|Full name||Enrique Jorge Morea|
April 11, 1924 |
Buenos Aires, Argentina
|Turned pro||1944 (amateur tour)|
|Highest ranking||No. 10 (1953, Lance Tingay)|
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|French Open||SF (1953, 1954)|
|Wimbledon||4R (1946, 1947)|
|US Open||4R (1955)|
|Grand Slam Mixed Doubles results|
|French Open||W (1950)|
|Last updated on: December 22, 2012.|
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|Competitor for Argentina|
|Pan American Games|
|Gold||1951 Buenos Aires||Men's Singles|
|Gold||1951 Buenos Aires||Men's Doubles|
|Silver||1955 Mexico City||Men's Singles|
|President of the Asociación Argentina de Tenis|
|Preceded by||Carlos Bello|
Morea won the mixed doubles title of the 1950 French Championships. He also won two Gold medals at the inaugural men's tennis competition at the 1951 Pan American Games. Lance Tingay of The Daily Telegraph ranked Morea as World No. 10 in 1953.
Morea is the current honorary president of the Asociación Argentina de Tenis (AAT).
- "Trabert is Seeded Top", The Sydney Morning Herald, 16 September 1953.
- "Enrique Morea, a los 81 años, fue reelegido por cuatro años más como presidente de la Asociación Argentina de Tenis (AAT)" [Enrique Morea, at age 81, was re-elected for another four years as president of Argentina Tennis Association (AAT)]. http://espndeportes.espn.go.com (in Spanish). Mexico City, Mexico: ESPN Inc. November 24, 2005. Retrieved October 29, 2012.
- Davis Cup Profile