Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Queen's Club, West Kensington
Date Started: May 6, 1908
Date Finished: May 11, 1908
Format: Single-elimination tournament.
|Gold:||Arthur Wentworth Gore|
There were only six players who ended up competing in this event, but it was significant in that the top singles player was one of them, Arthur "Wentworth" Gore. He survived a very difficult semi-final against Josiah Ritchie, who would win the Olympic lawn tennis outdoors later in the year, and then won easily in the final, winning in three sets over George Caridia, representing Britain although he was of Greek origin (né Georgios Karidias).
|1||Arthur Wentworth Gore||40||Great Britain||GBR||Gold|
|2||George Caridia||39||Great Britain||GBR||Silver|
|3||Josiah Ritchie||37||Great Britain||GBR||Bronze|
|4||Wilberforce Eaves||40||Great Britain||GBR|
|7||Lionel Escombe||Great Britain||GBR|