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Tennis at the Olympic Games

Here you will find sets for the Men's and Women's singles tournaments since they returned to the Olympic games in 1988. Each set contains Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners, the losing Bronze medal finalist (since 1996) plus the four losing quarter-finalists.


Each set is £5.00


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1988 - Seoul (South Korea)

Men's singles:


Gold: Miroslav Mecir

Silver: Tim Mayotte

Bronze: Stefan Edberg

Bronze: Brad Gilbert

Women's Singles


Gold: Steffi Graf

Silver: Gabriela Sabatini

Bronze: Zina Garrison

Bronze: Mauela Maleeva

1992 - Barcelona (Spain)

Men's singles:


Gold: Marc Rosset

Silver: Jordi Arrese

Bronze: Goran Ivanisevic

Bronze: Andrei Cherkasov

Women's Singles:


Gold: Jennifer Capriati

Silver: Steffi Graf

Bronze: Mary Joe Fernandez

Bronze: Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario

1996 - Atlanta (USA) 

Men's singles:


Gold: Andre Agassi

Silver: Sergei Bruguera

Bronze: Leander Pas

Women's Singles:


Gold: Lindsay Davenport

Silver: Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario

Bronze: Jana Novotna

2000 - Sydney (Australia)

Men's singles:


Gold: Yevgeny Kafelnikov

Silver: Tommy Haas

Bronze: Arnaud Di Pasquale

Women's Singles:


Gold: Venus Williams

Silver: Elene Dementieva

Bronze: Monica Seles

2004 - Athens (Greece)

Men's singles:


Gold: Nicolas Massu

Silver: Mardy Fish

Bronze: Fernando Gonzalez


Women's Singles:


Gold: Justine Henin

Silver: Amelie Mauresmo

Bronze: Alicia Molik

2008 - Beijing (China)

Men's singles:


Gold: Rafael Nadal

Silver: Fernando Gonzalez

Bronze: Novak Djokovic

Women's Singles:


Gold: Elena Dementieva

Silver: Dinara Safina

Bronze: Vera Zvonareva

2012 - London (UK)

Men's singles:


Gold: Andy Murray

Silver: Roger Federer

Bronze: Juan Martin del Potro


Women's Singles:


Gold: Serena Williams

Silver: Maria Sharapova

Bronze: Victoria Azarenka

2016 - Rio (Brazil)

Men's singles:


Gold: Andy Murray

Silver: Juan Martin del Potro

Bronze: Kei Nishikori


Women's Singles:


Gold: Monica Puig

Silver: Angelique Kerber

Bronze: Petra Kvitova

2020 - Tokyo (Japan)

Men's singles:


Gold: Alexander Zverev

Silver: Karen Khachanov

Bronze: Pablo Busta

Women's Singles:


Gold: Belinda Bencic

Silver: Marketa Vondrousova

Bronze: Elina Svitolina