you r partially wrong.
OG as a "whole" are the most important event in sports, and even for many sports such as basquetball, gimnastics, athletics and else is the biggest achievement. But there are sports that OG are a minor achievement and tennis is one of them, no wonder that Massu and Gonzalez got many medals (included gold) while in the atp couldnt achieve not even a M1000, most of top tennis players dont care the OG and if they go there, go specially to enojoy the spirit of olympic games.
Take a look at football, they not even play with professional players, do you think they care more OG than FIFA World Cup?
You're looking at this the wrong way. Olympics aren't about tennis or a specific sport. It's about representing your country and getting the biggest prize in all of sports.
Massu shouldn't be inducted to the Hall of Fame just because he won the Olympics. Olympics aren't that relevant in determining greatness in tennis because it's a tournament that doesn't have much tradition as far as tennis is concerned.
But wanting to win the Olympics goes way beyond your ambitions as a tennis player. I'm not surprised at all Rafa and Nole have claimed they want to win the Olympics above all. People make the mistake of thinking that just because their tards are constantly obsessing about crap like legacy, GOAT and nonsense of the same kind, they do too.
Winning the Olympics goes way beyond such trivial matters. Massu would never change his gold medal with a Slam. Olympic gold medal >>>>>>>> any prize available in tennis.
And BTW, Messi was incredibly happy when he won the Olympics with Argentina. Guardiola still describes the Olympics as the best experience of his football career. They are a special experience regardless of the sport.