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Otto von Müller

Full name: Otto von Müller
Gender: Male
Born: October 17, 1875 in Jülich, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Died: April 2, 1976 in Fürstenfeldbruck, Bayern, Germany
Affiliations: LTTC Rot-Weiß, Berlin (GER)
Country: GER Germany
Sport: Tennis

Biography

Otto von Müller, captain in the 1st Guard Regiment by Feet, competed in singles and doubles at the 1912 Olympics, making the quarter-finals of the singles. In the absence of [Otto Froitzheim], von Müller was 1912 German Champion in singles, and won the 1908 and 1910 German title in doubles, playing with [Heinrich Schomburgk]. Schomburgk was also his doubles partner in Stockholm. In the rank of Major, von Müller served as aide-de-camp to the German Crown Prince in World War I. As a military man, he used the pseudonym Otto in tournaments.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Men's Singles Germany GER 5T
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Men's Doubles Germany-1 GER 9T

Men's Singles

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result SW
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Germany GER Quarter-Finals Match #2 2 1912-07-03 Žemla (BOH) 3, von Müller (GER) 0 0
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Germany GER Round Four Match #3 1 1912-07-01 von Müller (GER) 3, von Kehrling (HUN) 0 3
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Germany GER Round Three Match #6 1 1912-06-30 von Müller (GER) 3, von Zsigmondy (HUN) 0 3
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Germany GER Round Two Match #12 1 1912-06-30 von Müller (GER) 3, Frederiksen (DEN) 0 3

Men's Doubles

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Partner Phase Unit Rank Date Result SW
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Germany-1 GER Heinrich Schomburgk Round Two Match #1 2 1912-07-01 FRA 3, GER-1 1 1
1912 Summer 36 Stockholm Tennis Germany-1 GER Heinrich Schomburgk Round One Match #2 1 1912-06-30 GER-1 3, HUN-2 0 3
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