37 Facts About Lukasz Kubot


Lukasz Kubot is a two-time Grand Slam champion in doubles, having won the 2014 Australian Open with Robert Lindstedt, as well as the 2017 Wimbledon Championships with Marcelo Melo.

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Lukasz Kubot has won 27 doubles titles on the ATP Tour, including four at Masters 1000 level, all alongside Melo.

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Lukasz Kubot has had success in singles, achieving a career-high ranking of world No 41 in April 2010 and reaching the quarterfinals of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships.

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Lukasz Kubot reached the final at the 2009 Serbia Open and the 2010 Brasil Open.

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Lukasz Kubot has represented Poland in the Davis Cup since 2001, competing at three editions of the Summer Olympics.

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Lukasz Kubot's parents are Dorota and Janusz Kubot, a football player and coach.

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Lukasz Kubot speaks five languages: Polish, Czech, German, English, and Russian.

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Lukasz Kubot started 2009 by competing in the qualifying rounds of Qatar ExxonMobil Open and the Australian Open, but he fell in the final round.

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Lukasz Kubot then continued to play in qualifying, but failed to qualify.

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Lukasz Kubot defeated Arsenije Zlatanovic, Igor Andreev, Kristof Vliegen, and an upset victory over second seed Ivo Karlovic.

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Lukasz Kubot then lost in straight sets against World No 3 and top seed Novak Djokovic, in his first final.

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Lukasz Kubot became the first Pole to reach an ATP final in 26 years.

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Lukasz Kubot reached the doubles final at the same event partnering Oliver Marach, which he won.

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Lukasz Kubot then lost in the first rounds of Shanghai and Vienna.

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Lukasz Kubot started his 2010 campaign in Doha, where he reached the quarterfinals, losing to Viktor Troicki, after recording straight-set wins over Karim Maamoun and Sergiy Stakhovsky.

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Lukasz Kubot then played in the Australian Open, where he reached his first fourth round in a Grand Slam tournament.

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Lukasz Kubot earned this spot by defeating Mischa Zverev, and Santiago Giraldo, and through the withdrawal of 20th seed Mikhail Youzhny.

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Lukasz Kubot earned that by defeating Oscar Hernandez, Albert Montanes, and Fabio Fognini, in straight sets.

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Lukasz Kubot came back against fourth seed Igor Andreev in the semifinals.

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Lukasz Kubot then suffered early losses in his next three tournaments to credible players in the 2010 Copa Telmex, losing to Juan Monaco, in the 2010 Abierto Mexicano Telcel to Fernando Verdasco, and the 2010 BNP Paribas Open to David Nalbandian.

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Lukasz Kubot then regained form, reaching the quarterfinals of the 2010 Grand Prix Hassan II, losing to Potito Starace.

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At the 2011 French Open, Lukasz Kubot was down two sets to none in his first-round match against 11th seed Nicolas Almagro.

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Lukasz Kubot progressed to the third round, before he was ousted.

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Lukasz Kubot earned the nickname "Lukasz the Lionhearted" for his aggressive style of play.

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Lukasz Kubot made the quarterfinals in Memphis, before losing to Benjamin Becker.

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Lukasz Kubot made the quarterfinals in Bucharest, only to meet and lose to Gilles Simon.

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Lukasz Kubot made the third round of the French Open, losing to Belgian David Goffin.

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Lukasz Kubot made the quarterfinals in Gstaad, where he lost to Grigor Dimitrov.

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Lukasz Kubot won the tournament in Stuttgart, partnering Jeremy Chardy.

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Lukasz Kubot beat Igor Andreev in the first round before getting a walkover after second round opponent Steve Darcis withdrew through injury.

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Lukasz Kubot then beat Benoit Paire and Adrian Mannarino before losing in a historic all-Polish slam quarterfinal against Jerzy Janowicz.

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Lukasz Kubot participated in the mixed doubles, where he was partnered with the 2015 WTA Finals winner, Agnieszka Radwanska.

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Radwanska and Lukasz Kubot lost to the Romanian pair of Irina Camelia Begu and Horia Tecau in the first round.

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In Halle, Marcelo Melo and Lukasz Lukasz Kubot—who went undefeated on grass last year—defended their title, beating Alexander and Mischa Zverev in the final.

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Lukasz Kubot enjoyed another milestone in Acapulco by picking up his 400th tour-level doubles victory.

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Lukasz Kubot accomplished the feat in the semi-final win against Nikola Cacic and Dusan Lajovic.

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At the start of 2021 Lukasz Kubot partnered with Wesley Koolhof to reach the third round at the 2021 Australian Open.

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