General Peter
Strobl
Male
Czechoslovakia
1941-03-12
Kolin, Czechoslovakia
2020-04-06
Regensburg, Germany


About

From June 14 to 16, 1968 Strobl was on the way to the semi-finals in Munich with the Davis Cup team of Czechoslovakia. On the way to Munich he and his team (Jan Kodeš and Milan Holeček) made a stopover in Amberg at the invitation of Fritz Blum to do some exhibition matches.

After the invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops in August 1968, Strobl took the train from Czechoslovakia to Germany. Through the contacts that had been made in June 1968, he settled in Amberg.

Strobl was nominated a total of six times for the Davis Cup, of which he was used four times in 1962 and 1963. He won two of five singles and three of four doubles.

After his active career, Strobl worked as a trainer in his adopted home Amberg at the TC Amberg am Schanzl. There he trained, among other things, the first men's team in their most successful period, in which the German championship was won five times (1978 to 1982). The New Zealander Chris Lewis, who made it to the Wimbledon final in 1983, regularly prepared for ATP tournaments with Strobl.

After a long illness Strobl died on April 6, 2020 in the University Hospital Regensburg.



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Archive statistics 1958 - 1975
7
121
64


Tournament wins 1970 - Zell Am See (Open)
1970 - Three Rivers Tournament (Open)
1969 - Bavarian National Championships (Amateur)
1969 - Three Rivers Tournament (Open)
1968 - Herrenalb (Amateur)
1963 - Czechoslovakian Nationals (Open)
1962 - Czechoslovakian Nationals (Open)


Tournaments Zell Am See - 1975 Sixtus International Tournament - 1974 Bad Tölz Blitzturnier - 1974 Three Rivers Tournament - 1973 Rosenheim - 1973 Zell Am See - 1972 Ingolstadt - 1972 Ingolstadt - 1971 Three Rivers Tournament - 1971 Düsseldorf International Tournament - 1970 Zell Am See - 1970 Ingolstadt - 1970 Bavarian National Championships - 1970 Three Rivers Tournament - 1970 International Championships of Egypt - Cairo - 1969 International Championships of Egypt-Alexandria - 1969 Bavarian International Covered Court Championships - 1969 Nuremberg International - 1969 Herrenalb - 1969 Ingolstadt - 1969 Bavarian National Championships - 1969 Three Rivers Tournament - 1969 Marktredwitz General Tournament - 1969 Roland Garros - 1968 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1968 Bavarian International Championships - 1968 Leverkusen International - 1968 Herrenalb - 1968 Austrian Indoor Grand Prix - 1968 International Championships of Egypt - Cairo - 1967 International Championships of Egypt-Alexandria - 1967 Czechoslovakian Test Tournament - 1967 Nations' Cup (Egypt) - 1967 Czechoslovakian Nationals - 1967 Leverkusen International - 1967 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1966 Bavarian International Championships - 1966 Czechoslovakian Test Tournament - 1966 Czechoslovakian Nationals - 1966 Ostrava - 1966 Yugoslavian International Championships - 1965 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1965 Czechoslovakian Nationals - 1965 Monte Carlo - 1964 Paris International Championships - 1964 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1964 Aix-en-Provence - 1964 Catania - 1964 Czechoslovakian Nationals - 1964 Monte Carlo - 1963 Roland Garros - 1963 US Open - 1963 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1963 Aix-en-Provence - 1963 Czechoslovakian Nationals - 1963 Paris International - Qualifying - 1963 Czechoslovakian Nationals - 1962 Bratislava - 1962 USSR International Championships - 1961 Sochi - 1961 Zinnowitz - 1961 Zinnowitz - 1960 Zinnowitz - 1959 Brno - 1958

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