Adolfo Cambiaso (born April 15, 1975) is an Argentine professional polo player with a 10-goal handicap rating. He is currently ranked number one in the world.
From an early age his mother, Martina de Estrada Lainez, encouraged her son Adolfo and his half brothers to play polo. By age 12 he had a 1-goal handicap, and a year later, with a 3-goal rating, he won the Eduardo Heguy Cup with team La Martina, playing with his father (also Adolfo). In 1989, at age 14 and with the San Diego team, he won the Campaña del Desierto Cup, and a year later the Renault Cup Open with La Martina, gaining a 6-goal handicap.
Cambiaso traveled abroad regularly, winning 24 tournaments in Argentina, England and the USA, while playing for teams like La Martina, Ellerstina/Ellerston White and others. In 1994 he won the "Triple Corona" (Argentine Open, Hurlingham Open, Tortugas Cup) with Ellerstina, and his handicap rating was raised to 10-goals, the youngest player to attain this.