Who won Olympic medals in tennis?
What male tennis player has the most medals in the Olympics?
Andy Murray is the only player to have won two singles gold medals, and the only singles player to have retained the Olympic title.
|Tennis at the Summer Olympics|
|Events||5 (men: 2; women: 2; mixed: 1)|
Who is the only player with more Olympic medals than Serena Williams?
The 39-year-old veteran is one of the most successful Olympic tennis players of all time, winning singles gold in 2012 and doubles gold with her sister, Venus Williams, in 2000, 2008 and 2012. Only Venus and Great Britain’s Kathleen McKane Godfree have more Olympic tennis medals than Serena with five each.
Who is the best tennis player in the world?
|1||Novak. Djokovic (SRB)||11,430|
|34 Age Next Best 15 Tourn Played Move 90 Points Dropping|
|2||Daniil. Medvedev (RUS)||9,630|
|25 Age Next Best 24 Tourn Played Move 90 Points Dropping|
Who is the youngest ever recorded athlete to participate in the Olympics?
Dimitrios Loundras represented Greece in the parallel bars at the inaugural modern Olympic Games in 1896, and came third as part of the team event. At 10 years and 218 days he is the youngest known medallist, and before he died in 1971 he was the last surviving competitor from the 1896 Games.