Tennis at the Asian Games

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Tennis is part of the Asian Games program. It has been played at each edition of the games since 1958, with the exception of 1970. Men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles, and mixed doubles have been contested each time. Men's and women's team events have been contested since 1962.

Editions[edit]

Games Year Host city Host country Best nation
III 1958 Tokyo  Japan  Japan (JPN)
IV 1962 Jakarta  Indonesia  Japan (JPN)
V 1966 Bangkok  Thailand  Japan (JPN)
VII 1974 Tehran  Iran  Japan (JPN)
VIII 1978 Bangkok  Thailand
IX 1982 New Delhi  India  South Korea (KOR)
X 1986 Seoul  South Korea  South Korea (KOR)
XI 1990 Beijing  China
XII 1994 Hiroshima  Japan  Japan (JPN)
XIII 1998 Bangkok  Thailand  South Korea (KOR)
XIV 2002 Busan  South Korea  South Korea (KOR)
XV 2006 Doha  Qatar  India (IND)
XVI 2010 Beijing  China  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
XVII 2014 Incheon  South Korea

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 26 18 28 72
2  South Korea 15 20 15 50
3  Indonesia 15 6 21 42
4  China 10 14 18 42
5  Chinese Taipei 6 3 6 15
6  India 5 4 10 19
7  Thailand 4 3 7 14
8  Philippines 3 9 13 25
9  Israel 1 1 1 3
10  Uzbekistan 1 0 5 6
11  Iran 0 2 2 4
12  Sri Lanka 0 1[1] 4 5
13  Pakistan 0 1 2 3
14  Hong Kong 0 1[2] 0 1
 South Vietnam 0 1 0 1
16  Malaysia 0 0 2 2
  1. ^ Shared with Hong Kong (mixed team)
  2. ^ Shared with Sri Lanka (mixed team)

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Tokyo Philippines Raymundo Deyro Philippines Felicisimo Ampon Philippines Juan Maria Jose
1962 Jakarta Philippines Juan Maria Jose Japan Atsushi Miyagi Japan Osamu Ishiguro
Japan Michio Fujii
1966 Bangkok Japan Osamu Ishiguro Japan Ichizo Konishi Iran Taghi Akbari
Philippines Jesus Hernandez
1974 Tehran Japan Toshiro Sakai Iran Taghi Akbari Israel Yehoshua Shalem
1978 Bangkok Indonesia Atet Wijono Japan Shigeyuki Nishio Pakistan Nadir Ali-Khan
Japan Tetsu Kuramitsu
1982 New Delhi Indonesia Justedjo Tarik South Korea Kim Choon-Ho China Liu Shuhua
1986 Seoul South Korea Yoo Jin-Sun South Korea Kim Bong-Soo China Liu Shuhua
1990 Beijing China Pan Bing China Zhang Jiuhua South Korea Kim Bong-Soo
South Korea Kim Jae-Sik
1994 Hiroshima China Pan Bing South Korea Yoon Yong-Il India Leander Paes
Indonesia Benny Wijaya
1998 Bangkok South Korea Yoon Yong-Il Japan Satoshi Iwabuchi India Srinath Prahlad
India Mahesh Bhupathi
2002 Busan Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan South Korea Lee Hyung-Taik Uzbekistan Oleg Ogorodov
Japan Takao Suzuki
2006 Doha Thailand Danai Udomchoke South Korea Lee Hyung-Taik Philippines Cecil Mamiit
Japan Go Soeda
2010 Guangzhou India Somdev Devvarman Uzbekistan Denis Istomin Japan Tatsuma Ito
Japan Go Soeda

Doubles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Tokyo Philippines Felicisimo Ampon
and Reymundo Deyro
Philippines Miguel Dungo
and Juan Maria Jose
Dominion of Ceylon Rupert Ferdinands
and Bernard Pinto
1962 Jakarta Japan Michio Fujii
and Atsushi Miyagi
Philippines Reymundo Deyro
and Juan Maria Jose
Dominion of Ceylon Bernard Pinto
and Raja Praesody
Philippines Miguel Dungo
and Guillermo Hernandez
1966 Bangkok Japan Osamu Ichiguro
and Koji Watanabe
South Vietnam Luu Hoang Duc
and Vo Van Bay
Thailand Netra Gramatica
and Suteraphun Koralak
India Venka Dhawan
and Misra
1974 Tehran Japan Kazumasa Hirai
and Toshiro Sakai
Iran Kambiz Derafshi Javan
and Ali Madani
Japan Ryoichi Mori
and N. Uehara
1978 Bangkok Indonesia Hadiman Hadiman
and Justedjo Tarik
China Hsu Meilin
and Ku Minghua
India Shyam Minotra
and Chiradip Mukerjea
Thailand Pichet Boratisa
and Charuek Hengrasmee
1982 New Delhi South Korea Kim Choon-Ho
and Lee Woo-Ryong
South Korea Jeon Yeong-Dae
and Song Dong-Wook
China Liu Shuhua
and Ma Keqin
1986 Seoul South Korea Kim Bong-Soo
and Yoo Jin-Sun
China Liu Shuhua
and Ma Keqin
Indonesia Sulistyono
and Donald Wailan-Walalangi
1990 Beijing China Meng Qianghua
and Xia Jiaping
China Liu Shuhua
and Pan Bing
Indonesia Daniel Heryanto
and Bonit Wiryawan
South Korea Lee Jin-Ho
and Ji Seung-Ho
1994 Hiroshima India Guarav Natekar
and Leander Paes
South Korea Chang Eui-Jong
and Kim Chi-Wan
Indonesia Donny Susetyo
and Teddy Tandjung
China Pan Bing
and Xia Jiaping
1998 Bangkok Thailand Paradorn Srichaphan
and Narathorn Srichaphan
South Korea Lee Hyung-Taik
and Yoon Yong-Il
Chinese Taipei Chen Chih-Jung
and Lin Bing-Chao
Japan Michihisa Onoda
and Takahiro Terachi
2002 Busan India Mahesh Bhupathi
and Leander Paes
South Korea Chung Hee-Seok
and Lee Hyung-Taik
India Mustafa Ghouse
and Vishal Uppal
South Korea Kim Dong-Hyun
and Kwon Oh-Hee
2006 Doha India Mahesh Bhupathi
and Leander Paes
Thailand Sonchat Ratiwatana
and Sanchai Ratiwatana
South Korea Jun Woong-Sun
and Kim Sun-Young
Philippines Cecil Mamiit
and Frederick Taino
2010 Guangzhou India Somdev Devvarman
Sanam Singh
China Gong Mao-xin
Li Zhe
South Korea Jae Cho-soong
Kim Hyun Joon
Chinese Taipei Yi Chu-huan
Lee Hsin-han

Team[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Tokyo Event not held
1962 Jakarta  Japan  Philippines  Indonesia
1966 Bangkok  Japan  Thailand  Philippines
 Iran
1974 Tehran  Japan  China  Pakistan
1978 Bangkok  Indonesia  Pakistan  China
1982 New Delhi  Indonesia  India  China
1986 Seoul  South Korea  China  Thailand
1990 Beijing  China  South Korea  India
 Indonesia
1994 Hiroshima  India  Indonesia  Japan
 Malaysia
1998 Bangkok  South Korea  Japan  India
 Uzbekistan
2002 Busan  Japan  South Korea  Indonesia
 Uzbekistan
2006 Doha  South Korea  Japan  Chinese Taipei
 Thailand
2010 Guangzhou  Chinese Taipei  Uzbekistan  India
 Japan

Women[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Tokyo Japan Sachika Kamo Philippines Desideria Ampon Taiwan Liu Shang-Ku
1962 Jakarta Japan Akiko Fukui Japan Reiko Miyagi Philippines Desideria Ampon
Philippines Patricia Yngayo
1966 Bangkok Indonesia Lany Kaligis Japan Kazuko Kuromatsu Indonesia Lita Liem Sugiarto
Thailand Phanow Sudsawasdi
1974 Tehran Indonesia Lita Liem Sugiarto Israel Paulina Pesahov Indonesia Lany Kaligis
1978 Bangkok South Korea Lee Duk-hee China Chen Chuan Japan Kiyoko Nomura
Japan Sonoe Yonezawa
1982 New Delhi Japan Etsuko Inoue South Korea Kim Soo-Ok China Yu Liqiao
1986 Seoul China Li Xinyi South Korea Lee Jeong-Soon South Korea Kim Soo-Ok
1990 Beijing Japan Akiko Kijimuta China Chen Li South Korea Park Mal-Sim
South Korea Kim Il-Soon
1994 Hiroshima Japan Kimiko Date Japan Naoko Sawamatsu Indonesia Yayuk Basuki
China Chen Li
1998 Bangkok Indonesia Yayuk Basuki Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn China Li Fang
China Yi Jingqian
2002 Busan Uzbekistan Iroda Tulyaganova Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn Japan Shinobu Asagoe
South Korea Cho Yoon-Jeong
2006 Doha China Zheng Jie India Sania Mirza China Li Na
Japan Aiko Nakamura
2010 Guangzhou China Peng Shuai Uzbekistan Akgul Amanmuradova Japan Kimiko Date-Krumm
India Sania Mirza

Doubles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Tokyo Japan Sachika Kamo
and Reiko Miyagi
Philippines Desideria Ampon
and Patricia Yngayo
Federation of Malaya Gladys Loke Chua
and Katherine Leong
1962 Jakarta Japan Akiko Fukui
and Reiko Miyagi
Dominion of Ceylon Ranjani Jayasurya
Hong Kong Tsui Yuen Yuen
Philippines Desideria Ampon
and Patricia Yngayo
Indonesia Mien Suhadi
and Jooce Suwarimbo
1966 Bangkok Indonesia Lany Kaligis
and Lita Liem Sugiarto
Philippines Desideria Ampon
and Patricia Yngayo
Dominion of Ceylon Ranjani Jayasurya
and Wendy Molligodde
South Korea Park Jong-Bok
and Yang Jeong-Soon
1974 Tehran Japan Toshiko Sade
and Kayoko Fukuoka
South Korea Lee Duk-hee
and Lee Soon-Oh
Japan Hideko Goto
and Kimiyo Yagahara
1978 Bangkok South Korea Lee Duk-hee
and Yang Jeong-Soon
Japan Kimiyo Hatanaka
and Kiyoko Nomura
Thailand Suthasini Sirikaya
and Sirikanya Hoonsiri
China Chen Chuan
and Yu Liqiao
1982 New Delhi South Korea Kim Nam-Sook
and Shin Soon-Ho
Japan Kazuko Ito
and Junko Kimura
Japan Etsuko Inoue
and Masako Yanagi
1986 Seoul Indonesia Suzanna Wibowo
and Yayuk Basuki
South Korea Kim Il-Soon
and Lee Jeong-Soon
South Korea Park Yang-Ja
and Shin Soon-Ho
1990 Beijing Indonesia Yayuk Basuki
and Suzanna Wibowo
South Korea Kim Il-Soon
and Lee Jeong-Myung
Indonesia Irawati Moerid
and Lukky Tedjamukti
Japan Akiko Kijimuta
and Nana Miyagi
1994 Hiroshima Japan Kyoko Nagatsuka
and Ai Sugiyama
China Chen Li
and Li Fang
South Korea Choi Ju-Yeon
and Park Sung-Hee
Japan Mana Endo
and Nana Miyagi
1998 Bangkok China Chen Li
and Li Fang
South Korea Cho Yoon-Jeong
and Park Sung-Hee
Japan Rika Hiriaki
and Nana Miyagi
China Yi Jingqian
and Li Li
2002 Busan South Korea Choi Young-Ja
and Kim Mi-Ok
Indonesia Wynne Prakusya
and Angelique Widjaja
Japan Miho Saeki
and Yuka Yoshida
Japan Akiko Morigami
and Saori Obata
2006 Doha China Yan Zi
and Zheng Jie
Chinese Taipei Chan Yung-Jan
and Chuang Chia-Jung
Japan Ryoko Fuda
and Tomoko Yonemura
China Li Ting
and Sun Tiantian
2010 Guangzhou China Yan Zi
and Zheng Jie
Chinese Taipei Chan Yung-Jan
and Chuang Chia-Jung
Japan Ryoko Fuda
and Tomoko Yonemura
China Li Ting
and Sun Tiantian

Team[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Tokyo Event not held
1962 Jakarta  Japan  Indonesia  Philippines
1966 Bangkok  Indonesia  Japan  Philippines
 Ceylon
1974 Tehran  South Korea  China  Japan
1978 Bangkok  Japan  South Korea  Indonesia
1982 New Delhi  South Korea  China  Japan
1986 Seoul  China  South Korea  Indonesia
1990 Beijing  Japan  Indonesia  China
 South Korea
1994 Hiroshima  Japan  Indonesia  China
 Chinese Taipei
1998 Bangkok  Chinese Taipei  China  Indonesia
 Japan
2002 Busan  Indonesia  Japan  Chinese Taipei
 South Korea
2006 Doha  Chinese Taipei  India  Japan
 Uzbekistan
2010 Guangzhou  China  Chinese Taipei  Japan
 Thailand

Mixed[edit]

Doubles[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1958 Tokyo Japan Reiko Miyagi
and Yoshihisa Shibata
Philippines Patricia Yngayo
and Miguel Dungo
Philippines Desideria Ampon
and Felicisimo Ampon
1962 Jakarta Japan Akiko Fukui
and Koji Watanabe
Japan Reiko Miyagi
and Michio Fujii
Philippines Desideria Ampon
and Miguel Dungo
Indonesia Jooce Suwarimbo
and Sofyan Mudjirat
1966 Bangkok Japan Reiko Miyagi
and Koji Watanabe
Philippines Patricia Yngayo
and Federico Deyro
Indonesia Lany Kaligis
and Soen Houw Goto
Indonesia Lita Liem Sugiarto
and Sutarjo Sugiarto
1974 Tehran Israel Paulina Pesahov
and Yair Wertheimer
China Chang J.H.
and Hsu Meilin
Japan Kimiyo Yagahara
and Ryoichi Mori
1978 Bangkok Thailand Suthasini Sirikaya
and Charuek Hengrasmee
Japan Matsuko Matsushima
and Etsuo Uchiyama
Indonesia Ayi Sutarno
and Hadiman Hadiman
Japan Kimiyo Hatanaka
and Shigeyuki Nishio
1982 New Delhi South Korea Shin Soon-Ho
and Kim Choon-Ho
Japan Etsuko Inoue
and Ichiro Nakanishi
Japan Masako Yanagi
and Yoshitomo Ohnishi
1986 Seoul South Korea Lee Jeong-Soon
and Yoo Jin-Sun
China Zhong Ni
and You Wei
Indonesia Suzanna Wibowo
and Tintus Wibowo
1990 Beijing Indonesia Yayuk Basuki
and Hary Suharyadi
South Korea Kim Il-Soon
and Yoo Jin-Sun
Indonesia Suzanna Wibowo
and Bonit Wiryawan
Thailand Orawan Thampensri
and Vittaya Samrej
1994 Hiroshima China Li Fang
and Xia Jia-ping
Japan Nana Miyagi
and Ryuso Tsujino
Japan Kyoko Nagatsuka
and Gouichi Motomura
South Korea Choi Ju-Yeon
and Chang Eui-Jong
1998 Bangkok Japan Nana Miyagi
and Satoshi Iwabuchi
South Korea Choi Ju-Yeon
and Kim Dong-Hyun
China Li Fang
and Li Si
India Nirupama Vaidyanathan
and Mahesh Bhupathi
2002 Busan Chinese Taipei Janet Lee
and Lu Yen-hsun
India Manisha Malhotra
and Mahesh Bhupathi
India Sania Mirza
and Leander Paes
Uzbekistan Iroda Tulyaganova
and Oleg Ogorodov
2006 Doha India Sania Mirza
and Leander Paes
Japan Akiko Morigami
and Satoshi Iwabuchi
China Sun Tiantian
and Yu Xinyuan
Chinese Taipei Hsieh Su-wei
and Lu Yen-hsun
2010 Guangzhou Chinese Taipei Chan Yung-jan
and Yang Tsung-hua
India Sania Mirza
and Vishnu Vardhan
Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn
and Sanchai Ratiwatana
Japan Yurika Sema
and Hiroki Kondo

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