|Born||8 August 1946|
Zagreb, SR Croatia, Yugoslavia
|Died||15 July 2018(aged 71)|
Šurbek's won two World Championship titles in the Men's Doubles event. He won gold medals in 1979 (with Stipančić) and in 1983 (with Zoran Kalinić). In the Men's Singles event, he won the bronze medal three times (in 1971, 1973 and 1981).
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- Dragutin Surbek, the Lion of Zagreb, passes away
| The Best Athlete of Yugoslavia
| Yugoslav Sportsman of the Year
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