- Born19 September 1944
- Birth PlaceSydney, NSW
- Playing StatusRetired
Dibley’s highest singles ranking was No.35 in 1973 and he won four singles titles and 17 doubles.
He retired from the circuit in 1980 and became involved in real estate.
From 1996 to 2002 he was the director of tennis at the Orange Lawn Tennis Club in South Orange, New Jersey.
He has three children, Shea, Troy and Alana. A right-hander, Dibley was known for having an enormous serve.
He played Davis Cup from 1971 to 1974, holding a 13-6 win–loss record (8-4 singles, 5-2 doubles).
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