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Armand Simon

Full name: Armand Charles Simon
Gender: Male
Born: 1880 in [unknown], Unknown, France
Died: April 14, 1957 in Paris, Paris, France
Country: SUI Switzerland
Sport: Tennis

Biography

Armand Simon played singles and doubles for Switzerland at the 1920 Olympics. His only known tournament win came in 1905 at Bad Ragaz in Switzerland. He reached the semi-finals at St. Moritz in 1908, but his best result was likely a quarter-final appearance at the 1919 World Covered Court Championships. Simon also reached the quarter-finals at Bad Ragaz in 1907, in the 1913 Lausanne Autumn Meeting, and at the 1913 French-Swiss Championship, held in Montreux. He played Wimbledon in 1913, losing in the first round, and also played at the World Hard Court Championships in 1913-14, making round three in 1914.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1920 Summer Antwerpen Tennis Men's Singles Switzerland SUI 9T
1920 Summer Antwerpen Tennis Men's Doubles Switzerland SUI 9T

Men's Singles

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result SW
1920 Summer Antwerpen Tennis Switzerland SUI Round Three Match #1 2 Malmström (SWE) 3, Simon (SUI) 0 0
1920 Summer Antwerpen Tennis Switzerland SUI Round Two Match #1 1 Simon (SUI) 3, de Satrústegui (ESP) 2 3

Men's Doubles

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Partner Phase Unit Rank Date Result SW
1920 Summer Antwerpen Tennis Switzerland SUI Hans Syz Round Two Match #8 2 ITA 3, SUI 1 1
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