|Full name||André Maurice Henri Gobert|
30 September 1890|
6 December 1951 (aged 61)|
|Turned pro||1909 (amateur tour)</td></tr>|
|Plays||Left-handed (one-handed backhand)</td></tr>|
|Highest ranking||No. 3 (1919, A. Wallis Myers)</td></tr>|
|Grand Slam Singles results</tr>|
|French Open||QF (1925)</td></tr>|
|WHCC||F (1913, 1920)</td></tr>|
|Olympic Games||20px Gold Medal (1912)</td></tr>|
|Grand Slam Doubles results</tr>|
|Other doubles tournaments</td></tr>|
André Henri Gobert (30 September 1890 – 6 December 1951) was a male tennis player from France. Gobert is a double Olympic tennis champion of 1912. At the Stockholm Games he won both the men's singles and doubles indoor Gold medals.
He was born and died in Paris.
Gobert first started playing tennis at age eleven.
He was a 2-time winner of the French Championships in 1911 and 1920, when the tournament was only open to amateur tennis players who had a membership with a French tennis club. He also won the International Lawn Tennis Federation's World Covered Court Championship (Indoor Wood) in 1919. Also twice runner-up at the World Hard Court Championships on Clay (1913 & 1920). He won the indoor tennis Gold medal at the 1912 Olympic Games.
He won the singles title at the British Covered Court Championships, played at the Queen's Club in London, five times; in 1911, 1912, 1920, 1921 and 1922. In 1910 he won the All England Plate at Wimbledon, the competition for players who were defeated in the first and second rounds of the singles competition.
Grand Slam finals