Maurice Ferrier

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameMaurice•Ferrier
Used nameMaurice•Ferrier
Born8 November 1901 in Genève (Geneva), Genève (SUI)
Died9 September 1973 in Genève (Geneva), Genève (SUI)
NOC Switzerland


Maurice Ferrier played singles and doubles at the 1924 Paris Olympics. He played at Wimbledon twice, losing in round two of singles and doubles in 1925 and in round one of singles and doubles in 1930. Ferrier lost in the final of the 1930 Swiss Championship to Charles Aeschlimann. He played at the 1922 World Hard Court Championship and was a quarter-finalist at the 1921 Côte d’Azur event.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1924 Summer Olympics Tennis SUI Maurice Ferrier
Singles, Men (Olympic) =33
Doubles, Men (Olympic) Charly Aeschlimann =16