Peter Luczak

Peter Luczak

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Peter Luczak

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Peter Luczak (born 31 August 1979 in Warsaw, Poland) is a professional tennis player for Australia. His career-high ATP Entry ranking was No. 64 on October 12, 2009.At the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi, Luczak won the gold in the doubles.

Luczak came to Australia at 9 months of age, when his parents, Eva and Kris, left Warsaw in 1980, He did not have major success at junior level and was not able to receive funding from Tennis Australia or have a major sponsor. Luczak was able to gain a tennis scholarship at Fresno State University, without the financial burden.

During his time at Fresno, Luczak holds the record for most career singles wins. He went 27–0 in senior season at Fresno State before being upset in first round of NCAA Tournament.

Tennis career

Luczak turned professional in 2000 and spent the year playing on the ATP Futures and ATP Challenger Series circuit during his break from university. In 2000 he made the Futures final in Clearwater losing to Dmitry Tursunov. Luczak won 4 Futures titles in 2001 and...
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