Padel Tennis World Championship

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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.

Padel (sport) Racket sport

Padel is a racquet sport. It is different from the sport known in the US and Canada as paddle tennis.

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Winners by year

National teams

Men's teams

YearHost
(final location)
Gold medal gameBronze medal game
GoldScoreSilverBronzeScoreFourth place
1992
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Madrid)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
1994
Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG
(Mendoza)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
1996
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Madrid)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 2–1Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
1998
Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG
(Mar del Plata)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 3–0Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 3–0Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
2000
Flag of France.svg  FRA
(Toulouse)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
2002
Flag of Mexico.svg  MEX
(Mexico City)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
2004
Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG
(Buenos Aires)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 3–0Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
2006
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Murcia)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
2008
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  CAN
(Calgary)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 3–0Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
2010
Flag of Mexico.svg  MEX
(Riviera Maya)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 2–1Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 3–0Flag of Chile.svg  Chile
2012Flag of Mexico.svg  MEX
(Riviera Maya)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Paraguay (1990-2013).svg  Paraguay
2014Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Palma de Majorca)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
2016Flag of Portugal.svg  POR
(Cascais)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
2018Flag of Paraguay.svg  PAR
(Asunción)
Did not heldDid not held

Women's teams

YearHost
(final location)
Gold medal gameBronze medal game
GoldScoreSilverBronzeScoreFourth place
1992
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Madrid)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  United Kingdom
1994
Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG
(Mendoza)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Flag of Paraguay (1990-2013).svg  Paraguay
1996
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Madrid)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 2–1Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
1998
Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG
(Mar del Plata)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 2–1Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 2–1Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil
2000
Flag of France.svg  FRA
(Toulouse)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 3–0Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
2002
Flag of Mexico.svg  MEX
(Mexico City)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 2–1Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 3–0Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay
2004
Flag of Argentina.svg  ARG
(Buenos Aires)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 2–1Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 3–0Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
2006
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Murcia)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 2–1Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
2008
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  CAN
(Calgary)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of France.svg  France
2010
Flag of Mexico.svg  MEX
(Riviera Maya)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 2–1Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 3–0Flag of France.svg  France
2012
Flag of Mexico.svg  MEX
(Riviera Maya)
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 3–0Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil Flag of France.svg  France 2–1Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal
2014
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Palma de Mallorca)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 3–0Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 3–0Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
2018
Flag of Paraguay.svg  PAR
(Asunción)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 2–0Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina

Pairs

Men's pairs

YearHost countryFinalSemifinal losers
ChampionsScoreRunners-upsemifinal 1semifinal 2
1992
Flag of Spain.svg
(Madrid)
Flag of Argentina.svg Lasaigues
Flag of Argentina.svg Gattiker
Flag of Argentina.svg Maquirriain
Flag of Argentina.svg Rovaletti
Flag of Argentina.svg Clementi
Flag of Argentina.svg de La Torre
Flag of Argentina.svg Sanz
Flag of Argentina.svg Cubas
1994
Flag of Argentina.svg
(Mendoza)
Flag of Argentina.svg Lasaigues
Flag of Argentina.svg Gattiker
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
Flag of Argentina.svg Lasaigues
Flag of Argentina.svg Sanz
Flag of Argentina.svg Martín Díaz
Flag of Argentina.svg Siro
Flag of Argentina.svg Novillo
1996
Flag of Spain.svg
(Madrid)
Flag of Argentina.svg Lasaigues
Flag of Argentina.svg Gattiker
Flag of Spain.svg Semprún
Flag of Spain.svg Piñón
Flag of Argentina.svg Reca
Flag of Argentina.svg Serrano
Flag of Argentina.svg Lasaigues
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
1998
Flag of Argentina.svg
(Mar del Plata)
Flag of Argentina.svg Gattiker
Flag of Argentina.svg Gutiérrez Albizu
Flag of Spain.svg Martín Díaz
Flag of Spain.svg Piñón
Flag of Argentina.svg Lasaigues
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
Flag of Argentina.svg Sanz
Flag of Argentina.svg Siro
2000
Flag of France.svg
(Toulouse)
Flag of Spain.svg Martín Díaz
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
3–6, 6–1, 6–4 Flag of Argentina.svg Reca
Flag of Argentina.svg Nerone
Flag of Argentina.svg Lasaigues
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
Flag of Argentina.svg Sanz
Flag of Argentina.svg Siro
2002
Flag of Mexico.svg
(Mexico City)
Flag of Spain.svg Martín Díaz
Flag of Argentina.svg Belasteguín
6–7, 7–5, 6–4 Flag of Argentina.svg Reca
Flag of Argentina.svg Nerone
Flag of Spain.svg Lahoz
Flag of Argentina.svg Gattiker
Flag of Argentina.svg Rovaletti
Flag of Argentina.svg Gutiérrez Albizu
2004
Flag of Argentina.svg
(Buenos Aires)
Flag of Spain.svg Martín Díaz
Flag of Argentina.svg Belasteguín
4–6, 6–4, 6–1 Flag of Argentina.svg Reca
Flag of Argentina.svg Nerone
Flag of Spain.svg Lahoz
Flag of Brazil.svg Jardim
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
Flag of Argentina.svg Gutiérrez Albizu
2006
Flag of Spain.svg
(Murcia)
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
Flag of Argentina.svg Gutiérrez Albizu
6–2, 6–1 Flag of Spain.svg Losada
Flag of Spain.svg Mieres
Flag of Brazil.svg del Bono
Flag of Brazil.svg Julianoti
Flag of Spain.svg Lahoz
Flag of Brazil.svg Jardim
2008
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg
(Calgary)
Flag of Spain.svg Losada
Flag of Spain.svg Mieres
6–4, 3–6, 6–2 Flag of Brazil.svg del Bono
Flag of Brazil.svg Julianoti
Flag of Argentina.svg Ovide
Flag of Argentina.svg Cavalleri
Flag of Spain.svg Muñoz
Flag of Spain.svg Navarro
2010
Flag of Mexico.svg
(Cancún)
Flag of Spain.svg Lahoz
Flag of Spain.svg Mieres
6–1, 7–5 Flag of Spain.svg Arias
Flag of Spain.svg Limones
Flag of Spain.svg Muñoz
Flag of Spain.svg Santana
Flag of Brazil.svg del Bono
Flag of Brazil.svg Julianoti
2012
Flag of Spain.svg
(Barcelona)
Flag of Argentina.svg Gutiérrez Albizu
Flag of Argentina.svg Poggi
6–2, 7–6, 6–2 Flag of Spain.svg Mieres
Flag of Brazil.svg Lima
Flag of Argentina.svg Auguste
Flag of Spain.svg Díaz
Flag of Argentina.svg Gómez Silingo
Flag of Argentina.svg Reca
2013
Flag of Spain.svg
(Bilbao)
Flag of Argentina.svg di Nenno
Flag of Argentina.svg Stupaczuk
6–4, 6–4 Flag of Spain.svg Santos
Flag of Spain.svg Fernández
Flag of Spain.svg Martínez
Flag of Spain.svg del Negro
Flag of Spain.svg Ceretani
Flag of Spain.svg López de Aberasturi
2014
Flag of Spain.svg
(Palma de Mallorca)
Flag of Spain.svg Díaz
Flag of Spain.svg Mieres
6–4, 6–4 Flag of Spain.svg Lahoz
Flag of Spain.svg Navarro
Flag of Spain.svg Poggi
Flag of Spain.svg Limones
Flag of Spain.svg Muñoz
Flag of Spain.svg Santana
2015
Flag of Spain.svg
(Málaga)
Cancelled
2018 Flag of Paraguay.svg
(Asunción)
Flag of Spain.svg Galán
Flag of Spain.svg Lebrón
w/o Flag of Spain.svg Ruiz
Flag of Spain.svg Botello

Women's pairs

YearHost
(final location)
FinalSemifinal losers
ChampionsScoreRunners-upsemifinal 1semifinal 2
2012
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Barcelona)
Flag of Spain.svg Navarro
Flag of Argentina.svg Reiter
7–6, 6–2 Flag of Spain.svg Llaguno
Flag of Spain.svg Amatriain
Flag of Argentina.svg Eyheraguibel
Flag of Spain.svg Gago
Flag of Spain.svg Salazar
Flag of Argentina.svg Pavón
2013
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Bilbao)
Flag of Spain.svg Siverio
Flag of Spain.svg Mesa
6–4, 2–6, 6–4 Flag of Argentina.svg Riera
Flag of Argentina.svg Campus
Flag of Brazil.svg Treptow
Flag of Spain.svg Márquez
Flag of Spain.svg Hernández
Flag of Argentina.svg Grandes
2014
Flag of Spain.svg  ESP
(Palma de Mallorca)
Flag of Spain.svg Amatriain
Flag of Spain.svg Llaguno
6–2, 6–3 Flag of Spain.svg Navarro
Flag of Spain.svg Ortega
Flag of Argentina.svg Campus
Flag of Argentina.svg Riera
Flag of Argentina.svg Reiter
Flag of Argentina.svg Banchero
2015
Flag of Spain.svg
(Málaga)
Cancelled
2018
Flag of Paraguay.svg
(Asunción)
Flag of Spain.svg Mapi Schez Alayeto
Flag of Spain.svg Majo Schez Alayeto
6–4, 7–5 Flag of Spain.svg Triay
Flag of Spain.svg Sáinz

Wins by player

Men's

PlayerNationalityWinsRunners-upWinning Year/sRunner-up Year/s
Roberto Gattiker Flag of Argentina.svg 401992, 1994, 1996, 1998
Alejandro Lasaigues Flag of Argentina.svg 301992, 1994, 1996
Cristian Gutiérrez Albizu Flag of Argentina.svg 301998, 2006, 2012
Juan Mieres Flag of Spain.svg 322008, 2010, 20142006, 2012
Juan Martín Díaz Flag of Spain.svg 312000, 2002, 20041998
Hernán Auguste Flag of Argentina.svg 212000, 20061994
Fernando Belasteguín Flag of Argentina.svg 202002, 2004
David Losada Flag of Spain.svg 1120082006
Guillermo Lahoz Flag of Spain.svg 1120102014
Fernando Poggi Flag of Argentina.svg 102012
Martín di Nenno Flag of Argentina.svg 102013
Franco Stupaczuk Flag of Argentina.svg 102013
Matías Díaz Flag of Spain.svg 102014
Gabriel Reca Flag of Argentina.svg 032000, 2002, 2004
Sebastián Nerone Flag of Argentina.svg 032000, 2002, 2004
Alberto Piñón Flag of Spain.svg 021996, 1998
Javier Maquirriain Flag of Argentina.svg 011992
Pablo Rovaletti Flag of Argentina.svg 011992
Mariano Lasaigues Flag of Argentina.svg 011994
Pablo Semprún Flag of Spain.svg 011996
Gervasio del Bono Flag of Brazil.svg 012008
Julio Julianoti Flag of Brazil.svg 012008
Raúl Arias Flag of Spain.svg 012010
José Javier Limones Flag of Spain.svg 012010
Pablo Lima Flag of Brazil.svg 012012
Guillermo Santos Flag of Spain.svg 012013
Manuel Fernández Flag of Spain.svg 012013
Francisco Navarro Flag of Spain.svg 012014

Women's

PlayerNationalityWinsRunners-upWinning Year/sRunner-up Year/s
Elisabet Amatriain Flag of Spain.svg 1120142012
Patricia Llaguno Flag of Spain.svg 1120142012
Carolina Navarro Flag of Spain.svg 1120122014
Cecilia Reiter Flag of Argentina.svg 102012
Clara Siverio Flag of Spain.svg 102013
Carla Mesa Flag of Spain.svg 102013
Virginia Riera Flag of Argentina.svg 012013
Silvana Campus Flag of Argentina.svg 012013
Marta Ortega Flag of Spain.svg 012014

Teams medal table

Men's teams

NationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 103013
2Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 37111
3Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 0279
4Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 0022
5Flag of Paraguay.svg  Paraguay 0022

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

Women's teams

NationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 84012
2Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 47011
3Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 0055
4Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay 0044
5Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico 0011
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 0011

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

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