Tennis made its debut at the first modern Olympic Games in Athens in 1896. It was played at the Olympics until 1912 and then discontinued. Tennis returned to the Olympics as a demonstration sport (no medals awarded) in 1968 and 1984 and regained full status in 1988 and has been played in each Olympics since.
Tennis was removed from the summer Olympics in 1924. The argument was that Tennis does not uphold the Olympic ideals. Having said this, it is also argued that Tennis does not rightly belong in the Olympics because the Tennis players who do qualify for the Olympics find other tournaments and Grand Slams more of a goal and gaining prize money then winning a gold medal in the Olympics. -Thomas Wren
Women's singles tennis and mixed doubles tennis (with partner Reggie Doherty).
The hottest part of the Olympics is when I step into the stadium. ... lol... The hottest part is the FLAME.
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19 women competed in the 1900 Olympics ... 6 in tennis, 3 in croquet, and 10 in golf.
Because tennis is a sport
It was in 1988 in Seoul, South Korea, that table tennis first joined the Olympics and became an Olympic sport.
Tennis was a part of the original modern Olympics that were started in 1896. Tennis was an Olympic sport until after the 1924 Olympics when it was dropped. Tennis, again, became an Olympic sport beginning with the 1988 Olympics.
Tennis and diving are both part of the Summer Olympics. Tennis was a part of the first modern Olympics during the summer of 1896. It was taken out of the Olympics in 1922 and restored to the Summer Olympics in 1988. Diving became a Summer Olympic sport in 1904.
Table tennis was introduced to the olympics in 1988.
Why did the Olympics Committee eliminate tennis after 1924?
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In first hit the headlines that tennis was in the Olympics was in the year of 1896.