Paris Olympic 2024 Tennis Schedule & Prize Money Details
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Updated: 24 April 2024

Paris Olympics 2024 Tennis Schedule & Prize Money Details. Are you excited to feel the heat of this upcoming Paris 2024 Olympics tennis tournament? Here are all the details you need to know, i.e., dates, schedules, previous winners, and prize money.

The events taking place in this Paris 2024 Olympics tennis tournament are:

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

In all the single matches, there will be a best of three sets with a standard tiebreak, including the last set.

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Dates and Venues

Date: Begins on Saturday, July 27th, and ends on August 4th, Sunday.

Venue: It will be held at the iconic Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France.

Paris 2024 Olympics Schedule

                      Date                                 Events
27 July, Sat
Men’s and Women’s singles first round, Men’s and     Women’s doubles first round

28 July,Sun

Men’s and Women’s singles first round Men’s and Women’s doubles first round                                                                                                                                                                                          

29 July,Mon

Men’s and women’s singles 2nd round, Men’s and Women’s doubles 2nd round, and Mixed Doubles 1st round. 

30 July, Tue

Men’s Singles 2nd round, Women’s Singles 3rd round, Men’s Doubles 3rd round, Women’s Doubles 2nd round and Mixed Doubles 1st, 2nd and 3rd round.

           31st July, Wednesday

Men’s single 3rd round, Women’s singles Quarterfinals, Men’s doubles Semifinals, Women’s Doubles quarterfinals, and Mixed Doubles Quarterfinals.

          1st August, Thursday

Men’s Singles Quarterfinals, Women’s Singles Semifinals, Men’s Doubles Semifinals, Women’s Doubles Quarterfinals and Mixed Doubles Semifinals.
         2nd August, Friday
Men’s singles Semifinals, Women’s Singles Bronze medal match, Men’s Doubles Bronze medal match, Mixed Doubles Bronze medal match and Mixed Doubles Gold medal match

       3rd August, Saturday

Men’s Singles Bronze medal match, Women’s singles Gold medal match, and Men’s Doubles Gold medal match.

      4th August, Sunday

Women’s Doubles Bronze medal match, Men’s singles Gold medal match, and Women’s Doubles Gold medal match

Previous Year Winners in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Tennis Tournament

The last Olympic Tennis Tournament was held in Tokyo in 2020 and was held between 24th July and 1st August.

Venue: The 2020 Tokyo Olympics was held at the Ariake Coliseum.

Here are the winners of the last Summer Olympics in 2020:



         Alexander Zverev

           Karen Khachanov

       Pablo Carreno Busta


           Belinda Bencic

         Marketa Vondrousova

       Erina Svitolina


Nikola Mektic & Mat Pavic

      Marin Cilic & Ivan Dodig

Marcus Daniell & Micheal Venus

Barbora Krejcikova &Katerina Siniakova  Belinda Bencic &  Victoria Golubic       Laura Pigossi &  Luisa Stefani

Andrey Rublev &Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova      Aslan Karatsev &  Elina Vesnina       John Peers &   Ashleigh Barty

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Paris 2024 Olympics Prize Money

The tennis legends Boris Becker and Martina Navratilova have taken a stand at the Laureus World Sports Awards and have called on all Olympics Medalists across all sports to receive prize money.

The World Athletics Federation announced earlier this month that it would be the first time in history to offer Olympic prize money in history to all the winners. The sum paid to the Winners of all sports events would be $50,000.

Martina Navratilova, the 18-time Grand Slam Singles champion, stated that it was fantastic and that ”the Olympics have always been a major event worldwide where everyone but the players were making money”. 

She also added, “I am glad to see that changing since for some countries that is a massive amount of money, and for some of them it might be just a drop in the bucket, but for the others, it’s a step in the right direction.”  Martina Navratilova claimed that the days of amateurism in tennis are over.