Tennis at the Pan American Games

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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.

Medal table[edit]

Last updated after the 2015 Pan American Games

Place Nation Gold medal america.svg Silver medal america.svg Bronze medal america.svg Total
1  United States (USA) 26 13 22 61
2  Argentina (ARG) 15 13 11 39
3  Mexico (MEX) 14 19 17 50
4  Brazil (BRA) 14 7 12 33
5  Venezuela (VEN) 5 2 5 10
6  Colombia (COL) 3 4 1 8
7  Chile (CHI) 2 10 7 19
8  Puerto Rico (PUR) 1 6 10 17
9  Canada (CAN) 1 3 3 7
9  Ecuador (ECU) 0 2 4 6
11  Dominican Republic (DOM) 0 1 2 3
12  Uruguay (URU) 0 1 1 2
13  Cuba (CUB) 0 0 7 7
14  Guatemala (GUA) 0 0 1 1
14  Costa Rica (CRC) 0 0 1 1
14  Paraguay (PAR) 0 0 1 1
Total 81 81 103 265

Results[edit]

Current events[edit]

Men's singles[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires Enrique Morea
 Argentina
Alejo Russell
 Argentina
Mexico Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
1955 Mexico City Arthur Larsen
 United States
Enrique Morea
 Argentina
Luis Ayala
 Chile
1959 Chicago Luis Ayala
 Chile
Canada Robert Bedard (CAN) Jon Douglas
 United States
1963 São Paulo Ronald Barnes
 Brazil
Mexico Mario Llamas (MEX) Mexico Francisco Contreras (MEX)
1967 Winnipeg Thomas Koch
 Brazil
Herbert Fitzgibbon
 United States
Arthur Ashe
 United States
1975 Mexico City Kenneth Walts
 United States
Adolfo González
 Mexico
Freddy de Jesus
 Puerto Rico
1979 San Juan Mel Purcell
 United States
Ricardo Acuña
 Chile
Andrés Gómez
 Ecuador
1983 Caracas Greg Holmes
 United States
Fernando Pérez
 Mexico
Christian Miniussi
 Argentina
1987 Indianapolis Fernando Roese
 Brazil
Al Parker
 United States
Luke Jensen
 United States
1991 Havana Luis Herrera
 Mexico
David DiLucia
 United States
Marcelo Saliola
 Brazil
1995 Mar del Plata Hernán Gumy
 Argentina
Javier Frana
 Argentina
Jimy Szymanski
 Venezuela
1999 Winnipeg Paul Goldstein
 United States
Cecil Mamiit
 United States
David Nalbandian
 Argentina
Paulo Taicher
 Brazil
2003 Santo Domingo Fernando Meligeni
 Brazil
Marcelo Ríos
 Chile
José de Armas
 Venezuela
Alex Kim
 United States
2007 Rio de Janeiro Flávio Saretta
 Brazil
Adrián García
 Chile
Eduardo Schwank
 Argentina
2011 Guadalajara Robert Farah
 Colombia
Rogério Dutra
 Brazil
Víctor Estrella
 Dominican Republic
2015 Toronto Facundo Bagnis
 Argentina
Nicolás Barrientos
 Colombia
Dennis Novikov
 United States

Women's singles[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires María Teran de Weiss
 Argentina
Felisa Piedrola de Zappa
 Argentina
Mexico Imelda Ramírez (MEX)
1955 Mexico City Mexico Rosa María Reyes (MEX) Mexico Yolanda Ramírez (MEX) Ingrid Metzner
 Venezuela
1959 Chicago Althea Gibson
 United States
Yolanda Ramírez
 Mexico
Dorothy Knode
 United States
1963 São Paulo Maria Esther Bueno
 Brazil
Mexico Yolanda Ramírez (MEX) Darlene Hard
 United States
1967 Winnipeg Mexico Elena Subirats (MEX) Patsy Rippy
 United States
Jane Albert
 United States
1975 Mexico City Lele Forood
 United States
Pat Medrado
 Brazil
Leyla Musalem
 Chile
1979 San Juan Susan Hagey
 United States
Trey Lewis
 United States
María Llamas
 Mexico
1983 Caracas Gretchen Rush
 United States
Gigi Fernández
 Puerto Rico
Heliane Steden
 Mexico
1987 Indianapolis Gisele Miró
 Brazil
Adriana Isaza
 Colombia
María Méndez
 Argentina
Patricia Miller
 Uruguay
1991 Havana Pam Shriver
 United States
Joelle Schad
 Dominican Republic
Andrea Vieira
 Brazil
1995 Mar del Plata Florencia Labat
 Argentina
Ann Grossman
 United States
Chanda Rubin
 United States
1999 Winnipeg María Vento-Kabchi
 Venezuela
Tara Snyder
 United States
Mariana Díaz Oliva
 Argentina
Alexandra Stevenson
 United States
2003 Santo Domingo Milagros Sequera
 Venezuela
Sarah Taylor
 United States
Kristina Brandi
 Puerto Rico
Ansley Cargill
 United States
2007 Rio de Janeiro Milagros Sequera
 Venezuela
Mariana Duque Mariño
 Colombia
Betina Jozami
 Argentina
2011 Guadalajara Irina Falconi
 United States
Monica Puig
 Puerto Rico
Christina McHale
 United States
2015 Toronto Mariana Duque Mariño
 Colombia
Victoria Rodríguez
 Mexico
Monica Puig
 Puerto Rico

Men's doubles[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires Enrique Morea
and Alejo Russell
 Argentina
 Chile Mexico Mexico
1955 Mexico City Mexico Mario Llamas
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
 Argentina  United States
1959 Chicago Mexico Antonio Palafox
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
 Argentina  United States
1963 São Paulo Ronald Barnes
and Carlos Fernandes
 Brazil
Mexico Mexico Iarte Adam
and Thomaz Koch
 Brazil
1967 Winnipeg Thomas Koch
and José Mandarino
 Brazil
Mexico Mexico  Ecuador
1975 Mexico City Kenneth Walts
and Bruce Manson
 United States
Adolfo González
and n/a
 Mexico
João Américo Soares Júnior
and João Carlos Schimdt Filho
 Brazil
1979 San Juan Andy Kohlberg
and Mel Purcell
 United States
 Chile  Puerto Rico
1983 Caracas Eric Korita
and Jon Levine
 United States
 Mexico  Venezuela
1987 Indianapolis Luke Jensen
and Patrick McEnroe
 United States
 Mexico  Costa Rica
 Guatemala
1991 Havana Miguel Nido
and Joey Rive
 Puerto Rico
 Mexico  Cuba
 Puerto Rico
1995 Mar del Plata Javier Frana
and Luis Lobo
 Argentina
Juan Bianchi Pacheco
and Nicolás Pereira
 Venezuela
 Chile
 Mexico
1999 Winnipeg André Sá
and Paulo Taicher
 Brazil
Marco Osorio Salinas
and Óscar Ortiz
 Mexico
Bob Bryan
and Mike Bryan
 United States
Maurice Ruah
and Johny Romero
 Venezuela
2003 Santo Domingo Santiago González
and Alejandro Hernández
 Mexico
Adrián García
and Marcelo Ríos
 Chile
Cristian Villagrán
and Carlos Berlocq
 Argentina
Alex Bogomolov, Jr.
and Jeff Morrison
 United States
2007 Rio de Janeiro Horacio Zeballos
and Eduardo Schwank
 Argentina
Adrián García
and Jorge Aguilar
 Chile
Santiago González
and Víctor Romero
 Mexico
2011 Guadalajara Juan Sebastián Cabal
and Robert Farah
 Colombia
Júlio César Campozano
and Roberto Quiroz
 Ecuador
Nicholas Monroe
and Greg Ouelette
 United States
2015 Toronto Nicolás Jarry
and Hans Podlipnik
 Chile
Guido Andreozzi
and Facundo Bagnis
 Argentina
Gonzalo Escobar
and Emilio Gómez
 Ecuador

Women's doubles[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires María Teran de Weiss
and Felisa Piedrola de Zappa
 Argentina
Mexico Mexico Helena Stark
and Silvia Villari
 Brazil
1955 Mexico City Mexico Rosa María Reyes
and Esther Reyes (MEX)
 Argentina Ingrid Charlotte Metzner
and Maria Esther Bueno
 Brazil
1959 Chicago Mexico Yolanda Ramírez
and Rosa María Reyes (MEX)
 United States Mexico Mexico
1963 São Paulo Darlene Hard
and Carole Caldwell
 United States
Maria Esther Bueno
and Maureen Schwartz
 Brazil
Mexico Yolanda Ramírez
and Elena Subirats (MEX)
1967 Winnipeg Jane Albert
and Patsy Rippy
 United States
 Ecuador  Canada
1975 Mexico City Sandra Stap
and Stephanie Tolleson
 United States
Maria Cristina Andrade
and Wanda Bustamante Ferraz
 Brazil
 Cuba
1979 San Juan Ann Henricksson
and Susan Hagey
 United States
 Canada  Puerto Rico
1983 Caracas Gretchen Rush
and Louise Allen
 United States
 Puerto Rico  Mexico
1987 Indianapolis Sonia Hahn
and Ronni Reis
 United States
 Argentina  Mexico
 Puerto Rico
1991 Havana Pam Shriver
and Donna Faber
 United States
Andrea Vieira
and Cláudia Chabalgoity
 Brazil
 Chile
 Mexico
1995 Mar del Plata Mercedes Paz
and Patricia Tarabini
 Argentina
 United States Andrea Vieira
and Luciana Camargo Tella
 Brazil
 Mexico
1999 Winnipeg Joana Cortez
and Vanessa Menga
 Brazil
Barbara Castro Díaz
and Paula Cabezas
 Chile
Mariana Díaz Oliva
and Clarisa Fernández
 Argentina
Renata Kolbovic
and Aneta Soukup
 Canada
2003 Santo Domingo Bruna Colósio
and Joana Cortez
 Brazil
Kristina Brandi
and Vilmarie Castellvi
 Puerto Rico
Yamile Fors
and Yanet Núñez
 Cuba
Karin Palme
and Melissa Torres
 Mexico
2007 Rio de Janeiro Betina Jozami
and Jorgelina Cravero
 Argentina
Mariana Duque Mariño
and Karen Castiblanco
 Colombia
Teliana Pereira
and Joana Cortez
 Brazil
2011 Guadalajara María Irigoyen
and Florencia Molinero
 Argentina
Irina Falconi
and Christina McHale
 United States
Catalina Castaño
and Mariana Duque Mariño
 Colombia
2015 Toronto Gabriela Dabrowski
and Carol Zhao
 Canada
Victoria Rodríguez
and Marcela Zacarías
 Mexico
María Irigoyen
and Paula Ormaechea
 Argentina

Mixed doubles[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
1951 Buenos Aires Mexico Imelda Ramírez
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
 Argentina  Argentina
1955 Mexico City Mexico Yolanda Ramírez
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
 Argentina  Argentina
1959 Chicago Mexico Yolanda Ramírez
and Gustavo Palafox (MEX)
Mexico Mexico  United States
1963 São Paulo Mexico Yolanda Ramírez
and Francisco Contreras (MEX)
Thomaz Koch
and Maria Esther Bueno
 Brazil
 United States
1967 Winnipeg Jane Albert
and Arthur Ashe
 United States
Mexico Mexico  Ecuador
1975 Mexico City Lele Forood
and Hank Pfister
 United States
 Puerto Rico  Mexico
1979 San Juan Marlin Noriega
and Juan Boveda
 Venezuela
 United States  Mexico
1983 Caracas Nuria Alasia
and Iñaki Calvo
 Venezuela
 Mexico  United States
1987 Indianapolis Lucila Becerra
and Gilberto Cicero
 Mexico
 Argentina Fernando Roese
and Gisele Miró
 Brazil
 Cuba
1991 Havana Pam Shriver
and David DiLucia
 United States
William Kyriakos Junior
and Cláudia Chabalgoity
 Brazil
 Dominican Republic
 Puerto Rico
1995 Mar del Plata  Shaun Stafford
and Jack Waite (USA)
 Argentina  Cuba
2011 Guadalajara Ana Paula de la Peña
and Santiago González
 Mexico
Andrea Koch Benvenuto
and Guillermo Rivera-Aránguiz
 Chile
Ana Clara Duarte
and Rogério Dutra da Silva
 Brazil
2015 Toronto María Irigoyen
and Guido Andreozzi
 Argentina
Gabriela Dabrowski
and Philip Bester
 Canada
Verónica Cepede Royg
and Diego Galeano
 Paraguay

Discontinued events[edit]

Men's team[edit]

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

Women's team[edit]

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

Resources[edit]

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