Once Poland's top-ranked singles player, Lukasz Kubot has captured eight doubles titles in his career. A skilled serve-and-volleyer, Kubot considers his forehand his best shot. He showed his skills on clay in reaching the 2011 French Open fourth round and Stuttgart semifinals, finishing 2011 with a career-high, year-end ranking of No. 57 despite missing two months with a left wrist injury. Kubot and compatriot Jerzy Janowicz made history at the 2013 Wimbledon facing off in the first all-Polish Grand Slam quarterfinal. Kubot, who had celebrated previous Wimbledon wins with his high-kicking Can Can dance, fell in straight sets. Playing their first Grand Slam tournament together, Kubot and Robert Lindstedt won the Australian Open title in January, 2014. Kubot 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.
Lukasz Kubot Tournament History
No career titles
2014: Australian Open
2010: Bucharest, Acapulco, Santiago
2009: Vienna, Belgrade, Casablanca