Tennis at the 1896 Summer Olympics

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At the 1896 Summer Olympics, two tennis events were contested, both for men. They were begun on 8 April and continued on 9 April, 10 April, and 11 April.[1] 13 competitors from 6 nations, including 7 Greeks, took part in the tennis competition. Many of the doubles teams were of mixed nationality, including all three medalist pairs.

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Medal summary

These medals are retroactively assigned by the International Olympic Committee; at the time, winners were given a silver medal and runners-up bronze medals. Athletes coming third received no award.

The doubles team of Kasdaglis and Petrokokkinos appears in the IOC results database as a mixed team. Kasdaglis is listed as Greek in the database for the singles event. Petrokokkinos, not having won a singles medal, is not identified with any nation in the IOC database; however, all sources which do give a nationality for Petrokokkinos give it as Greek. Kasdaglis, a Greek national residing in Alexandria, is listed as Egyptian in some sources.

Participating nations

A total of 13 tennis players from 6 nations competed at the Athens Games:

Medal table

France had a tennis player compete but he won no medals. Competitors from Australia and Germany won medals only as a part of a mixed team in the doubles event.

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