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- Age: 31 (16.05.1982)
- Birthplace: Boleslawiec, Poland
- Residence: Lubin, Poland
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 190 lbs (86 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2002
- Coach: Jan Stoces
- Website: http://www.lukasz-kubot.com
As of 03.03.2014
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Began playing at age nine...Father, Janusz, is a soccer coach; mother, Dorota...Has a younger sister, Paulina, who is studying physiotherapy...Strengths of game are serve, return and forehand and favourite surfaces are clay and slow hard courts...His best junior Grand Slam result was QF at Wimbledon in singles and doubles in 2000...Players he admired growing up were Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Stefan Edberg and Jonas Bjorkman...In July 2013, he was awarded the Gold Cross of Merit by Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski...Fitness trainer is Ivan Machytka.
2013 -- The No. 3 player from Poland (behind No. 21 Janowicz, No. 58 Przysiezny) finished in Top 75 for 4th year in a row, highlighted by 1st Grand Slam QF at Wimbledon (l. to countryman Janowicz). It was 1st time at a Grand Slam 2 Poles had reached QF. Afterwards jumped from No. 130 to No. 62…Also 2R at Roland Garros (l. to Paire) and 1R at Australian Open (l. to Gimeno-Traver in 5 sets) and US Open (l. to Nieminen)…Played in Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs. Australia and lost to Hewitt and Tomic…In doubles, won 8th career title in Acapulco (w/Marrero) and finished No. 37 in doubles…Compiled records of 4-8 on hard, 3-2 on grass and 1-7 on clay. Earned a career-high $759,319…
2012 -- The No. 2 player from Poland (behind No. 26 Janowicz) won a career-best 23 matches on ATP World Tour with 3 QF results – Memphis (l. to Becker) in February, Bucharest (l. to Simon) in April and Gstaad (l. to Dimitrov) in July...Best Grand Slam result was 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Goffin)...In doubles, won 7th career title in Stuttgart (w/Chardy) and runner-up at Bucharest (w/Chardy) and ATP Masters 1000 Rome (w/Tipsarevic)...Compiled records of 11-15 on hard, 8-8 on clay and 3-4 on grass. Went 0-3 vs. Top 10 opponents and posted 2 Top 20 wins over No. 19 Dolgopolov in Rotterdam and No. 20 Granollers in Gstaad...
2011 -- The top player from Poland finished a year-end best No. 57, his 2nd straight Top 70 ranking…Won a personal-best 17 matches, highlighted by SF in Stuttgart (l. to Andujar) in July and QF in Acapulco (l. to Bellucci) in February, both on clay...In Grand Slam play, qualified at Roland Garros (d. No. 12 Almagro en route to 3R, l. to Falla) and Wimbledon (d. No. 8 Monfils en route to 4R, l. to F. Lopez in 5 sets)...Missed 2 months due to a left wrist injury and returned Sept. 26 in Kuala Lumpur...Went 1-3 vs. Top 10 opponents with win over Monfils…Was 9-7 on clay, 5-9 on hard and 3-1 on grass...
2010 -- The top Polish player finished in Top 100 for first time at No. 70 with a personal-high 15 match wins…Reached a career-high No. 41 on April 12…Posted a career-best 4th RD at Australian Open followed by his second career ATP World Tour final in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Ferrero)…In doubles, won titles in Santiago and Acapulco while reaching four SFs, including Rome* and Cincinnati*…Finished No. 6 in ATP Team Rankings (w/Marach) and No. 10 individually…Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London and went 1-2 in round robin play… Earned a career-high $702,394.
2009 -- The top Pole narrowly missed becoming first player from his country to finish in Top 100 in singles since Wojtek Fibak was No. 62 in 1985…Reached his first ATP World Tour final in Belgrade as a lucky loser in May (l. to Djokovic)…First Polish finalist since Fibak in Basel in 1983…Qualified seven times…Reached QF in Stuttgart (l. to Kiefer) two months later…In October, posted first Top 10 win over No. 6 Roddick in 1st RD in Beijing (l. to Ljubicic)…Also qualified at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events in Shanghai and Paris…Afterwards broke into Top 100 from No. 111 to No. 89…In doubles, teamed with Marach to capture three titles — Casablanca, Belgrade and Vienna — and qualify for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London where they went 2-1 in round-robin play…Finished No. 7 in ATP Team Rankings and No. 12 individually…Earned a career-high $495,195.
2008 -- Captured Oberstaufen Challenger and reached SFs at Szczecin…In doubles won Challengers at Busan, Prostejov and Lanzarote (w/De Voest), Karshi, Helsinki, Cancun and Seoul (all w/Marach), Bratislava (w/Cermak) and Fergana (w/Kravchuk)…Runner-up in Bukhara, Dnepropetrovsk and Szczecin (all w/Marach)…
2007 -- Reached SF at Poznan and Andrezieux Challengers…In doubles, reached finals at Casablanca (w/ Marach) and Lyon (w/Zovko) and advanced to SF at Delray Beach (w/Pavel) and Sopot (w/Marach)…In Challengers, won title at Casablanca and Tunis (both w/Marach) and runner-up at Cherbourg Challenger (w/Norman)…
2006 -- Reached final at Dharwad Challenger and advanced to three SFs…Turned in Grand Slam-best 3rd RD showing at US Open (l. to Davydenko)…In doubles, won title at Napoli Challenger(w/Cibulec) and reached SFs in Doha and Sopot (both w/Marach)…
2005 -- Won title at Donetsk Challenger, reached final at Joplin Challenger and four SFs and four QFs…In doubles won two Challenger titles (both w/Marach) and reached final in Mexico City, Seoul (both w/De Voest) and Poznan (w Urban)…
2004 -- Won four Futures titles…Reached two SFs and two QFs in Challengers…In doubles, won title Canberra and reached final at three Challengers…
2003 -- Advanced to SF at Togliatti Challenger and QFs at Hamburg and Donetsk Challengers…In doubles, won first title at Valladolid Challenger (w Kato) and reached Final in Mordovia (w Tereskchuk)…
2001 -- Reached first Challenger final in Sopot (l. to Ferrer)…
2000 -- Advanced to QF at Sopot Challenger.
The Pole captured the Australian Open doubles title with Lindstedt, beating Butorac-Klaasen in their third tour-level event...The pair beat No. 4 Dodig-Melo in 3R and No. 13 Llodra-Mahut in SFs...Became the first Polish man to win a Grand Slam men’s doubles title since Wojtek Fibak won with Kim Warwick at the 1978 Australian Open...