Tennis at the Summer Universiade

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Tennis has been a part of the Summer Universiade program since the games' first edition in 1959, with the exception of the 1989 Games. Men's and women's singles; and men's, women's, and mixed doubles have been contested at each edition. Bronze medal matches were contested until the 1991 Games; two bronze medals have been given at each competition since.

Past medalists include twice Grand Slam (2011 French Open, 2014 Australian Open) women's singles champion Li Na, Grand Slam men's singles runner-up Nikola Pilić; doubles champions Fred McNair, Olga Morozova, Larisa Savchenko, Tomáš Šmíd, and Ion Țiriac; mixed doubles champion Rika Hiraki; 1984 Olympic runner-up Sabrina Goleš, 1992 Olympic bronze medalist Leila Meskhi, and 2004 Olympic doubles gold medalist Li Ting.

Results[edit]

Men's singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1959 Turin  François Jauffret (FRA)  Pavel Benda (TCH)  Massimo Drisaldi (ITA)
1961 Sofia  Boro Iovanović (YUG)  Nikola Pilić (YUG)  Ion Ţiriac (ROU)
1963 Porto Alegre  Nitsche (FRG)  Giordano Maioli (ITA)  Mitsuru Motoi (JPN)
1965 Budapest  Ion Ţiriac (ROU)  Toomas Leius (URS)  Fox (USA)
1967 Tokyo  Watanabe (JPN)  Jun Kamiwazumi (JPN)  Hidesaburo Kuromatsu (JPN)
1970 Turin  Patrick Proisy (FRA)  Toomas Leius (URS)  Franco Bartoni (ITA)
1973 Moscow  Teimuraz Kakulia (URS)  Balázs Taróczy (HUN)  Kenichi Hirai (JPN)
1977 Sofia  Tomáš Šmíd (TCH)  Balázs Taróczy (HUN)  Vadim Borisov (URS)
1979 Mexico City  Vadim Borisov (URS)  Nandan Bal (IND)  Andrei Dîrzu (ROU)
1981 Bucharest  Florin Segărceanu (ROU)  Vadim Borisov (URS)  Andrei Dîrzu (ROU)
1983 Edmonton  Richard Gallien (USA)  Dan Goldie (USA)  Alexander Zverev (URS)
1985 Kobe  Alexander Zverev (URS)  Florin Segărceanu (ROU)  Kim (KOR)
1987 Zagreb  Bruno Orešar (YUG)  Igor Šarić (YUG)   (YUG)
1991 Sheffield  Xia Jiaping (CHN)  Francesco Michelotti (ITA)   (GBR)
1993 Buffalo  Shin Han-cheol (KOR)  Jeffrey Hunter (GBR)  Yoon Bok-kyu (KOR)
 Zhang Jiuhua (CHN)
1995 Fukuoka  Yoon Yong-il (KOR)  Lee Hyung-taik (KOR)  Francesco Michelotti (ITA)
 Kotaro Miyachi (JPN)
1997 Sicilia  Yoon Yong-il (KOR)  Pavel Kudrnáč (CZE)  Lin Bing-chao (TPE)
 Alexander von Hugo (GER)
1999 Palma de Mallorca  Lee Hyung-taik (KOR)  Albert Portas (ESP)  Lee Seung-hoon (KOR)
 Slimane Saoudi (FRA)
2001 Beijing  Lee Seung-hoon (KOR)  Philipp Mukhmetov (RUS)  Matthieu Amgwerd (SUI)
 Lu Yen-hsun (TPE)
2003 Daegu  Lu Yen-hsun (TPE)  Igor Zelenay (SVK)  Matthieu Amgwerd (SUI)
 Kim Young-jun (KOR)
2005 Izmir  Artem Sitak (RUS)  Evgeny Kirillov (RUS)  Sébastien Kosak (FRA)
 Wang Yeu-tzuoo (TPE)
2007 Bangkok  Danai Udomchoke (THA)  An Jae-sung (KOR)  Charles-Antoine Brézac (FRA)
 Chen Ti (TPE)
2009 Belgrade  Aleksander Slović (SRB)  Ivan Sergeyev (UKR)  Evgeny Donskoy (RUS)
 Artem Smirnov (UKR)
2011 Shenzhen  Lim Yong-Kyu (KOR)  Teymuraz Gabashvili (RUS)  Siarhei Betau (BLR)
 Alaiksander Bury (BLR)
2013 Kazan  Lim Yong-Kyu (KOR)  Antso Rakotondramanga (MAD)  Konstantin Kravchuk (RUS)
 Maxime Quinqueneau (FRA)
2015 Gwangju  Chung Hyeon (KOR)  Aslan Karatsev (RUS)  Lucas Poullan (FRA)
 Yang Tsung-hua (TPE)

Men's doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1959 Turin  Hanna
and Masao Nagasaki (JPN)
 Reimann
and Wunderlich (FRG)
 Chevalier
and François Jauffret (FRA)
1961 Sofia  Iovanović
and Nikola Pilić (YUG)
 Akutagawa
and Mitsuru Motoi (JPN)
 Massimo Drisaldi
and Stefano Gaudenzi (ITA)
1963 Porto Alegre  Nitsche
and Pawlik (FRG)
 Takeshi Koura
and Mitsuru Motoi (JPN)
 Giordano Maioli
and Stefano Gaudenzi (ITA)
1965 Budapest  Dick Dell
and Fox (USA)
 Leyus
and Likhachev (URS)
 Marmureanu
and Ion Ţiriac (ROU)
1967 Tokyo  José María Gisbert
and Juan Gisbert (ESP)
 Takeshi Koura
and Watanabe (JPN)
 Stefano Gaudenzi
and Giordano Maioli (ITA)
1970 Turin  Jun Kamiwazumi
and Toshiro Sakai (JPN)
 Toomas Leius
and Anatoli Volkov (URS)
 Fred McNair
and Charlie Owens (USA)
1973 Moscow  Teimuraz Kakulia
and Vladimir Korotkov (URS)
 Pampulov
and Pampulov (BUL)
 Bertalan Csoknyai
and Balázs Taróczy (HUN)
1977 Sofia  Pavel Složil
and Tomáš Šmíd (TCH)
 Thomas Emmrich
and John (GDR)
 Pampulov
and Pampulov (BUL)
1979 Mexico City  Ramiz Akhmerov
and Vadim Borisov (URS)
 Dick Metz
and Blaine Willenborg (USA)
 Andrei Dîrzu
and Florin Segărceanu (ROU)
1981 Bucharest  Andrei Dîrzu
and Florin Segărceanu (ROU)
 Angelo Binaghi
and Raimondo Ricci Bitti (ITA)
 Vadim Borisov
and Sergi Leonyuk (URS)
1983 Edmonton  Jeff Arons
and John Sevely (USA)
 Angelo Binaghi
and Raimondo Ricci Bitti (ITA)
 Bucur
and Adrian Marcu (ROU)
1985 Kobe  Sergi Leonyuk
and Alexander Zverev (URS)
 Leach
and Tim Pawsat (USA)
 Andrei Dîrzu
and Florin Segărceanu (ROU)
1987 Zagreb  Branislav Stanković
and Richard Vogel (TCH)
 Ģirts Dzelde
and Andrei Olhovskiy (URS)
 Bae Nam-ju
and Kim (KOR)
1991 Sheffield  Chang Eui-jong
and Ji Seung-ho (KOR)
 Jeffrey Hunter
and Mark Loosemore (GBR)
  (GBR)
1993 Buffalo  Kim
and Kong (KOR)
 Martin Dvořáček
and Jahl (CZE)
 Robert Janecek
and Laschinger (CAN)
 Rob Givone
and Michael Sell (USA)
1995 Fukuoka  David Caldwell
and Paul Goldstein (USA)
 Nicholas Adams
and Richard Holden (GBR)
 Igor Tchelichev
and Andrei Stolyarov (RUS)
 Xavier Avila
and Fermín Novillo (ESP)
1997 Catania  Lee Hyung-taik
and Yoon Yong-il (KOR)
 Martin Dvořáček
and Pavel Kudrnáč (CZE)
 Massimo Calvelli
and Lorenzo Pennisi (ITA)
 Vladimir Lys
and Aleksandr Yarmola (UKR)
1999 Palma de Mallorca  Pavel Kudrnáč
and Tomáš Macharáček (CZE)
 Helge Capell
and Alexander von Hugo (GER)
 Marc Gicquel
and Slimane Saoudi (FRA)
 Michihisa Onoda
and Norikazu Sugiyama (JPN)
2001 Beijing  Juan Carlos Arredondo
and Carlos Alberto Lozano (MEX)
 Pavel Kudrnáč
and Tomáš Macharáček (CZE)
 Li Si
and Yang Jingzhu (CHN)
 Kim Dong-hyun
and Lee Chang-Hoon (KOR)
2003 Daegu  Iain Bates
and Jim May (GBR)
 Rodrigo Echagaray
and Carlos Alberto Lozano (MEX)
 Ján Stančík
and Igor Zelenay (SVK)
 Sanchai Ratiwatana
and Sonchat Ratiwatana (THA)
2005 Izmir  Artem Sitak
and Dmitriy Sitak (RUS)
 Nikola Ćirić
and Darko Mađarovski (SCG)
 Radoslav Nijaki
and Filip Urban (POL)
 Viktor Bruthans
and Peter Miklušičák (SVK)
2007 Bangkok  Sanchai Ratiwatana
and Sonchat Ratiwatana (THA)
 Pavel Chekhov
and Alexandre Krasnoroutskiy (RUS)
 Prima Simpatiaji
and Sunu Wahyu Trijati (INA)
 An Jae-sung
and Kim Sun-yong (KOR)
2009 Belgrade  Yi Chu-Huan
and Lee Hsin-Han (TPE)
 Max Jones
and Dominic Inglot (GBR)
 David Estruch
and Ignasi Villacampa (ESP)
 Aleksandar Grubin
and Boris Conkić (SRB)
2011 Shenzhen  Hsieh Cheng-peng
and Lee Hsin-han (TPE)
 Siarhei Betau
and Aliaksander Bury (BLR)
 Lim Yong-Kyu
and Seol Jae-min (KOR)
 David Estruch
and Pablo Manuel Montoro Gimenez (ESP)
2013 Kazan  Hsieh Cheng-peng
and Lee Hsin-han (TPE)
 Viktor Balda
and Konstantin Kravchuk (RUS)
 Siarhei Betau
and Aliaksander Bury (BLR)
 Lim Yong-Kyu
and Noh Sang-woo (KOR)

Men´s Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2009 Belgrade  Serbia (SRB)
Aleksander Slović
Saša Stojisavljević
Aleksandar Grubin
Boris Conkić
 Ukraine (UKR)
Ivan Sergeyev
Artem Smirnov
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Lee Hsin-Han
Yi Chu-Huan
2011 Shenzhen  South Korea (KOR)
Lim Yong-Kyu
Oh Dae-soung
Seol Jae-min
 Belarus (BLR)
Siarhei Betau
Aliaksander Bury
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Hsieh Cheng-peng
Huang Liang-chi
Lee Hsin-han
2013 Kazan  South Korea (KOR)
Lim Yong-Kyu
Oh Dae-soung
Seol Jae-min
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Hsieh Cheng-peng
Huang Liang-chi
Lee Hsin-han
Wang Chieh-fu
 Russia (RUS)
Konstantin Kravchuk
Victor Baluda

Women's singles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1959 Turin  Riazanova (URS)  Strachová (TCH)  Maria Teresa Riedl (ITA)
1961 Sofia  Horcicková (TCH)  Strachová (TCH)  Paula Vajda (HUN)
1963 Porto Alegre  Horcicková (TCH)  Yermolova (URS)  Maria Teresa Riedl (ITA)
1965 Budapest  Maria Teresa Riedl (ITA)  Yermolova (URS)  Erzsebet Szell (HUN)
1967 Tokyo  Truman (GBR)  Ada Bakker (NED)  Ota (JPN)
1970 Turin  Parmas (URS)  Sawamatsu (JPN)  Odile de Roubin (FRA)
1973 Moscow  Olga Morozova (URS)  Sawamatsu (JPN)  Janet Young (AUS)
1977 Sofia  Kroshina (URS)  Renáta Tomanová (TCH)  Biryukova (URS)
1979 Mexico City  Zhmyreva (URS)  Biryukova (URS)  Ruzici (ROU)
1981 Bucharest  Ruzici (ROU)  Lucia Romanov (ROU)  Kelly Henry (USA)
1983 Edmonton  Cecilia Fernandez (USA)  Olga Zaitseva (URS)  Lucia Romanov (ROU)
1985 Kobe  Larisa Savchenko (URS)  Gretchen Rush (USA)  Ann Hulbert (USA)
1987 Zagreb  Leila Meskhi (URS)  Budařová (TCH)  Sabrina Goleš (YUG)
1991 Sheffield  Mana Endo (JPN)  Rika Hiraki (JPN)  Samantha Smith (GBR)
1993 Buffalo  Yi Jingqian (CHN)  Kaoru Shibata (JPN)  Olivia Gravereaux (FRA)
 Samantha Smith (GBR)
1995 Fukuoka  Kaoru Shibata (JPN)  Rika Hiraki (JPN)  Kelly Pace (USA)
 Wang Shi-ting (TPE)
1997 Catania  Wang Shi-ting (TPE)  Maria Callen (FRA)  Jeon Mi-ra (KOR)
 Germana di Natale (ITA)
1999 Palma de Mallorca  Janet Lee (TPE)  Wang Shi-ting (TPE)  Zuzana Lešenarová (CZE)
 Andrea Šebová (SVK)
2001 Beijing  Li Na (CHN)  Janet Lee (TPE)  Chung Yang-jin (KOR)
 Amanda Janes (GBR)
2003 Daegu  Goulnara Fattakhetdinova (RUS)  Xie Yanze (CHN)  Akgul Amanmuradova (UZB)
 Liu Nannan (CHN)
2005 Izmir  Eva Hrdinová (CZE)  Cho Yoon-jeong (KOR)  Chan Chin-wei (TPE)
 Hsieh Su-wei (TPE)
2007 Bangkok  Alisa Kleybanova (RUS)  Margit Rüütel (EST)  Chan Chin-wei (TPE)
 Sandy Gumulya (INA)
2009 Belgrade  Ksenia Lykina (RUS)  Klaudia Jans (POL)  Katarína Kachlíková (SVK)
 Nikola Franková (CZE)
2011 Shenzhen  Nudnida Luangnam (THA)  Nungnadda Wannasuk (THA)  Ksenia Lykina (RUS)
 Yoo Mi (KOR)
2013 Kazan  Sachie Ishizu (JPN)  Sabina Santamaria (USA)  Kateřina Vaňková (CZE)
 Hiroko Kuwata (JPN)
2015 Gwangju  Chang Kai-chen (TPE)  Luksika Kumkhum (THA)  Beatrice Gumulya (INA)
 Varatchaya Wongteanchai (THA)

Women's doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1959 Turin  Maria Chiara Ramorino
and Maria Teresa Riedl (ITA)
 Horcicková
and Strachová (TCH)
 Haas
and Timm (FRG)
1961 Sofia  Mina
and Namian (ROU)
 Horcicková
and Strachová (TCH)
 Györgyi Fehér
and Paula Vajda (HUN)
1963 Porto Alegre  Györgyi Fehér
and Zsuzsa Kunovits (HUN)
 Mary Puljak
and Silva (URU)
  (BRA)
1965 Budapest  Alessandra Gobbo
and Maria Teresa Riedl (ITA)
 Sazonova
and Yermolova (URS)
 De Jongh
and Lepoutre (NED)
1967 Tokyo  Ada Bakker
and Suurbee (NED)
 Monica Giorgi
and Alessandra Gobbo (ITA)
 Frances MacLennan
and Truman (GBR)
1970 Turin  Ada Bakker
and Tine Zwaan (NED)
 Junko Sawamatsu
and Kazuko Sawamatsu (JPN)
 Parmas
and Sobol (URS)
1973 Moscow  Zaiga Jansone-Ivanova
and Olga Morozova (URS)
 Kayoko Fukuoka
and Sawamatsu (JPN)
 Metcalfe
and Jane Stratton (USA)
1977 Sofia  Florenţa Mihai
and Ruzici (ROU)
 Yvona Brzáková
and Renáta Tomanová (TCH)
 Biryukova
and Kroshina (URS)
1979 Mexico City  Florenţa Mihai
and Ruzici (ROU)
 Ham
and Kim (KOR)
 Biryukova
and Zhmyreva (URS)
1981 Bucharest  Florenţa Mihai
and Ruzici (ROU)
 Fumiko Furuhashi
and Janagi (JPN)
 Gizhiyang
and Ludmila Makarova (URS)
1983 Edmonton  Karen Dewis
and Jill Hetherington (CAN)
 Kimura
and Kumiko Okamoto (JPN)
 Svetlana Cherneva
and Olga Zaitseva (URS)
1985 Kobe  Parkhomenko
and Larisa Savchenko (URS)
 Elizabeth Jones
and Joy Tacon (GBR)
 Ann Hulbert
and Gretchen Rush (USA)
1987 Zagreb  Leila Meskhi
and Milvitskaya (URS)
 Bajiciková
and Budařová (TCH)
 Katrina Adams
and Sonya Hahn (USA)
1991 Sheffield  Mana Endo
and Rika Hiraki (JPN)
 Kim
and Lee (KOR)
  (GBR)
1993 Buffalo  Chen
and Yi Jingqian (CHN)
 Nao Akahori
and Rika Hiraki (JPN)
 Boutelier
and Gravereaux (FRA)
 Sabine Gerke
and Eva-Maria Schurhoff (GER)
1995 Fukuoka  Shinobu Asagoe
and Rika Hiraki (JPN)
 Wang Shi-ting
and Liu Houng-lan (TPE)
 Son Hyun-hee
and Shin Hyun-a (KOR)
 Sabine Gerke
and Claudia Timm (GER)
1997 Catania  Hsu
and Wang Shi-ting (TPE)
 Feistel
and Katarzyna Teodorowicz (POL)
 Shinobu Asagoe
and Seiko Okamoto (JPN)
 Patrícia Marková
and Ombrejková (SVK)
1999 Palma de Mallorca  Janet Lee
and Wang Shi-ting (TPE)
 Katarzyna Teodorowicz
and Anna Żarska (POL)
 Seiko Okamoto
and Ryoko Takemura (JPN)
 Patrícia Marková
and Andrea Sebová (SVK)
2001 Beijing  Li Na
and Li Ting (CHN)
 Kim Eun-ha
and Kim Mi-ok (KOR)
 Julie Coin
and Emilie Scribot (FRA)
 Janet Lee
and Weng Tzu-ting (TPE)
2003 Daegu  Chan Chin-wei
and Chuang Chia-jung (TPE)
 Katarína Bašternáková
and Stanislava Hrozenská (SVK)
 Hanna Krampe
and Lydia Stenibach (GER)
 Lorena Ivette Arias
and Erika Leticia Valdes (MEX)
2005 Izmir  Chuang Chia-jung
and Hsieh Su-wei (TPE)
 Katarína Bašternáková
and Stanislava Hrozenská (SVK)
 Tomoko Dokei
and Junri Namigata (JPN)
 Lorena Ivette Arias
and Marcela Arroyo (MEX)
2007 Bangkok  Chan Yung-jan
and Chuang Chia-jung (TPE)
 Amina Rakhim
and Madina Rakhim (KAZ)
 Ivana Abramović
and Marija Abramović (CRO)
 Lee Jin-a
and Yoo Mi (KOR)
2009 Belgrade  Vitalia Diatchenko
and Ekaterina Makarova (RUS)
 Alicja Rosolska
and Klaudia Jans (POL)
 Shuko Aoyama
and Miki Miyamura (JPN)
 Katarína Kachlíková
and Martina Babáková (SVK)
2011 Shenzhen  Shuko Aoyama
and Kotomi Takahata (JPN)
 Guo Li
and Li Ting (CHN)
 Valeria Pulido
and Mexico Leticia Nazari Urbina (MEX)
 Ksenia Lykina
and Marta Sirotkina (RUS)
2013 Kazan  Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
and Elena Vesnina (RUS)
 Noppawan Lertcheewakarn
and Varatchaya Wongteanchai (THA)
 Darya Lebesheva
and Polina Pekhova (BLR)
 Barbara Sobaszkiewicz
and Sylwia Zagorska (POL)

Women's Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2009 Belgrade  Russia (RUS)
Vitalia Diatchenko
Ekaterina Makarova
Ksenia Lykina
 Poland (POL)
Klaudia Jans
Alicja Rosolska
 Slovakia (SVK)
Martina Babáková
Katarína Kachlíková
2011 Shenzhen  Thailand (THA)
Nudnida Luangnam
Nungnadda Wannasuk
Varatchaya Wongteanchai

 Japan (JPN)
Shuko Aoyama
Sachie Ishizu
Hiroko Kuwata
Kotomi Takahata
 Russia (RUS)
Ksenia Lykina
Marta Sirotkina


2013 Kazan  Japan (JPN)
Sachie Ishizu
Hiroko Kuwata
Yuki Tanaka

 Russia (RUS)
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Elena Vesnina
Ekaterina Yashina
Margarita Gasparyan
 United States (USA)
Sabrina Santamaria
Kaitlyn Christian



2015 Gwangju  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Chang Kai-chen
Hsu Chieh-yu
Hsieh Shu-ying
Lee Ya-hsuan
 Thailand (THA)
Noppawan Lertcheewakarn
Luksika Kumkhum
Varatchaya Wongteanchai

 South Korea (KOR)
Jang Su-jeong
Han Na-lae
Lee So-ra

Mixed doubles[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1959 Turin  Maria Chiara Ramorino
and Massimo Drisaldi (ITA)
 Janine Lieffrig
and Chevalier (FRA)
 Strachová
and Schonborn (TCH)
1961 Sofia  Maria Teresa Riedl
and Massimo Drisaldi (ITA)
 Horcicková
and Safarik (TCH)
 Mina
and Ion Ţiriac (ROU)
1963 Porto Alegre  Maria Teresa Riedl
and Giordano Maioli (ITA)
 Larue
and Leclerq (FRA)
 Hausslein
and Müller (FRG)
1965 Budapest  Dibar
and Ion Ţiriac (ROU)
 Yermelova
and Toomas Leius (URS)
 Maria Teresa Riedl
and Giordano Maioli (ITA)
1967 Tokyo  Dening
and Geoff Pollard (AUS)
 Monica Giorgi
and Giordano Maioli (ITA)
 Ota
and Takeshi Koura (JPN)
1970 Turin  Parmas
and Toomas Leius (URS)
 Janet Young
and Geoff Pollard (AUS)
 Schallau
and Charlie Owens (USA)
1973 Moscow  Olga Morozova
and Teimuraz Kakulia (URS)
 Sawamatsu
and Kenichi Hirai (JPN)
 Janet Young
and John Marks (AUS)
1977 Sofia  Renáta Tomanová
and Pavel Složil (TCH)
 Ruzici
and Haradou (ROU)
 Biryukova
and Ramiz Akhmerov (URS)
1979 Mexico City  Ruzici
and Banriel (ROU)
 Biryukova
and Ramiz Akhmerov (URS)
 Hélène Pelletier
and Mothadi (CAN)
1981 Bucharest  Ruzici
and Florin Segărceanu (ROU)
 Ludmila Makarova
and Sergi Leonyuk (URS)
 Kim
and Jeon (KOR)
1983 Edmonton  Jill Hetherington
and Bill Jenkins (CAN)
 Cornelia Dries
and Settlemayer (FRG)
 Svetlana Cherneva
and Filev (URS)
1985 Kobe  Daniela Moise
and Florin Segărceanu (ROU)
 Larisa Savchenko
and Sergi Leonyuk (URS)
 Lee
and Yoo (KOR)
1987 Zagreb  Sabrina Goleš
and Bruno Orešar (YUG)
 Leila Meskhi
and Andrei Olhovskiy (URS)
 Katrina Adams
and Greg Van Emburgh (USA)
1991 Sheffield  Susan Gilchrist
and Brett Hansen-Dent (USA)
 Sato
and Toshitsugu Mori (JPN)
  (GBR)
1993 Buffalo  Rika Hiraki
and Harada (JPN)
 Kuregian
and Sargis Sargsian (ARM)
 Virág Csurgó
and András Lányi (HUN)
 Patrícia Marková
and Roman Šmotlák (SVK)
1995 Fukuoka  Wang Shi-ting
and Chen Chih-jung (TPE)
 Samantha Smith
and Paul Robinson (GBR)
 Olga Ivanova
and Igor Tchelichev (RUS)
 Son Hyun-hee
and Baek Seung-bok (KOR)
1997 Sicily  Jeon Mi-ra
and Kim (KOR)
 Wang Shi-ting
and Lin Bing-chao (TPE)
 Claudia Timm
and Alexander von Hugo (GER)
 Patrícia Marková
and Erik Csarnakovics (SVK)
1999 Palma de Mallorca  Kim
and Kim (KOR)
 Wang Shi-ting
and Lin Bing-chao (TPE)
 Ding
and Zhu Benqiang (CHN)
 Seiko Okamoto
and Michihisa Onoda (JPN)
2001 Beijing  Li Na
and Zhu Benqiang (CHN)
 Susi Bensch
and Jan Boruszewski (GER)
 Linda Faltynková
and Tomáš Macharek (CZE)
 Kim Eun-ha
and Kim Dong-hyun (KOR)
2003 Daegu  Mariya Goloviznina
and Artem Derepasko (RUS)
 Xie Yanze
and Wang Yu (CHN)
 Lydia Stenibach
and Jan Boruszewski (GER)
 Stanislava Hrozenská
and Igor Zelenay (SVK)
2005 Izmir  Chuang Chia-jung
and Chen Ti (TPE)
 Lorena Ivette Arias
and Víctor Romero (MEX)
 Tomoko Dokei
and Joji Miyao (JPN)
 Stanislava Hrozenská
and Viktor Bruthans (SVK)
2007 Bangkok  Eva Hrdinová
and Pavel Šnobel (CZE)
 Alisa Kleybanova
and Alexandre Krasnoroutskiy (RUS)
 Ivana Abramović
and Ivan Cerović (CRO)
 Chuang Chia-jung
and Chen Ti (TPE)
2009 Belgrade  Chuang Chia-Jung
and Yi Chu-Huan (TPE)
 Kim Hyun
and Kim So Yung (KOR)
 Luis Díaz Barraga
and Melissa Torres (MEX)
 Dominic Inglot
and Sam Murray (GBR)
2011 Shenzhen  Chan Chin-wei
and Lee Hsin-han (TPE)
 Aliaksander Bury
and Sviatlana Pirazhenka (BLR)
 Shuko Aoyama
and Takuto Niki (JPN)
 Weerapat Doakmaiklee
and Varatchaya Wongteanchai (THA)
2013 Kazan  Elena Vesnina
and Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS)
 Hiroko Kuwata
and Shota Tagawa (JPN)
 Patrick Olivier Eichenberger
and Lisa Sabino (SUI)
 Lee Hsin-han
and Lee Hua-chen (TPE)
2015 Gwangju  Lidziya Marozava
and Andrei Vasilevski (BLR)
 Alexandra Walker
and Darren Walsh (GBR)
 Veronika Kudermetova
and Aslan Karatsev (RUS)
 Chang Kai-chen
and Peng Hsien-yin (TPE)

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union (URS) 18 16 11 45
2  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 18 8 17 43
3  South Korea (KOR) 16 9 19 45
4  Romania (ROU) 12 3 10 25
5  Japan (JPN) 11 19 15 46
6  Russia (RUS) 8 8 9 23
7  Czechoslovakia (TCH) 6 10 1 17
8  Italy (ITA) 6 6 11 23
9  United States (USA) 6 5 12 23
10  China (CHN) 6 3 4 13
11  Yugoslavia (YUG) 4 2 1 7
12  Thailand (THA) 5 4 4 13
13  Great Britain (GBR) 3 7 4 14
14  Czech Republic (CZE) 3 4 4 11
15  Serbia (SRB) 3 0 1 4
16  France (FRA) 2 3 11 16
17  West Germany (FRG) 2 2 2 6
18  Netherlands (NED) 2 1 1 4
19  Canada (CAN) 2 0 2 4
20  Belarus (BLR) 1 4 4 9
21  Hungary (HUN) 1 2 5 8
22  Mexico (MEX) 1 2 4 7
23  Spain (ESP) 1 1 3 5
24  Australia (AUS) 1 1 2 4
25  Poland (POL) 0 6 2 8
26  Slovakia (SVK) 0 3 13 16
27  Ukraine (UKR) 0 3 2 5
28  Germany (GER) 0 2 5 7
29  Bulgaria (BUL) 0 1 2 3
30  Armenia (ARM) 0 1 0 1
 East Germany (GDR) 0 1 0 1
 Estonia (EST) 0 1 0 1
 India (IND) 0 1 0 1
 Kazakhstan (KAZ) 0 1 0 1
 Madagascar (MAD) 0 1 0 1
 Serbia and Montenegro (SCG) 0 1 0 1
 Uruguay (URU) 0 1 0 1
39   Switzerland (SUI) 0 0 3 3
40  Indonesia (INA) 0 0 3 3
41  Croatia (CRO) 0 0 2 2
42  Uzbekistan (UZB) 0 0 1 1

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