Olympic tennis competition format at Tokyo 2020 The tennis competition will be played on outdoor hard courts and feature men’s singles and women’s singles, both with a 64-player (six round) draw. The format is knockout, meaning if a player loses at any point before the semi-finals, he or she is eliminated.
Qualification for tennis at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan was determined primarily by the rankings maintained by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). The 2020 Olympics were postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Contents 1 Qualifying criteria 2 Qualified players
The tennis events at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be based on a traditional knock-out format. The men’s and women’s singles features draws of 64 players, whereas the men’s and women’s doubles will feature 32 teams, and the mixed doubles will feature 16 teams. The draw will be held on July 22, at 11am (UK time).
Germany 's Alexander Zverev defeated Karen Khachanov of the Russian Olympic Committee in the final, 6–3, 6–1, to win the gold medal in Men's Singles tennis at the 2020 Summer Olympics. It was both countries' first medals at the event since 2000, and Germany's first victory. In the bronze medal match, Spain 's Pablo Carreño Busta defeated.
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