Copa Del Cafe
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Copa del Cafe
Tournament information
Founded1965
LocationSan José
Costa Rica
CategoryITF Junior Grade 1
SurfaceRed clay - outdoors
Websitewww.copacafe.com
Copa del Cafe Center Court

The Copa del Café (Coffee Bowl) is an ITF Grade 1 tennis tournament played every January in San José, Costa Rica. The tournament is part of a junior circuit backed by the International Tennis Federation and supported by the tennis federations of many countries.

The tournament was started in 1965 with a group of tennis players at the Costa Rica Country Club. They formed an Organizing Committee, staffed by volunteer club members. Over the years the tournament has become more prestigious and international. The tournament has received strong international support from top players and dedicated coaches, and this has contributed enormously to its success. It is the oldest junior ITF tournament in Latin America and every year the Coffee Bowl receives entries from more than 40 countries. The tournament has televised night play every day, and averages over 3,000 spectators each day.

Singles champions

Year[1] Boys Girls
1965 South Africa Pat Cramer Not played
1966 Egypt Ismail El Shafei
1967 Rhodesia Andrew Pattison
1968 West Germany Karl Meiler
1969 Czechoslovakia Ji?í H?ebec
1970 South Africa Byron Bertram
1971 United States Brian Gottfried
1972 Spain José Higueras
1973 Sweden Björn Borg
1974 South Africa John Eagleton
1975 Czechoslovakia Tomá? ?míd
1976 Sweden Jan Källqvist
1977 West Germany Andreas Maurer
1978 Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
1979 South Africa Schalk van der Merwe
1980 Italy Luca Bottazzi
1981 Israel Schaker Perkis
1982 Mexico Fernando Pérez Pascal
1983 United States Bobby Blair
1984 United States Shelby Cannon Czechoslovakia Andrea Holíková
1985 El Salvador Miguel Merz Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Karmen ?kulj
1986 Spain Tomás Carbonell Belgium Sandra Wasserman
1987 Finland Janne Holtari Poland Katarzyna Nowak
1988 Venezuela Juan Carlos Bianchi Germany Maja ?ivec-?kulj
1989 Venezuela Juan Carlos Bianchi South Africa Michelle Anderson
1990 South Africa Marcos Ondruska South Africa Michelle Anderson
1991 South Africa John-Laffnie de Jager Mexico Isabela Petrov
1992 Austria Herbert Wiltschnig Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Branislava Ivanovi?
1993 Romania R?zvan Sab?u Paraguay Magalí Benítez
1994 Paraguay Ramón Delgado Slovakia Henrieta Nagyová
1994 Paraguay Ramón Delgado Slovakia Henrieta Nagyová
1995 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Djorde Matijevi? Austria Barbara Schwartz
1996 France Arnaud Di Pasquale Croatia Marijana Kova?evi?
1997 Chile Nicolás Massú Slovenia Maja Matev?i?
1998 Russia Artem Derepasko Germany Mia Buric
1999 United States Levar Harper-Griffith Germany Caroline Ann Basu
2000 France Julien Maigret Croatia Matea Mezak
2001 Serbia Janko Tipsarevi? Argentina Gisela Dulko
2002 Uruguay Marcel Felder Croatia Matea Mezak
2003 The Bahamas Devin Mullings Netherlands Michaëlla Krajicek
2004 Spain Guillermo Alcaide Belarus Olga Govortsova
2005 Netherlands Robin Haase Canada Aleksandra Wozniak
2006 Netherlands Thiemo de Bakker Romania Mihaela Buz?rnescu
2007 Brazil Fernando Romboli Russia Anastasia Pivovarova
2008 Russia Alexei Grigorov Romania Ana Bogdan
2009 Venezuela David Souto United States Madison Keys
2010 Argentina Renzo Olivo Belgium An-Sophie Mestach
2011 Bolivia Hugo Dellien Belgium An-Sophie Mestach
2012 United States Noah Rubin United States Sachia Vickery
2013 Serbia Nikola Milojevi? (tennis) Russia Varvara Flink
2014 Russia Roman Safiullin United States CiCi Bellis
2015 Norway Casper Ruud United States Michaela Gordon
2016 United States J. J. Wolf United States Amanda Anisimova
2017 United States Vasil Kirkov United Kingdom Emily Appleton
2018 France Harold Mayot Colombia María Camila Osorio Serrano
2019 Japan Shintaro Mochizuki United States Abigail Forbes
2020 Brazil Natan Rodrigues China Lan Mi
2021 Cancelled Cancelled
2022 United States Sebastian Gorzny United States Sonya Macavei

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