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Tennis at the Pan American Games

Tennis has been an event at the Pan American Games since the first edition in 1951, with the exception of 1971.[1]

Currently, singles and doubles events for both men and women are contested. Mixed doubles was contested until 1995, and a team event was held in 1991 and 1995.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Current events 1.1
      • Men's singles 1.1.1
      • Men's doubles 1.1.2
      • Women's singles 1.1.3
      • Women's doubles 1.1.4
      • Mixed doubles 1.1.5
    • Discontinued events 1.2
      • Men's team 1.2.1
      • Women's team 1.2.2
  • Resources 2
  • References 3

Results

Current events

Men's singles

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires  Enrique Morea (ARG)  Alejo Russell (ARG) Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
1955 Mexico City  Arthur Larsen (USA)  Enrique Morea (ARG)  Luis Ayala (CHI)
1959 Chicago  Luis Ayala (CHI) Robert Bedard (CAN)  John Douglas (USA)
1963 São Paulo  Ronald Barnes (BRA) Mario Llamas (MEX) Francisco Contreras (MEX)
1967 Winnipeg  Thomas Koch (BRA)  Herbert Fitzgibbon (USA)  Arthur Ashe (USA)
1971 Cali Event not held
1975 Mexico City  Kenneth Walts (USA)  Adolfo Gonzalez (MEX)  Freddy de Jesus (PUR)
1979 San Juan  Mel Purcell (USA)  Ricardo Acuña (CHI)  Andrés Gómez (ECU)
1983 Caracas  Greg Holmes (USA)  Fernando Pérez (MEX)  Carlos Miniussi (ARG)
1987 Indianapolis  Fernando Roese (BRA)  Al Parker (USA)  Luke Jensen (USA)
1991 Havana  Luis Herrera (MEX)  David DiLucia (USA)  Marcelo Saliola (BRA)
1995 Mar del Plata  Hernán Gumy (ARG)  Javier Frana (ARG)  Jimy Szymanski (VEN)
1999 Winnipeg  Paul Goldstein (USA)  Cecil Mamiit (USA)  David Nalbandian (ARG)
 Paulo Taicher (BRA)
2003 Santo Domingo  Fernando Meligeni (BRA)  Marcelo Ríos (CHI)  José de Armas (VEN)
 Alex Kim (USA)
2007 Rio de Janeiro  Flávio Saretta (BRA)  Adrián García (CHI)  Eduardo Schwank (ARG)
2011 Guadalajara  Robert Farah (COL)  Rogério Dutra da Silva (BRA)  Víctor Estrella (DOM)

Men's doubles

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires  Enrique Morea
and Alejo Russell (ARG)
Chile Mexico
1955 Mexico City Mario Llamas
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
Argentina United States
1959 Chicago Antonio Palafox
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
Argentina United States
1963 São Paulo  Ronald Barnes
and Carlos Fernandes (BRA)
Mexico  Iarte Adam
and Thomaz Koch (BRA)
1967 Winnipeg  Thomas Koch
and José Mandarino (BRA)
Mexico Ecuador
1971 Cali event not held
1975 Mexico City  Kenneth Walts
and Bruce Manson (USA)
 Adolfo Gonzalez
and n/a  (MEX)
 João Américo Soares Júnior
and João Carlos Schimdt Filho (BRA)
1979 San Juan  Andy Kohlberg
and Mel Purcell (USA)
Chile Puerto Rico
1983 Caracas  Eric Korita
and Jon Levine (USA)
Mexico Venezuela
1987 Indianapolis  Luke Jensen
and Patrick McEnroe (USA)
Mexico Costa Rica
Guatemala
1991 Havana  Miguel Nido
and Joey Rive (PUR)
Mexico Cuba
Puerto Rico
1995 Mar del Plata  Javier Frana
and Luis Lobo (ARG)
 Juan Bianchi Pacheco
and Nicholas Pereira (VEN)
Chile
Mexico
1999 Winnipeg  André Sá
and Paulo Taicher (BRA)
 Marco Osorio Salinas
and Óscar Ortiz (MEX)
 Bob Bryan
and Mike Bryan (USA)
 Maurice Ruah
and Johny Romero (VEN)
2003 Santo Domingo  Santiago González
and Alejandro Hernández (MEX)
 Adrián García
and Marcelo Ríos (CHI)
 Cristián Villagrán
and Carlos Berlocq (ARG)
 Alex Bogomolov, Jr.
and Jeff Morrison (USA)
2007 Rio de Janeiro  Horacio Zeballos
and Eduardo Schwank (ARG)
 Adrián García
and )CHI(
 Santiago González
and Víctor Romero (MEX)
2011 Guadalajara  Juan Sebastián Cabal
and Robert Farah (COL)
 Júlio César Campozano
and Roberto Andres Quiroz (ECU)
 Nicholas Monroe
and Greg Ouelette (USA)

Women's singles

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires  María Teran de Weiss (ARG)  Felisa Piedrola de Zappa (ARG) Imelda Ramírez (MEX)
1955 Mexico City Rosa María Reyes (MEX) Yolanda Ramírez (MEX)  Ingrid Metzner (VEN)
1959 Chicago  Althea Gibson (USA)  Yolanda Ramirez (MEX)  Dorothy Knode (USA)
1963 São Paulo  Maria Bueno (BRA) Yolanda Ramírez (MEX)  Darlene Hard (USA)
1967 Winnipeg Elena Subirats (MEX)  Patsy Rippy (USA)  Jane Albert (USA)
1971 Cali event not held
1975 Mexico City  Lele Forood (USA)  Pat Medrado (BRA)  L. Musalen (CHI)
1979 San Juan  Susan Hagey (USA)  Trey Lewis (USA)  María Llamas (MEX)
1983 Caracas  Gretchen Rush (USA)  Gigi Fernández (PUR)  Heliene Steden (MEX)
1987 Indianapolis  Gisele Miró (BRA)  Adriana Isaza (COL)  María Méndez (ARG)
 Patricia Miller (URU)
1991 Havana  Pam Shriver (USA)  Joelle Schad (DOM)  Andrea Vieira (BRA)
1995 Mar del Plata  Florencia Labat (ARG)  Ann Grossman (USA)  Chanda Rubin (USA)
1999 Winnipeg  María Vento-Kabchi (VEN)  Tara Snyder (USA)  Mariana Díaz-Oliva (ARG)
 Alexandra Stevenson (USA)
2003 Santo Domingo  Milagros Sequera (VEN)  Sarah Taylor (USA)  Kristina Brandi (PUR)
 Ansley Cargill (USA)
2007 Rio de Janeiro  Milagros Sequera (VEN)  Mariana Duque Marino (COL)  Betina Jozami (ARG)
2011 Guadalajara  Irina Falconi (USA)  Mónica Puig (PUR)  Christina McHale (USA)

Women's doubles

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires  María Teran de Weiss
and Felisa Piedrola de Zappa (ARG)
Mexico  Helena Stark
and Silvia Villari (BRA)
1955 Mexico City Rosa María Reyes
and Esther Reyes (MEX)
Argentina  Ingrid Charlotte Metzner
and Maria Esther Bueno (BRA)
1959 Chicago Yolanda Ramírez
and Rosa María Reyes (MEX)
United States Mexico
1963 São Paulo  Darlene Hard
and Carole Caldwell (USA)
 Maria Esther Bueno
and Maureen Schwartz (BRA)
Yolanda Ramírez
and Elena Subirats (MEX)
1967 Winnipeg  Jane Albert
and Patsy Rippy (USA)
Ecuador Canada
1971 Cali event not held
1975 Mexico City  Sandra Stap
and Stephanie Tolleson (USA)
 Maria Cristina Andrade
and Wanda Bustamante Ferraz (BRA)
Cuba
1979 San Juan  Ann Henricksson
and Susan Hagey (USA)
Canada Puerto Rico
1983 Caracas  Gretchen Rush
and Louise Allen (USA)
Puerto Rico Mexico
1987 Indianapolis  Sonia Hahn
and Ronni Reis (USA)
Argentina Mexico
Puerto Rico
1991 Havana  Pam Shriver
and Donna Faber (USA)
 Andrea Vieira
and Claudia Chabalgoti (BRA)
Chile
Mexico
1995 Mar del Plata  Mercedes Paz
and Patricia Tarabini (ARG)
United States  Andrea Vieira
and Luciana Camargo Tella (BRA)
Mexico
1999 Winnipeg  Joana Santos
and Vanessa Menga (BRA)
 Barbara Castro Díaz
and Paula Cabezas (CHI)
 Mariana Díaz-Oliva
and Clarisa Fernández (ARG)
 Renata Kolbovic
and Aneta Soukup (CAN)
2003 Santo Domingo  Bruna Coloso
and Joana Cortez (BRA)
 Kristina Brandi
and Vilmarie Castellvi (PUR)
 Yamile Fors
and Yanet Núñez (CUB)
 Karin Palme
and Melissa Torres (MEX)
2007 Rio de Janeiro  Betina Jozami
and )ARG(
 Mariana Duque Marino
and Karen Castiblanco (COL)
 Teliana Pereira
and Joana Cortez (BRA)
2011 Guadalajara  María Irigoyen
and Florencia Molinero (ARG)
 Irina Falconi
and Christina McHale (USA)
 Catalina Castaño
and Mariana Duque (COL)

Mixed doubles

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires Imelda Ramírez
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
Argentina Argentina
1955 Mexico City Yolanda Ramírez
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
Argentina Argentina
1959 Chicago Yolanda Ramírez
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
Mexico United States
1963 São Paulo Yolanda Ramírez
and Francisco Contreras (MEX)
 Thomaz Koch
and Maria Esther Bueno (BRA)
United States
1967 Winnipeg  Jane Albert
and Arthur Ashe (USA)
Mexico Ecuador
1971 Cali event not held
1975 Mexico City  Lele Forood
and Hank Pfister (USA)
Puerto Rico Mexico
1979 San Juan  Marlin Noriega
and Juan Boveda (VEN)
United States Mexico
1983 Caracas  Nuria Alasia
and Iñaki Calvo (VEN)
Mexico United States
1987 Indianapolis  Lucila Becerra
and Gilberto Cicero (MEX)
Argentina  Fernando Roese
and Gisele Miró (BRA)
Cuba
1991 Havana  Pam Shriver
and David DiLucia (USA)
 William Kyriakos Junior
and Claudia Chabalgoti (BRA)
Dominican Republic
Puerto Rico
1995 Mar del Plata  Shaun Stafford
and Jack Waite (USA)
Argentina Cuba
1999-2007 event not held
2011 Guadalajara  Ana Paula de la Peña
and Santiago González (MEX)
 Andrea Koch Benvenuto
and Guillermo Rivera-Aránguiz (CHI)
 Ana Clara Duarte
and Rogério Dutra da Silva (BRA)

Discontinued events

Men's team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Havana Brazil Puerto Rico Chile
Cuba
1995 Mar del Plata Argentina Uruguay Chile
United States

Women's team

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1991 Havana Brazil Venezuela Chile
Cuba
1995 Mar del Plata Argentina Chile Brazil
United States

Resources

References

  1. ^ Pan American Games tennis
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