Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Sport Society of Puteaux Island, Puteaux
Date Started: July 6, 1900
Date Finished: July 11, 1900
Format: Single-elimination tournament.
|Bronze:|| Reggie Doherty
In the men’s singles, the question was only which Doherty brother – [Reggie] or [Laurie] – would win. In fact, after winning their first round matches, they were to play each other in the semi-finals, but refused to do so, stating that they only did that in major championships, i.e., Wimbledon. Reggie withdrew in favor of his brother, and Laurie advanced to the final, where, under a bright sun, he easily defeated [Harold Mahony] (1896 Wimbledon singles champion and the 1899 European champion), three sets to love.
|1||Laurie Doherty||24||Great Britain||GBR||Gold|
|2||Harold Mahony||33||Great Britain||GBR||Silver|
|3T||Reggie Doherty||27||Great Britain||GBR||Bronze|
|3T||Arthur Norris||Great Britain||GBR||Bronze|
|5T||Spalding de Garmendia||40||United States||USA|
|5T||Archibald Warden||31||Great Britain||GBR|
|8T||Charles Voigt||31||United States||USA|
|8T||Charles Sands||34||United States||USA|