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Tennis at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's Singles

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Tennis at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's Singles



Men's Singles was one of four events of the tennis program at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.

Miloslav Mečíř was the defending champion won the gold medal in 1988. He retired that sport in 1990. Unseeded Marc Rosset of Switzerland (ranked #37) won the event defeated home player Jordi Arrese with a score of 7-6, 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 8-6 in the final.

Contents

  • Medalists 1
  • Seeds 2
  • Draw 3
    • Finals 3.1
    • Top Half 3.2
      • Section 1 3.2.1
      • Section 2 3.2.2
    • Bottom Half 3.3
      • Section 3 3.3.1
      • Section 4 3.3.2
  • References 4

Medalists

Bronze  Goran Ivanišević
Croatia (CRO)
 Andrei Cherkasov
Unified Team (EUN)

Seeds

  1.  Jim Courier (USA) (Third Round)
  2.  Stefan Edberg (SWE) (First Round)
  3.  Pete Sampras (USA) (Third Round)
  4.  Goran Ivanišević (CRO) (Semifinals, Bronze Medalist)
  5.  Boris Becker (GER) (Third Round)
  6.  Michael Chang (USA) (Second Round)
  7. (Second Round) )FRA(
  8.  Michael Stich (GER) (Second Round)
  9.  Wayne Ferreira (RSA) (Second Round)
  10.  Thomas Muster (AUT) (First Round)
  11.  Sergi Bruguera (ESP) (Second Round)
  12.  Emilio Sánchez (ESP) (Quarterfinals)
  13.  Andrei Cherkasov (EUN) (Semifinals, Bronze Medalist)
  14.  Amos Mansdorf (ISR) (withdrew)
  15.  Jakob Hlasek (SUI) (Third Round)
  16.  Jordi Arrese (ESP) (Final, Silver Medalist)

Draw

Finals

Top Half

Section 1

Section 2

Bottom Half

Section 3

First Round Second Round Third Round Quarterfinals
6/WC  M Chang (USA) 6 6 3 6  
   A Mancini (ARG) 1 4 6 0   6/WC  M Chang (USA) 2 6 3 3  
   J Oncins (BRA) 77 4 6 4 6    J Oncins (BRA) 6 3 6 6  
Q  S Muškatirović 63 6 1 6 1    J Oncins (BRA) 77 6 77    
Q  S Noszály (HUN) 2 3 6 2   Alt  M Koevermans (NED) 61 0 62    
Alt  M Koevermans (NED) 6 6 2 6   Alt  M Koevermans (NED) 1 6 6 6  
LL  A Castle (GBR) 1 2 3     11  S Bruguera (ESP) 6 3 3 2  
11  S Bruguera (ESP) 6 6 6        J Oncins (BRA) 1 4 77 6 2
13  A Cherkasov (EUN) 6 6 3 6   13  A Cherkasov (EUN) 6 6 63 4 6
Q  R Smith (BAH) 1 0 6 1   13  A Cherkasov (EUN) 6 66 6 6  
Q  K Carlsen (DEN) 4 6 3 5      G Prpić (CRO) 4 78 4 3  
   G Prpić (CRO) 6 4 6 7   13  A Cherkasov (EUN) 67 1 7 6 6
Q  L Paes (IND) 6 64 0 0   3  P Sampras (USA) 79 6 5 0 3
   J Yzaga (PER) 1 77 6 6      J Yzaga (PER) 3 0 6 1  
   W Masur (AUS) 1 64 4     3  P Sampras (USA) 6 6 3 6  
3  P Sampras (USA) 6 77 6    

Section 4

First round Second round 3rd round Quarterfinals
8  M Stich (GER) 6 3 6 3 6
Q  R Fromberg (AUS) 3 6 1 6 3 8  M Stich (GER) 4 2 6 3  
Q  A Pavel (ROM) 5 2 2     WC  C-U Steeb (GER) 6 6 4 6  
WC  C-U Steeb (GER) 7 6 6     WC  C-U Steeb (GER) 4 6 3 2  
Alt  L Lavalle (MEX) 6 6 6     Alt  L Lavalle (MEX) 6 3 6 6  
   J Siemerink (NED) 4 4 2     Alt  L Lavalle (MEX) 6 3 4 6 10
WC  H Leconte (FRA) 77 711 6     WC  H Leconte (FRA) 4 6 6 3 8
10  T Muster (AUT) 65 69 4     Alt  L Lavalle (MEX) 1 66 1    
16/WC  J Arrese (ESP) 6 6 6     16/WC  J Arrese (ESP) 6 78 6    
Q  E-J Chang (KOR) 4 2 2     16/WC  J Arrese (ESP) 6 4 6 3 9
   M Gustafsson (SWE) 77 6 6        M Gustafsson (SWE) 2 6 1 6 7
LL  O Casey (IRL) 63 1 4     16/WC  J Arrese (ESP) 6 6 6    
WC  R Furlan (ITA) 6 6 3 6   WC  R Furlan (ITA) 4 3 2    
   S Matsuoka (JPN) 4 3 6 4   WC  R Furlan (ITA) 77 6 6    
WC  A Chesnokov (EUN) 6 6 6     WC  A Chesnokov (EUN) 63 4 4    
2  S Edberg (SWE) 0 4 4    

References

  • ITF Olympic site
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