Full name: Xenofon Kasdaglis
Original name: Ξενοφών Κάσδαγλης
Other name(s): Xenophon Casdagli
Born: February 27, 1880 in Alexandria, Al-Iskanderiya, Egypt
Died: May 2, 1943 in Salford, Greater Manchester, Great Britain
Affiliations: Ifitos Kairou, Al-Qahira (EGY) / Kersal Tennis Club, Salford (GBR)
Related Olympians: Brother of Dimitrios Kasdaglis.
Medals: 1 Silver, 1 Bronze (2 Total)
Born in Egypt Kasdagli moved to England, where his father set up trade as a cotton merchant, at an early age. Educated in England and France it was whilst studying in Paris that he partnered Vacherot to a French national doubles title in 1898. Kasdaglis, whose name was anglicized as Casdagli, won three North of England doubles titles and was twice a singles finalist at the same event. He also partnered Charlotte Cooper to victory in the All-England mixed doubles championships in 1907, before the event became part of the official Wimbledon program. Kasdaglis became a British citizen before 1901 although it is possible that he also held Greek citizenship.