© Steven Paston - PA Images - Getty Images Cori "Coco" Gauff, 17, qualified for the Tokyo Olympics in the singles competition in tennis—the youngest athlete to represent the sport since 2000.
Zaza is the youngest table tennis player at the Olympics ever - and the youngest Olympian in any sport since 1992. On her day of competition she was exactly 12 years and 204 days old. Quan Hongchan, 14 - China - Diving
Tokyo’s youngest Olympian, Hend Zaza, carries Syrian flag in Opening Ceremony. At just 12 years old, Syrian table tennis player Hend Zaza is the youngest competitor at the Tokyo Olympics. According to Olympedia.org, Zaza is in line to become the youngest Olympian since 11-year-old Carlos Front competed in rowing at the 1980 Moscow Games.
Gauff is set to become the youngest Olympic tennis player since 2000, when Mario Ancic competed at 16 and Jelena Dokic at 17, according to Olympedia.org. She would be the second-youngest U.S ...
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Emma Raducanu won the title in 2021 after defeating Leylah Fernandez in the final. The US Open 2021 has reached it’s final stage. Young sensation Emma Raducanu won the women’s singles title, while World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will face Russia’s Daniil Medvedev in the men’s singles finals. Djokovic has been in terrific form at the ongoing US Open and is the favourite to win the title.
When she made her debut on July 24 in her preliminary match, Zaza was exactly 12 years and 204 days old, the youngest ever table tennis Olympian. Her opponent on her Olympic debut -- which the ...
The youngest table tennis player in Olympics history is out of the Tokyo Games. Hend Zaza of Syria lost in straight sets to Liu Jia, a 39-year-old from Austria, in a preliminary match Saturday.
12-year-old table tennis player Hend Zaza is the youngest competitor at the Tokyo Olympics.