André Prévost (tennis)

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André Prévost
Born(1860-03-26)26 March 1860
Rheims, France
Died15 February 1919(1919-02-15) (aged 58)
Paris, France

André Prévost (26 March 1860 – 15 February 1919) was, a tennis player competing for France. He finished runner-up to Paul Aymé in the singles event of the Amateur French Championships in 1900. [1] Prévost also competed in the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, where he and Georges de la Chapelle shared the bronze medal with Harold Mahony and Arthur Norris in the men's doubles event. [2] His daughter Hélène won silver in the women's singles. [3]

Paul Aymé was a French male tennis player

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Grand Slam finals

Singles: 1 (0–1)

OutcomeYearChampionshipSurfaceOpponent in the finalScore in the final
Runner-up 1900 French Championships Clay (Red) Flag of France.svg Paul Aymé 6–3, 6–0

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