Tennis at the 2020 Tokyo Games will comprise five medal events:

  • Men’s Singles
  • Men’s Doubles
  • Women’s Singles
  • Women’s Doubles
  • Mixed Doubles

Removed from the Olympic program after the 1924 Paris Games, tennis returned in 1988 and has been contested at every Games since. The Tokyo competition will be held on hard courts at the Ariake Tennis Park.

Olympic tennis matches are best-of-three sets, except for the best-of-five men’s singles final. Draw sizes are 64 for men’s and women’s singles; 32 for men’s and women’s doubles; 16 for mixed doubles.

Notable gold-medal winners in Olympic tennis include:

  • Andre Agassi – men’s singles (1996)
  • Bob/Mike Bryan – men’s doubles (2012)
  • Jennifer Capriati – women’s singles (1992)
  • Lindsay Davenport – women’s singles (1996)
  • Roger Federer – men’s doubles (2008)
  • Steffi Graf – women’s singles (1988)
  • Andy Murray – men’s singles (2012, 2016)
  • Rafael Nadal – men’s singles (2008), men’s doubles (2016)
  • Serena Williams – women’s singles (2012), women’s doubles (2000, 2008, 2012)
  • Venus Williams – women’s singles (2000), women’s doubles (2000, 2008, 2012)
  • Helen Wills-Moody – women’s singles (1924), women’s doubles (1924)

 

More information:

Tokyo 2020 – Tennis

United States Tennis Association

International Tennis Federation