Arne Grahn won 43 Finnish titles in tennis, in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles between 1920-47. He then won 14 Finnish titles in masters and veterans classes. From 1933-35 and 1953-56 Grahn served as chairman of the Finnish Tennis Association. He founded Finlandâs first tennis center, the Westend Tennis Institute, in 1935. Grahn received the Finnish Golden Cross of Merit for his efforts. His wife, Anna-Greta Wasenius Grahn, was a Finnish tennis champion in veterans mixed doubles, and their son, Patrik Rolf Gustav Grahn, played tennis at the national level in Finland.
|1924 Summer||22||Paris||Tennis||Men's Singles||Finland||FIN||61T|
|1924 Summer||22||Paris||Tennis||Men's Doubles||Finland-1||FIN||16T|
|1924 Summer||22||Paris||Tennis||Finland||FIN||Round One||Match #48||2||1924-07-13||Hunter (USA) 3, Grahn (FIN) 0||0|
|1924 Summer||22||Paris||Tennis||Finland-1||FIN||Esse Schybergson||Round Two||Match #15||2||ARG-1 3, FIN-1 0||0|
|1924 Summer||22||Paris||Tennis||Finland-1||FIN||Esse Schybergson||Round One||Match #15||AC||1924-07-14||FIN-1 bye|