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Wojtek Fibak Biography
Wojtek Fibak (born August 3, 1952) was a Polish tennis player best known for his doubles success with Tom Okker and Kim Warwick.


Born in Poznan, Poland, he won his first tournament in 1976, and between then and 1982 won 12 singles titles. His best year was arguably 1980, where he reached the quarter-final in the French Open at Roland Garros, the US Open and Wimbledon. His career win-loss record was 403-241.

The highlight of his career was winning the Australian Open men's doubles in 1978 with Kim Warwick. They beat Paul Kronk and Cliff Letcher 7-6, 7-5 to take the title.

In 1985 he founded the Polish Tennis Club (Polish Tennis Association of Southern California).
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