Camden Riviere (born 1987) is an American left-handed real tennis player. As of September 2013, he is ranked first in the world for the sport. In March 2007, paired with Tim Chisholm, he unsuccessfully challenged the reigning world doubles champions, Robert Fahey and Steve Virgona. Between May 20 and 24, 2008 at the Château de Fontainebleau, Riviere challenged Fahey for his world championship singles title, losing the match in the twelfth set. He won his first major tournament, the U.S. Open, in Philadelphia on March 1, 2009.
Camden was born in Charleston, South Carolina in May 1987 but was raised in nearby Aiken, South Carolina. He started playing real tennis at age 5 with his father and played his first tournament at age 7. Camden's first coach was the Aiken Professional at the time, Mark Devine. As a junior Camden competed on the American Junior Squads including the Clothier Cup team and the Van Allen team. During his early teens Camden competed as a top level amateur winning such tournaments as the US Amateur and the Tuxedo Gold Racquet. Camden also played for the United States on the Bathurst Cup Team. In May 2005, at age 17, Camden moved to the UK and turned Professional, working at Hampton Court Palace under Chris Ronaldson. After a year in the UK Camden returned to the US due to some personal family issues and became a Touring Professional. The last few years have been a constant progression for Camden winning many tournaments and even challenging for the 2008 World Championship where he was narrowly defeated by Rob Fahey 7 sets to 5. All this work has made Camden the #1 player in the world. In September 2008 Camden joined the team at the Tennis and Racquet Club as a Real Tennis, Racquets, and Squash Professional.
Since November 2011, Camden has returned to being a touring professional. 
As of September 1st, 2013, Camden Riviere is the Number 1 Ranked Player in the World. Since the world ranking system was created in 1991, no American has been ranked number one in the world. Rob Fahey has been number one for the last twenty years but in late August 2013 Riviere passed Fahey.
- World Champion Challenger: 2008, (since 1996, played on even years only)
- Australian Open:
- British Open:
- French Open: 2012, 2013
- U.S. National Open: 2010, 2012, 2013
- U.S. Open: 2009, 2013, 2014
- IRTPA Championships (formerly UK Professional): 2012, 2013
- U.S. Professional / Schochet Cup: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
- European Open: 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013
- Victorian Open: 2013
- International Real Tennis Professionals Association. "Camder Riviere Player Profile". Retrieved December 1, 2008.
- International Real Tennis Professionals Association. "The World Championships 2008". Retrieved June 3, 2008.
- Tennis and Racquet Club. "Court Tennis". Retrieved February 22, 2010.
- Camden Riviere Tennis. "Profile". Retrieved August 26, 2010.
- United States Court Tennis Association. "Riviere #1". Retrieved September 1, 2013.