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Marin Cilic

tennis player
Born September 28, 1988 in Medugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina (former Yugoslavia)
Height 6'6" (197 cm)
Weight 180 lbs (82 kg)
Plays Right-handed
Coach Bob Brett (2004–2013), Goran Ivanišević (2013–July of 2016) Thomas Bjorkman (August of 2017-)
Bio Marin Čilić is a Croatian professional tennis player. His career-high ATP singles ranking is world No. 4, achieved on October 16, 2017.
Čilić first came to international prominence by defeating then world No. 2 Andy Murray in the fourth round of the 2009 US Open. He followed this by reaching the semi finals of the 2010 Australian Open, where he was defeated by Murray.
In 2014 in his first GS final ever he beat in straight sets the also first time finalist Kei Nishikori. Čilić was runner-up at the 2017 Wimbledon Championships, and was a semifinalist at the 2015 US Open as defending champion.

Čilić developed his career at a young age; his potential was realized by local hometown coaches who saw him play and encouraged his move to Zagreb for further training. He was soon befriended by his fellow countryman Goran Ivanišević who introduced him to coach Bob Brett. He turned professional in 2005.

Čilić was born to Croatian parents and grew up in Međugorje, a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He was raised as a Roman Catholic.
His father Zdenko was determined that his sons—Marin and older brothers Vinko and Goran—would have the opportunities he lacked in playing sports. When the first tennis courts in the town were built in 1991, Marin and his friends were amongst the first to play on them. At the recommendation of Goran Ivanišević, Čilić moved in 2004 to San Remo, Italy at the age of 15 to work with Ivanišević's former coach Bob Brett.
Čilić is known to support the Italian Serie A side, A.C. Milan.

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Misc Čilić plays with the Head YouTek Graphene Instinct Midplus and uses the Luxilon Big Banger Alu Power Tennis strings. He wears Li-Ning apparel since the 2011 season, switching over from Fila.
Tournament AO RG W US Win-Loss
2007 R128 R128 R128 A 0-3
2008 R16 R64 R16 R32 9-4
2009 R16 R16 R32 QF 12-4
2010 SF R16 R128 R64 9-4
2011 R16 R128 R128 R32 5-4
2012 A R32 R16 QF 9-3
2013 R32 R32 R64 A 5-3
2014 R64 R32 QF CH 14-3
2015 A R16 QF SF 12-3
2016 R32 R128 QF R32 8-4
2017 R64 QF A A 5-2
Win-Loss 20-9 20-11 21-10 27-7 88-37