Tennis at the Mediterranean Games

Tennis has been contested at every Mediterranean Games since its introduction to the program at the 1963 Mediterranean Games. The 1975 Mediterranean Games were the last games with tennis as a male only event — beginning with the 1979 Mediterranean Games, women's tennis is included in the program.

Medal table

Men's

Singles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1963 Naples [1]
Nicola Pietrangeli Manuel Santana Boro Jovanović
Nikola Pilić
1967 Tunis [2]
Manuel Santana Juan Gisbert José Luis Arilla
1971 İzmir [3]
Manuel Orantes Juan Gisbert Nicholas Kalogeropoulos
1975 Algiers [4]
Ángel Giménez Dragan Savić Abdeslam Mahmoudi
Carlo Borea
1979 Split [5]
Fernando Luna Zoltan Ilin Ernesto Vázquez
1983 Casablanca [6]
Francesco Cancellotti Tarek-Shawki El-Sakka Simone Ercoli
1987 Latakia [7]
Arafat Chekrouni Omar Camporese Fernando García Lleó
1991 Athens [8]
Stefano Pescosolido Massimo Cierro Paolo Pambianco
1993 Languedoc-Roussillon [9] Younes El Aynaoui Jordi Burillo Alberto Berasategui
1997 Bari [10]
Vincenzo Santopadre Alberto Martín Fernando Vicente
2001 Tunis [11]
Konstantinos Economidis Leonardo Azzaro Mehdi Tahiri
2005 Almería [12]
Nicolás Almagro Guillermo García-López Simone Bolelli
2009 Pescara [13]
Roberto Bautista Agut Marsel İlhan Gianluca Naso
2013 Mersin [14]
Blaž Rola Marsel İlhan Malek Jaziri
2018 Tarragona [15]
Lamine Ouahab Lucas Catarina Jacopo Berrettini

Doubles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1963 Naples
Boro Jovanović
and Nikola Pilić
Ismail El Shafei
and Fathi Mohammed Ali
José Luis Arilla
and Manuel Santana
Nicola Pietrangeli
and Orlando Sirola
1967 Tunis
José Luis Arilla
and Manuel Santana
Juan Gisbert
and Manuel Orantes
Vittorio Crotta
and Giordano Maioli
1971 İzmir
Juan Gisbert
and Manuel Orantes
José Guerrero
and Antonio Muñoz
Adriano Panatta
and Antonio Zugarelli
1975 Algiers
Carlo Borea
and Enzo Vattuone
Ángel Giménez
and Miguel Mir
Sebti Bounaib
and Abdeslam Mahmoudi
Zoltan Ilin
and Dragan Savić
1979 Split
Marco Alciati
and Patrizio Parrini
Zoltan Ilin
and Zoran Petković
Fernando Luna
and Alberto Martorell
1983 Casablanca
Martín Jaite
and Javier Soler
Ahmed El-Mehelmy
and Tarek-Shawki El-Sakka
Luca Bottazzi
and Simone Colombo
1987 Latakia
Omar Camporese
and Eugenio Rossi
Arafat Chekrouni
and Abdel-Khadek Nadini
Fernando García Lleó
and Luis Riba
1991 Athens
Massimo Boscatto
and Stefano Pescosolido
Alberto Berasategui
and Àlex Corretja
Younes El Aynaoui
and Mohammed Ridaoui
1993 Languedoc-Rousillon Massimo Bertolini
and Mosé Navarra
Alberto Berasategui
and Jordi Burillo
Younes El Aynaoui
and Mohammed Ridaoui
1997 Bari
Gabrio Castrichella
and Vincenzo Santopadre
Iztok Božič
and Borut Urh
Alberto Martín
and Fernando Vicente
2001 Tunis
Konstantinos Economidis
and Anastasios Vasiliadis
Abdelhak Hameurlaine
and Noureddine Mahmoudi
Mounir El Aarej
and Mehdi Tahiri
2005 Almería
Nicolás Almagro
and Guillermo García-López
Lamine Ouahab
and Slimane Saoudi
Boštjan Ošabnik
and Grega Žemlja
2009 Pescara
Matteo Marrai
and Gianluca Naso
Daniel Danilović
and Goran Tošić
Roberto Bautista Agut
and Gerard Granollers
2013 Mersin
Blaž Rola
and Tomislav Ternar
Haythem Abid
and Malek Jaziri
Albert Alcaraz Ivorra
and David Pérez Sanz
2018 Tarragona
Corentin Denolly
and Alexandre Müller
Aziz Dougaz
and Anis Ghorbel
Sarp Ağabigün
and Anıl Yüksel

Women's

Singles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1979 Split
Mima Jaušovec Daniela Porzio Mónica Álvarez
1983 Casablanca
Renata Šašak Laura Golarsa Olga Tsarbopoulou
1987 Latakia
Conchita Martínez Angeliki Kanellopoulou Francesca Romano
1991 Athens
Katia Piccolini Pilar Pérez Nathalie Baudone
1993 Languedoc-Rousillon Maja Murić Virginia Ruano Pascual Lea Ghirardi
1997 Bari
Tathiana Garbin Maria Paola Zavagli Ana Alcázar
2001 Tunis
Bahia Mouhtassine Eleni Daniilidou Lourdes Domínguez Lino
2005 Almería
Laura Pous Tió Nuria Llagostera Vives Matea Mezak
2009 Pescara
Evelyn Mayr Laura Pous Tió Eva Fernández Brugués
2013 Mersin
Çağla Büyükakçay Sara Sorribes Tormo Federica Di Sarra
2018 Tarragona
Başak Eraydın Fiona Ferro Veronika Erjavec

Doubles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1979 Split
Mima Jaušovec
and Renata Šašak
Mónica Álvarez
and Beatriz Pellón
Patrizia Murgo
and Antonella Rosa
1983 Casablanca
Ana Almansa
and Margarita Vaquero
Laura Golarsa
and Jessica Zanelli
Laura Garrone
and Nicoletta Virgintino
1987 Latakia
Angeliki Kanellopoulou
and Olga Tsarbopoulou
Giovanna Carotenuto
and Francesca Romano
Virginie Buisson
and Sabrine Santoro
1991 Athens
Nathalie Baudone
and Katia Piccolini
Francesca Romano
and Elena Savoldi
Neus Ávila
and Pilar Pérez
1993 Languedoc-Rousillon Maja Murić
and Silvija Talaja
Lea Ghirardi
and Carole Lucarelli
Eva Jiménez
and Virginia Ruano Pascual
1997 Bari
Christína Papadáki
and Christina Zachariadou
Tathiana Garbin
and Maria Paola Zavagli
Duygu Akşit Oal
and Gülberk Gültekin
2001 Tunis
Eleni Daniilidou
and Maria Pavlidou
Lourdes Domínguez Lino
and María José Martínez Sánchez
Valentina Sassi
and Nathalie Viérin
2005 Almería
Nuria Llagostera Vives
and Laura Pous Tió
Matea Mezak
and Ana Vrljić
Stefania Chieppa
and Verdiana Verardi
2009 Pescara
Eva Fernández Brugués
and Laura Pous Tió
Çağla Büyükakçay
and Pemra Özgen
Fatima El Allami
and Nadia Lalami
2013 Mersin
Çağla Büyükakçay
and Pemra Özgen
Anastasia Grymalska
and Federica Di Sarra
Nour Abbes
and Ons Jabeur
2018 Tarragona
Başak Eraydın
and İpek Öz
Nefisa Berberović
and Dea Herdželaš
Marina Bassols Ribera
and Eva Guerrero Álvarez

Medal tables

All years

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Spain (ESP)15181851
2 Italy (ITA)15111743
3 Greece (GRE)5229
4 Yugoslavia (YUG)43310
5 Turkey (TUR)4329
6 Morocco (MAR)41510
7 Slovenia (SLO)2125
8 Croatia (CRO)2114
9 France (FRA)1225
10 Egypt (EGY)0303
11 Algeria (ALG)0224
 Tunisia (TUN)0224
13 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)0101
 Monaco (MON)0101
 Montenegro (MNE)0101
Totals (15 nations)525256160


Players with 3 or more medals

RankNameGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Laura Pous Tió3104
2 Manuel Santana2114
3 Manuel Orantes2103
Çağla Büyükakçay2103
5 Juan Gisbert1304
6 José Luis Arilla1023
Younes El Aynaoui1023
8 Francesca Romano0213
9 Alberto Berasategui0123
Zoltan Ilin0123

References

  1. "1963 Naples" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  2. "1967 Tunis" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  3. "1971 İzmir" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  4. "1975 Algiers" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 September 2015. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  5. "1979 Split" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  6. "1983 Casablanca" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 September 2015. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  7. "1987 Latakia" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  8. "1991 Athens" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 July 2013. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  9. "1993 Languedoc-Roussillon" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  10. "1997 Bari" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  11. "2001 Tunis" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 July 2013. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  12. "2005 Almería" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 June 2014. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  13. "2009 Pescara" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 July 2013. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  14. "2013 Mersin" (PDF). cijm.org.gr. Retrieved 3 June 2014.
  15. "2018 Tarragona" (PDF). Retrieved 1 July 2018.
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