General Carl Gunnar Emanuel (Gunnar)
Setterwall
Male
Sweden
1881-08-18
Stockholm, Sweden
1928-02-26
Stockholm, Sweden


About

was a Swedish tennis player who won four Olympic medals. In 1908 he won a bronze in the men's indoor doubles, alongside Wollmar Boström. Four years later he won three more medals. In the mixed doubles (with Sigrid Fick) and indoor doubles (with Carl Kempe) tournament he reached the final but lost both times. Sigrid Fick was also his partner in the mixed indoor event and together they won a bronze medal.[1]

Setterwall's father, also named Carl, was a multimillionaire controlling much of iron works during the railway's development in Scandinavia. His son followed in his steps, eventually taking over the family firm.[2]



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Archive statistics 1900 - 1913
14
51
36


Tournament wins 1912 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1911 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1910 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1908 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1908 - Swedish National Championships (Open)
1907 - Swedish International Covered Courts Championships (ATP)
1907 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1906 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1906 - Swedish International Covered Courts Championships (ATP)
1904 - Swedish National Championships (Open)
1904 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1902 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1901 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)
1900 - Swedish National Covered Courts Championships (Amateur)


Tournaments World Covered Court Championships - 1913 Olympics, Olympic Games - 1912 Olympics Indoor - 1912 Swedish National Covered Courts Championships - 1910 Swedish International Covered Courts Championships - 1908 Olympics Indoor - 1908 Swedish National Covered Courts Championships - 1908 Swedish International Covered Courts Championships - 1907 Swedish International Covered Courts Championships - 1906 European Championship - 1904 Swedish International Covered Courts Championships - 1904 Särö - 1903 Austrian International Championships - 1902 Championships of Berlin - 1902 Swedish International Covered Courts Championships - 1902 Danish International Championhips - 1902 Swedish National Covered Courts Championships - 1902 Championships of Berlin - 1901 Swedish International Covered Courts Championships - 1901 Swedish National Covered Courts Championships - 1901 Swedish International Covered Courts Championships - 1900 Swedish National Covered Courts Championships - 1900

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