Padel Tennis World Championship

The Padel World Championship is an international competition of Padel which has been held every three years since 1992. The first edition was held in Spain. The event is organized by the International Federation of Padel,[1] and has both male and female competitions.

Winners by year

National teams

Men's teams

Year Host
(final location)
Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth place
1992
 ESP
(Madrid)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Uruguay  United Kingdom
1994
 ARG
(Mendoza)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Uruguay  Chile
1996
 ESP
(Madrid)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Brazil 2–1  Uruguay
1998
 ARG
(Mar del Plata)
 Spain 3–0  Argentina  Brazil 3–0  Chile
2000
 FRA
(Toulouse)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Brazil  Uruguay
2002
 MEX
(Mexico City)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Brazil  Mexico
2004
 ARG
(Buenos Aires)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Brazil 3–0  Chile
2006
 ESP
(Murcia)
 Argentina 3–0  Brazil  Spain  Chile
2008
 CAN
(Calgary)
 Spain 3–0  Argentina  Brazil  Chile
2010
 MEX
(Riviera Maya)
 Spain 2–1  Argentina  Brazil 3–0  Chile
2012  MEX
(Riviera Maya)
 Argentina  Spain  Paraguay
2014  ESP
(Palma de Majorca)
 Argentina  Spain
2016  POR
(Cascais)
 Argentina  Portugal  Spain  Brazil

Women's teams

Year Host
(final location)
Gold medal game Bronze medal game
Gold Score Silver Bronze Score Fourth place
1992
 ESP
(Madrid)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Uruguay  United Kingdom
1994
 ARG
(Mendoza)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Uruguay  Paraguay
1996
 ESP
(Madrid)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Uruguay 2–1  Brazil
1998
 ARG
(Mar del Plata)
 Spain 2–1  Argentina  Uruguay 2–1  Brazil
2000
 FRA
(Toulouse)
 Spain 3–0  Argentina  Brazil  Uruguay
2002
 MEX
(Mexico City)
 Argentina 2–1  Spain  Mexico 3–0  Uruguay
2004
 ARG
(Buenos Aires)
 Argentina 2–1  Spain  Brazil 3–0  Mexico
2006
 ESP
(Murcia)
 Argentina 2–1  Spain  Brazil  Mexico
2008
 CAN
(Calgary)
 Argentina 3–0  Spain  Brazil  France
2010
 MEX
(Riviera Maya)
 Spain 2–1  Argentina  Brazil 3–0  France
2012
 MEX
(Riviera Maya)
 Argentina 3–0  Brazil  France 2–1  Portugal
2014
 ESP
(Palma de Mallorca)
 Spain 3–0  Argentina  Portugal 3–0  Italy

Pairs

Men's pairs

  • From 2012, teams & pairs World Championships are held separately.
Year Host country Final Semifinal losers
Champions Score Runners-up semifinal 1 semifinal 2
1992

(Madrid)
Lasaigues
Gattiker
Maquirriain
Rovaletti
Clementi
de La Torre
Sanz
Cubas
1994

(Mendoza)
Lasaigues
Gattiker
Auguste
Lasaigues
Sanz
Martín Díaz
Siro
Novillo
1996

(Madrid)
Lasaigues
Gattiker
Semprún
Piñón
Reca
Serrano
Lasaigues
Auguste
1998

(Mar del Plata)
Gattiker
Gutiérrez Albizu
Martín Díaz
Piñón
Lasaigues
Auguste
Sanz
Siro
2000

(Toulouse)
Martín Díaz
Auguste
3–6, 6–1, 6–4 Reca
Nerone
Lasaigues
Auguste
Sanz
Siro
2002

(Mexico City)
Martín Díaz
Belasteguín
6–7, 7–5, 6–4 Reca
Nerone
Lahoz
Gattiker
Rovaletti
Gutiérrez Albizu
2004

(Buenos Aires)
Martín Díaz
Belasteguín
4–6, 6–4, 6–1 Reca
Nerone
Lahoz
Jardim
Auguste
Gutiérrez Albizu
2006

(Murcia)
Auguste
Gutiérrez Albizu
6–2, 6–1 Losada
Mieres
del Bono
Julianoti
Lahoz
Jardim
2008

(Calgary)
Losada
Mieres
6–4, 3–6, 6–2 del Bono
Julianoti
Ovide
Cavalleri
Muñoz
Navarro
2010

(Cancún)
Lahoz
Mieres
6–1, 7–5 Arias
Limones
Muñoz
Santana
del Bono
Julianoti
2012

(Barcelona)
Gutiérrez Albizu
Poggi
6–2, 7–6, 6–2 Mieres
Lima
Auguste
Díaz
Gómez Silingo
Reca
2013

(Bilbao)
di Nenno
Stupaczuk
6–4, 6–4 Santos
Fernández
Martínez
del Negro
Ceretani
López de Aberasturi
2014

(Palma de Mallorca)
Díaz
Mieres
6–4, 6–4 Lahoz
Navarro
Poggi
Limones
Muñoz
Santana
2015

(Málaga)
Cancelled
2017

Women's pairs

  • From 2012, teams & pairs World Championships are held separately.
Year Host
(final location)
Final Semifinal losers
Champions Score Runners-up semifinal 1 semifinal 2
2012
 ESP
(Barcelona)
Navarro
Reiter
7–6, 6–2 Llaguno
Amatriain
Eyheraguibel
Gago
Salazar
Pavón
2013
 ESP
(Bilbao)
Siverio
Mesa
6–4, 2–6, 6–4 Riera
Campus
Treptow
Márquez
Hernández
Grandes
2014
 ESP
(Palma de Mallorca)
Amatriain
Llaguno
6–2, 6–3 Navarro
Ortega
Campus
Riera
Reiter
Banchero
2015

(Málaga)
Cancelled

Wins by player

Men's

Player Nationality Wins Runners-up Winning Year/s Runner-up Year/s
Roberto Gattiker401992, 1994, 1996, 1998
Alejandro Lasaigues301992, 1994, 1996
Cristian Gutiérrez Albizu301998, 2006, 2012
Juan Mieres322008, 2010, 20142006, 2012
Juan Martín Díaz312000, 2002, 20041998
Hernán Auguste212000, 20061994
Fernando Belasteguín202002, 2004
David Losada1120082006
Guillermo Lahoz1120102014
Fernando Poggi102012
Martín di Nenno102013
Franco Stupaczuk102013
Matías Díaz102014
Gabriel Reca032000, 2002, 2004
Sebastián Nerone032000, 2002, 2004
Alberto Piñón021996, 1998
Javier Maquirriain011992
Pablo Rovaletti011992
Mariano Lasaigues011994
Pablo Semprún011996
Gervasio del Bono012008
Julio Julianoti012008
Raúl Arias012010
José Javier Limones012010
Pablo Lima012012
Guillermo Santos012013
Manuel Fernández012013
Francisco Navarro012014

Women's

Player Nationality Wins Runners-up Winning Year/s Runner-up Year/s
Elisabet Amatriain1120142012
Patricia Llaguno1120142012
Carolina Navarro1120122014
Cecilia Reiter102012
Clara Siverio102013
Carla Mesa102013
Virginia Riera012013
Silvana Campus012013
Marta Ortega012014

Teams medal table

Men's teams

Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Argentina93012
2 Spain37111
3 Brazil0279
4 Uruguay0022
5 Paraguay0022

Note 1: Medal count is sorted by total gold medals, then total silver medals, then total bronze medals, then alphabetically.

Women's teams

Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Argentina84012
2 Spain47011
3 Brazil0055
4 Uruguay0044
5 Mexico0011
 Portugal0011

Note 1: Medal count is sorted by total gold medals, then total silver medals, then total bronze medals, then alphabetically.

References


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