The format at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games was a single-elimination tournament with men’s and women’s singles draws consisting of 64 players. There were six rounds of competition in singles, five rounds in doubles (draw size of 32), and four rounds in mixed doubles (draw size of 16).
Additionally, what male tennis players are going to the Olympics?
Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray are set to lead the way at the Tokyo Olympics, with the tennis event being played from 24 July through 1 August. Federer and World No. 1 Djokovic are both pursuing their first singles gold medal.
In respect to this, who has won the Golden Slam in tennis?
Why did Djokovic lose the Olympics?
A racquet-smashing Djokovic lost to the Spaniard 4-6, 7-6(6), 3-6 in the men’s singles bronze medal encounter on Saturday. Shortly after that, he pulled out of the mixed doubles bronze medal tie with partner Nina Stojanovic citing a shoulder injury. Australia’s Ashley Barty and John Peers were awarded the medal.
Who won medals in men’s tennis?
|2008 Beijing||Rafael Nadal Spain||Novak Djokovic Serbia|
|2012 London||Andy Murray Great Britain||Juan Martín del Potro Argentina|
|2016 Rio de Janeiro||Andy Murray Great Britain||Kei Nishikori Japan|
|2020 Tokyo||Alexander Zverev Germany||Pablo Carreño Busta Spain|
Who beat Djokovic in tennis at the Olympics?
Pablo Carreno Busta