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List of all Olympics Tennis Men's Singles winners including gold, silver and bronze medalists.

Tennis Men's Singles

Tennis was first played at Summer Olympics in the 1896 Olympic Games, held in Athens. In this tournament, only two events were played: men's singles and men's doubles. Between 1928 and 1984, tennis was not included in the Olympic Games program and made a comeback in 1988 at Seoul Olympics. The following table lists all medalists in Tennis Men's Singles event at Olympic Games.

Tennis Men's Singles Winners at Olympics

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1896 John Pius Boland
Great Britain
Dionysios Kasdaglis
Greece
Konstantinos Paspatis, Momcsilló Tapavicza
Greece, Hungary
1900 Laurence Doherty
Great Britain
Harold Mahony
Great Britain
Reginald Doherty, Arthur Norris
Great Britain, Great Britain
1904 Beals Wright
United States
Robert LeRoy
United States
Alphonzo Bell, Edgar Leonard
United States, United States
1908 Josiah Ritchie
Great Britain
Otto Froitzheim
Germany
Wilberforce Eaves
Great Britain
1912 Charles Winslow
South Africa
Harold Kitson
South Africa
Oscar Kreuzer
Germany
1920 Louis Raymond
South Africa
Ichiya Kumagae
Japan
Charles Winslow
South Africa
1924 Vincent Richards
United States
Henri Cochet
France
Umberto De Morpurgo
Italy
1988 Miloslav Mečíř
Czechoslovakia
Tim Mayotte
United States
Brad Gilbert, Stefan Edberg
United States, Sweden
1992 Marc Rosset
Switzerland
Jordi Arrese
Spain
Andrei CHERKASOV, Goran Ivaniševic
Unified Team, Croatia
1996 Andre Agassi
United States
Sergi Bruguera
Spain
Leander Paes
India
2000 Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Russia
Tommy Haas
Germany
Arnaud Di Pasquale
France
2004 Nicolás Massú
Chile
Mardy Fish
United States
Fernando González
Chile
2008 Rafael Nadal
Spain
Fernando González
Chile
Novak Ðokovic
Serbia
2012 Andy Murray
Great Britain
Roger Federer
Switzerland
Juan Martín del Potro
Argentina
2016 Andy Murray
Great Britain
Juan Martín del Potro
Argentina
Kei Nishikori
Japan