No, not out of the box. This wouldn't be too hard to implement yourself though, as you'd simply need to hold-off the single tap event and fire it when the double tap gesture recognizer fails (there' a state transition event you can register to on the GestureRecognizer class).
However, this raises some design issue because there's no good way of doing this AND having responsive single taps at the same time. The double tap gesture will generally fail by timing out while waiting for the second tap to land, and that involves a certain delay. This might be non-negligible depending on your context. If you don't care so much about having super responsive taps though, that could probably work well enough.