Camille Benjamin

Camille Benjamin ( born February 6, 1966 in Cleveland, United States) is a former American tennis player.

  • 2.2.1 singles final in WTA tournaments
  • 2.2.2 doubles final at WTA tournaments
  • 2.3.1 Single
  • 2.3.2 double
  • 2.4.1 Single


Camille Benjamin is the daughter of Panamanian immigrants whose parents were themselves emigrated from Jamaica to Panama. Her father, Carl Benjamin, was a math professor at Bakersfield College.

During her career, Benjamin could reach three finals on the WTA Tour, which they won one each in singles and in doubles. At Grand Slam tournaments was their biggest success of the semi-finals of the French Open in 1984, albeit in a Chris Evert had to be clearly beaten 0:6, 0:6 itself.


Tournament Win

Title at WTA tournaments

Single title at ITF tournaments

Doubles title at WTA tournaments


Singles final in WTA tournaments

Doubles final at WTA tournaments

Grand Slam results



Q ( qualification), 1R ( first round ), 2R (2nd round ), 3R (3rd round ), AF ( second round ), VF ( quarter-finals ), HF ( semi-finals ), F ( Final ), S ( win).

Year-end rankings