| Event type

Doubles, Mixed

Date28 July – 1 August 2021
LocationAriake Tennis Forest Park, Ariake, Koto, Tokyo, Japan
Participants32 from 14 countries
FormatSingle-elimination tournament.

Novak Đoković, playing in the mixed doubles for the first time at the Olympics, started with a 6-3, 6-4 win for him and partner Nina Stojanović. However, the top seeds Kristina Mladenovic and Nicolas Mahut went out in the first round.

Đoković and Stojanović reached the semi-final with a super-quick 6-1, 6-2 victory while Ash Barty and John Peers required a match tie-break to progress from their quarter-final match.

In the first semi-final, Barty and Peers were again involved in a match tie-break but lost 13-11 to Anastasiya Pavlyuchenkova and Andrey Rublyov. The other semi-final saw Novak Đoković’s hopes of that elusive gold medal dashed when he and Stojanović were beaten by the unseeded Yelena Vesnina and Aslan Karatsev to set up an all-ROC final.

Đoković pulled out of the bronze medal match with a shoulder injury, and Barty and Peers won bronze on a walkover.

In a close final, Pavlyuchenkova and Rublyov edged out compatriots Vesnina and Karatsev in a thrilling third set match tie-break, 13-11. It was the ROC’s third tennis medal of the Games, making them the leading nation. For Vesnina, defeat was a big disappointment because she celebrated her 35th birthday on the day of the final. However, it was her second Olympic medal to go with the gold she won in the mixed doubles at the 2016 Rio Games.

1Anastasiya Pavlyuchenkova / Andrey RublyovROCGold
2Yelena Vesnina / Aslan KaratsevROCSilver
3Ash Barty / John PeersAUSBronze
4Nina Stojanović / Novak ĐokovićSRB
=5Iga Świątek / Łukasz KubotPOL
=5Laura Siegemund / Kevin KrawietzGER
=5Ena Shibahara / Ben McLachlanJPN
=5Maria Sakkari / Stefanos TsitsipasGRE
=9Kristina Mladenovic / Nicolas MahutFRA
=9Fiona Ferro / Pierre-Hugues HerbertFRA
=9Bethanie Mattek-Sands / Rajeev RamUSA
=9Luísa Stefani / Marcelo MeloBRA
=9Yaroslava Shvedova / Andrey GolubevKAZ
=9Darija Jurak / Ivan DodigCRO
=9Nadia Podoroska / Horacio ZeballosARG
=9Gaby Dabrowski / Félix Auger-AliassimeCAN

Round One

Date28 July 2021
FormatWinners advanced to quarter-finals.
MatchDate/TimePair (Seed)NOCResultPair (Seed)NOC
Match #128 JulVesnina / KaratsevROC6-4, 6-2Mladenovic / MahutFRA
Match #228 JulŚwiątek / KubotPOL6-3, 7-6 (7-3)Ferro / HerbertFRA
Match #328 JulSiegemund / KrawietzGER6-4, 5-7, 10-8Mattek-Sands / RamUSA
Match #428 JulStojanović / ĐokovićSRB6-3, 6-4Stefani / MeloBRA
Match #528 JulShibahara / McLachlanJPN6-3, 7-6 (7-3)Shvedova / GolubevKAZ
Match #628 JulPavlyuchenkova / RublyovROC5-7, 6-4, 11-9Jurak / DodigCRO
Match #728 JulBarty / PeersAUS6-1, 7-6 (7-3)Podoroska / ZeballosARG
Match #828 JulSakkari / TsitsipasGRE6-3, 6-4Dabrowski / Auger-AliassimeCAN


Date29 July 2021
FormatWinners advanced to semi-finals.
MatchDate/TimePair (Seed)NOCResultPair (Seed)NOC
Match #129 JulVesnina / KaratsevROC6-4, 6-4Świątek / KubotPOL
Match #229 JulStojanović / ĐokovićSRB6-1, 6-2Siegemund / KrawietzGER
Match #329 JulPavlyuchenkova / RublyovROC7-5, 6-7 (0-7), 10-8Shibahara / McLachlanJPN
Match #429 JulBarty / PeersAUS6-4, 4-6, 10-6Sakkari / TsitsipasGRE


Date30 July 2021
FormatWinners advanced to final round.
MatchDate/TimePair (Seed)NOCResultPair (Seed)NOC
Match #130 JulVesnina / KaratsevROC7-6 (7-4), 7-5Stojanović / ĐokovićSRB
Match #230 JulPavlyuchenkova / RublyovROC5-7, 6-4, 13-11Barty / PeersAUS

Final Round

Date31 July – 1 August 2021
MatchDate/TimePair (Seed)NOCResultPair (Seed)NOC
Match 1/201 AugPavlyuchenkova / RublyovROC6-3, 6-7 (5-7), 13-11Vesnina / KaratsevROC
Match 3/431 JulBarty / PeersAUSStojanović / ĐokovićSRBwalkover