Venus Williams (four gold, one silver) and Kathleen McKane Godfree (one gold, two silvers, and two bronzes) are the all-time record holders for the most Olympic tennis medals, with five each. Andy Murray is the only player to have won two singles gold medals, and the only singles player to have retained the Olympic title.
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Ever since its inclusion in the Olympics in 1988 Seoul Games, Table Tennis has been dominated by China, whether it's the single event with which the sport started, or the team event which was introduced in 2008. As of now, China has won 20 gold medals out of the 24 awarded and a total of 41 medals out of the 76 awarded.
A look back on the spectacular performances of China's Wang Nan, winning 4 golds and 1 silver medal in an incredible Olympic career.Subscribe to the Olympics...
Qiao Hong : Image : Qiao Hong. Qiao was born on the 21 st of November, 1968 in Hubei, China and like Guo, she won a total of four major medals in her career making her one of the best table tennis players of all time. She achieved two Olympic gold medals, a silver and a bronze while her career was active.
History made, table tennis records broken at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games 07 Aug 2021 Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games China Secures Fourth Consecutive Men’s Team Gold Medal
07 Aug 2021. History made, table tennis records broken at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. 2021/08/06. Team Event Golden medal match China beat Germany 3/0 at Tokyo 2020, Olympic Games, Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium . By Calvin Koh. Fourteen days of enthralling table tennis action from the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium have left a legion of table tennis fans spellbound as the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games draw to a close.
Table Tennis. It is thought that upper-class Victorians in England invented table tennis in the 1880s as a genteel, after-dinner alternative to lawn tennis, using whatever they could find as equipment. A line of books would often be the net, the rounded top of a champagne cork would be the ball and occasionally a cigar box lid would be a racket.