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Pierre Albarran

Full name: Pierre Albarran
Gender: Male
Born: May 18, 1893 in Chaville, Hauts-de-Seine, France
Died: February 24, 1960 in Paris, Paris, France
Country: FRA France
Sport: Tennis

Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)

Biography

Pierre Albarran was not considered at the top tier of French tennis players in 1920, but he did play on the 1921 Davis Cup team for France. He was became much better known as a contract bridge player. At that game, he was French champion 19 times and played in 32 international matches for France. For many years, he organized and directed the annual bridge tournament held in Monte Carlo, and placed 2nd in the event in 1955. He was a columnist on bridge for several French newspapers and authored several books on bridge.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1920 Summer 26 Antwerpen Tennis Men's Doubles France-3 FRA 3 Bronze

Men's Doubles

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Partner Phase Unit Rank Date Result SW
1920 Summer 26 Antwerpen Tennis France-3 FRA Max Décugis Final Round Match 3/4 AC FRA-3 walkover
1920 Summer 26 Antwerpen Tennis France-3 FRA Max Décugis Semi-Finals Match #2 2 GBR-2 3, FRA-3 1 1
1920 Summer 26 Antwerpen Tennis France-3 FRA Max Décugis Quarter-Finals Match #3 1 FRA-3 3, RSA-2 1 3
1920 Summer 26 Antwerpen Tennis France-3 FRA Max Décugis Round Two Match #6 1 FRA-3 3, ESP-1 1 3