Charles WENNERGREN

Suède SWE

Tennis

  • Participations
    2
  • Première participation
    Stockholm 1912
  • Année de naissance
    1889
Résultats olympiques

Biographie

Charles WENNERGREN

Charles Wennergren played seven tennis events at the 1912 and 1924 Olympics, competing both in- and outdoors in 1912. He won no medals but reached the quarter-finals of men’s doubles both years. Wennergren won his first Swedish singles title in 1911 and eventually won that title six times, the last in 1926. He played one tie in Davis Cup for Sweden in 1928, losing his only match. He played for the Linköping Lawn Tennis Klubben.

Wennergren worked as a tax affairs chairman, and land assessor at the Länsstyrelse from 1916, and he primarily supervised the management of bank savings. His son, Bertil, later became a Swedish Parliamentary Ombudsman and Justice of the Swedish Supreme Administrative Court.

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Paris 1924

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Singles
Singles Tennis
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Doubles
Doubles Tennis
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Doubles
Doubles Tennis
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Résultats Événement Sport

Stockholm 1912

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Singles
Singles Tennis
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Doubles
Doubles Tennis
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Singles, Covered Courts
Singles, Covered Courts Tennis
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Doubles, Covered Courts
Doubles, Covered Courts Tennis