|Date||8 – 11 April 1896|
|Location||Podilatodromio Neou Falirou, Peiraias / Homilos Antisfairiseos Athinon, Athina|
|Participants||10 from 4 countries|
Fritz Traun was supposed to enter the tennis doubles with a partner whose name has not survived, but who withdrew from an injury. He then competed with John Pius Boland, who had defeated him in the singles, and they won the championship. No records of any of the match results, other than the final, exist.
Traun was a good German athlete, but primarily as a runner. Between 1893 and 1894 he set several German records at distances from 880 yards up to 2 miles. He competed in the 100 metres and 800 metres in Athens but did not qualify for the finals.
|1||–||John Pius Boland (GBR) / Fritz Traun (GER)||MIX||Gold|
|2||–||Demetrius Casdagli / Dimitrios Petrokokkinos||GRE||Silver|
|3||–||Teddy Flack (AUS) / George Stuart Robertson (GBR)||MIX||Bronze|
|=4||–||Evangelos Rallis / Konstantinos Paspatis||GRE|
|=4||–||Aristidis Akratopoulos / Kostas Akratopoulos||GRE|
|–||Fred Marshall / George Marshall||GBR|
|–||J. Defert / André Vacherot||FRA|
Winner of each match advanced to the semi-finals.
|Match #1||Teddy Flack (AUS) / George Stuart Robertson (GBR)||MIX||Fred Marshall / George Marshall||GBR||walkover|
|Match #2||Demetrius Casdagli / Dimitrios Petrokokkinos||GRE||Evangelos Rallis / Konstantinos Paspatis||GRE|
|Match #3||John Pius Boland (GBR) / Fritz Traun (GER)||MIX||Aristidis Akratopoulos / Kostas Akratopoulos||GRE|
Winner of each match advanced to the final.
|Match #1||Demetrius Casdagli / Dimitrios Petrokokkinos||GRE||Teddy Flack (AUS) / George Stuart Robertson (GBR)||MIX|
|Match #2||John Pius Boland (GBR) / Fritz Traun (GER)||MIX||bye|
|Match 1/2 1||John Pius Boland (GBR) / Fritz Traun (GER)||MIX 2||Demetrius Casdagli / Dimitrios Petrokokkinos||GRE||5-7, 6-3, 6-3|