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Ali Athar Fyzee

Full name: Ali Athar Hassan Ally Fyzee
Gender: Male
Born: August 28, 1883 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Died: November 3, 1963 in London, Greater London, Great Britain
Country: IND India
Sport: Tennis


Athar Ali Fyzee was a medical doctor who trained and practiced in London, giving him ample opportunity to play on the continent. Fyzee played at Wimbledon 11 times between 1910-33, with a best finish in singles of round three in 1926. He also played at Roland Garros in 1925-27, 1929 and 1934, making the round of 16 in 1925 where he lost to [René Lacoste]. Fyzee played Davis Cup for India in four ties between 1921-25, winning four of seven matches. His brother, Ali Azhar Fyzee, also played Davis Cup for India, and at Wimbledon, and they frequently played doubles together.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1924 Summer 40 Paris Tennis Men's Singles India IND 33T

Men's Singles

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result SW
1924 Summer 40 Paris Tennis India IND Round Two Match #19 2 Zerlentis (GRE) 3, Fyzee (IND) 2 2
1924 Summer 40 Paris Tennis India IND Round One Match #52 1 1924-07-13 Fyzee (IND) 3, Langaard (NOR) 0 3
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