General Bronislaw
Lewandowski
Male
Poland
1947-08-31
, Poland
1998-02-11
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About

Wimbledon junior semi-finalist, played in two Davis Cup ties for Poland during his career. He won a singles and doubles rubber in Poland's 5–0 win over Israel in 1967 and then in 1968 lost his two singles rubbers against Belgium, with both going to a fifth set (lost to Eric Drossart and Patrick Hombergen)

His career was ended prematurely due to health concerns. He later captained Poland's Davis Cup team and was serving in that role when he died of heart failure in 1998, at the age of 50.



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Archive statistics 1965 - 1969
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49
19


Tournaments Polish International Championships - 1969 Coupe Centropa - under 23's - 1969 Zinnowitz - 1969 Monte Carlo - 1968 Roland Garros - 1968 Beaulieu - 1968 Cannes Championships - 1968 Italian International Championships - 1968 South of France Championships - 1968 Menton - 1968 Macomber Cup - Monte Carlo 23's - 1968 Polish Indoor - 1968 Brussels Cup - 1968 Roland Garros - 1967 Cannes Carlton - 1967 Cannes Championships - 1967 Italian International Championships - 1967 Yugoslavian International Championships - 1967 King's Cup - Second Round a - 1967 Aix-en-Provence - 1967 Gstaad - 1967 Zinnowitz - 1967 King's Cup - Quarter Final b - 1967 Polish International Championships - 1966 Coupe de Galea - 1966 Zinnowitz - 1966 King's Cup - First Round d - 1965

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