|Full name||Juan Antonio Pino Pérez|
|Born||3 July 1965|
Pinar del Río, Cuba
|Height||185 cm (6 ft 1 in)|
|Highest ranking||No. 199 (3 February 1997)|
|Highest ranking||No. 170 (11 June 1990)|
Juan Antonio Pino Pérez (born 3 July 1965) is a former professional tennis player from Cuba.
His 26 ties for Cuba includes World Group participation in 1993, which was Cuba's first ever appearance in the main competition, having qualified through the expulsion of the Yugoslav team due to the Bosnian War. Cuba's debut World Group fixture came against Sweden in Kalmar and Pino was picked to play Stefan Edberg in the first rubber. Pino was beaten comfortably by Edberg and also lost a dead rubber to Nicklas Kulti, as Sweden won all matches in the tie. The Cubans then travelled to Saint Petersburg for a relegation play-off against Russia, in which they were again soundly defeated by the more experienced team. Pino lost his two singles matches, to Andrei Cherkasov and Yevgeny Kafelnikov.
In addition to his Davis Cup career, Pino also represented Cuba regularly at the Pan American Games. He won five medals at three separate games, three of which came at the 1991 Pan American Games in the Cuban capital.
During his professional career he made the main draw of four Grand Prix/ATP tour tournaments, all as a doubles player. He twice reached singles finals on the Challenger tour, the first in 1989 where he was runner-up to Daniel Orsanic in Goiania and the other a loss to Roberto Jabali at Bogota in 1996, during which he had an opening round win over Franco Squillari. His one Challenger title came in doubles, the Viña del Mar tournament in 1991, with regular doubles partner Mario Tabares.
|1.||1991||Viña del Mar, Chile||Clay||Mario Tabares|| Gabriel Markus
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