The men's doubles event at the 1992 Summer Olympics as part of the tennis program was held at the Vall d'Hebron complex on Montjuïc from 30 July to 7 August 1992. There were 30 pairs from 30 nations, with each nation limited to one pair. the Moroccan and Hungarian pairs did not start. The event was won by Boris Becker and Michael Stich of Germany, defeating South African team Wayne Ferreira and Piet Norval in the final. Officially, it was Germany's first medal and first victory in the event ...
The United States' Gigi Fernández and Mary Joe Fernández defeated Spain's Conchita Martínez and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario in the final, 7–5, 2–6, 6–2 to win the gold medal in Women's Doubles tennis at the 1992 Summer Olympics. The Unified Team's Leila Meskhi and Natasha Zvereva and Australia's Rachel McQuillan and Nicole Provis won the bronze medals. The tournament was held at the Vall d'Hebron complex on Montjuïc in Barcelona, Spain from 30 July to 7 August 1992. The United States ...
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Tennis at the 1992 Summer Olympics; Date: 28 July–8 August: Edition: 11: Surface: Clay (Red) Location: Tennis de la Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona: Champions; Men's Singles Marc Rosset Women's Singles Jennifer Capriati Men's Doubles Boris Becker / Michael Stich Women's Doubles Gigi Fernández / Mary Joe Fernández ←
The Men's Doubles event at the 1992 Summer Olympics as part of the tennis program was held at the Vall d'Hebron complex on Montjuïc. Seeds John Fitzgerald / Todd Woodbridge (AUS) (Second Round)
These are the results of the men's doubles competition, one of two events for male competitors in table tennis at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.  Contents
Men's doubles details Boris Becker and Michael Stich Wayne Ferreira and Piet Norval Goran Ivanišević and Goran Prpić Javier Frana and Christian Miniussi Women's doubles details Gigi Fernández and Mary Joe Fernández Conchita Martínez and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario Leila Meskhi and Natasha Zvereva
Gold. yaping deng. People's Republic of China. Silver. hong qiao. People's Republic of China. Bronze. jeong-hwa hyeon. Republic of Korea.
Jim Courier won the 1991 and 1992 French Open titles and looked forward to the 1992 Olympic games being played on clay. Courier and Pete Sampras won the Italian Open as a doubles tandem early in their careers and the US fielded a team of the #1 and #3 singles players in the world for the doubles event.