Mixed Doubles
Julie Heldman - Herb FitzGibbon, United States

*Tennis was a demonstration sport.


1972 – 1980
Tennis was not an Olympic Sport


1984 – Los Angeles*
Men’s Singles

Stefan Edberg, Sweden

Women’s Singles 
Steffi Graf, West Germany

*Tennis was a demonstration sport.


1988 – Seoul
Men’s Singles
Gold: Miloslav Mecir, Czechoslovakia
Silver: Timothy Mayotte, United States
Bronze: Stefan Edberg, Sweden
Bronze: Brad Gilbert, United States

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Ken Flach - Robert Seguso, United States
Silver: Emilio Sanchez - Sergio Casal, Spain
Bronze: Miloslav Mecir - Milan Srejber, Czechoslovakia
Bronze: Stefan Edberg - Anders Järryd, Sweden

Women’s Singles
Gold: Steffi Graf, West Germany
Silver: Gabriela Sabatini, Argentina
Bronze: Zina Garrison, United States
Bronze: Manuela Maleeva, Bulgaria

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Zina Garrison - Pam Shriver, United States
Silver: Jana Novotna - Helena Sukova, Czechoslovakia
Bronze: Elizabeth Smylie - Wendy Turnbull, Australia
Bronze: Steffi Graf - Claudia Kohde-Kilsch, West Germany


1992 – Barcelona
Men’s Singles
Gold: Marc Rosset, Switzerland
Silver: Jordi Arresse, Spain
Bronze: Andrei Cherkasov, Russia
Bronze: Goran Ivanisevic, Croatia

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Boris Becker - Michael Stich, Germany
Silver: Wayne Ferreira - Piet Norval, South Africa
Bronze: Javier Frana - Christian Miniussi, Argentina
Bronze: Goran Ivanisevic - Goran Prpic, Croatia

Women’s Singles
Gold: Jennifer Capriati, United States
Silver: Steffi Graf, West Germany
Bronze: Mary Joe Fernandez, United States
Bronze: Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, Spain

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Gigi Fernandez - Mary Joe Fernandez, United States
Silver: Conchita Martinez - Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, Spain
Bronze: Rachel McQuillan - Nicole Provis, Australia
Bronze: Leila Meskhi - Natalia Zvereva, Soviet Union


1996 – Atlanta
Men’s Singles
Gold: Andre Agassi, United States
Silver: Sergi Bruguera, Spain
Bronze: Leander Paes, India

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Todd Woodbridge - Mark Woodforde, Australia
Silver: Neil Broad - Tim Henman, Great Britain
Bronze: Marc-Kevin Goellner - David Prinosil, Germany

Women’s Singles
Gold: Lindsay Davenport, United States
Silver: Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, Spain
Bronze: Jana Novotna, Czech Republic

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Gigi Fernandez - Mary Joe Fernandez, United States
Silver: Jana Novotna - Helena Sukova, Czech Republic
Bronze: Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario - Conchita Martinez, Spain


2000 – Sydney
Men’s Singles
Gold: Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Russia
Silver: Tommy Haas, Germany
Bronze: Arnaud Di Pasquale, France

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Sebastien Lareau - Daniel Nestor, Canada
Silver: Todd Woodbridge - Mark Woodforde, Australia
Bronze: Alex Corretja - Albert Costa, Spain

Women’s Singles
Gold: Venus Williams, United States
Silver: Elena Dementieva, Russia
Bronze: Monica Seles, United States

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Venus Williams - Serena Williams, United States
Silver: Kristie Boogert - Miriam Oremans, Netherlands
Bronze: Els Callens - Dominique Van Roost, Belgium


2004 – Athens
Men’s Singles

Gold: Nicolas Massu, Chile
Silver: Mardy Fish, United States
Bronze: Fernando Gonzalez, Chile

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Nicolas Massu - Fernando Gonzalez, Chile
Silver: Nicolas Kiefer - Rainer Schuettler, Germany
Bronze: Mario Ancic - Ivan Ljubicic, Croatia

Women’s Singles
Gold: Justine Henin-Hardenne, Belgium
Silver: Amelie Mauresmo, France
Bronze: Alicia Molik, Australia

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Ting Li - Tian Tian Sun, China
Silver: Conchita Martinez - Virginia Ruano Pascual, Spain
Bronze: Patricia Tarabini - Paola Suárez, Argentina


2008 – Beijing
Men’s Singles
Gold: Rafael Nadal, Spain
Silver: Fernando Gonzalez, Chile
Bronze: Novak Djokovic, Serbia

Men’s Doubles
Gold: Roger Federer - Stanislas Wawrinka, Switzerland
Silver: Simon Aspelin - Thomas Johansson, Sweden
Bronze: Bob Bryan - Mike Bryan, United States

Women’s Singles
Gold: Elena Dementieva, Russia
Silver: Dinara Safina, Russia
Bronze: Vera Zvonareva, Russia

Women’s Doubles
Gold: Serena Williams - Venus Williams, United States
Silver: Anabel Medina Garrigues - Virginia Ruano Pascual, Spain
Bronze: Yan Zi - Zheng Jie, China

 
2012 – London
Men’s Singles
Gold: Andy Murray, Great Britain
Silver: Roger Federer, Switzerland
Bronze: Juan Martin del Potro, Argentina
 
Men’s Doubles
Gold: Bob Bryan - Mike Bryan, United States
Silver: Michael Llodra - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, France
Bronze: Julien Benneteau - Richard Gasquet, France
 
Women’s Singles
Gold: Serena WIlliams, United States
Silver: Maria Sharapova, Russia
Bronze: Victoria Azarenka, Belarus
 
Women’s Doubles
Gold: Serena Williams - Venus Williams, United States
Silver: Andrea Hlavackova - Lucie Hradecka, Czech Republic
Bronze: Maria Kirilenko - Nadia Petrova, Russia
 
Mixed Doubles
Gold: Victoria Azarenka - Max Mirnyi, Belarus
Silver: Laura Robson - Andy Murray, Great Britain
Bronze: Lisa Raymond - Mike Bryan, United States

 

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