Fritz Felix Pipes (also "Piepes"; 15 April 1887 – ?) was an Austrian tennis player who was born in Prague. He was Jewish, and was a medical doctor. At the 1912 Stockholm Olympics he teamed up with Arthur Zborzil to win a silver medal in the men's doubles event.
|Full name||Fritz Felix Pipes|
|Born||15 April 1887|
|Olympic Games||1R (1908)|
He was runner-up in the Austrian International Championship in both 1909 and 1913. He twice played at the World Hard Court Championships, losing in round one of singles in 1912 and in the quarterfinals of mixed doubles in 1912, and in round two in 1913.
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