Full name: Georgios Skouzes
Original name: ÎÎµÏÏÎ³Î¹Î¿Ï Î£ÎºÎ¿Ï Î¶ÎµÏ
Born: January 24, 1891 in Athens, Attiki, Greece
Died: July 25, 1973 in Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland
Georgios Skouzes played only doubles at the 1906 Athina Olympics. He was paired with [Ioannis Ketseas], who was one of the founders of the International Olympic Academy and a future IOC Member. The pair had a bye in round one and then lost in straight sets in round two. Skouzes was a banker who was descended from a prominent Athenian family. His father, Alexander, was a member of the Greek Parliament and Minister for Foreign Affairs (1895-97, 1902, 1904-07).
|1906 Summer||15||Athina||Tennis||Men's Doubles||Greece-3||GRE||5T|
|1906 Summer||15||Athina||Tennis||Greece-3||GRE||Ioannis Ketseas||Quarter-Finals||Match #4||2||GRE-2 2, GRE-3 0||0|
|1906 Summer||15||Athina||Tennis||Greece-3||GRE||Ioannis Ketseas||Round One||Match #7||AC||GRE-3 bye|