MONTE-CARLO ROLEX MASTERS 2014
Cilic, Ivanisevic Visit Monte Carlo Charities
by ATP Staff|
The 25-year-old Cilic, who reached the second round at this week's Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters (l. to Wawrinka), watched on with Ivanisevic as athletes trained at the facility. Special Olympics Monaco provides training and competition in Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
The duo also signed autographs and posed for pictures. The athletes and volunteers at the Special Olympics Monaco were extremely happy to meet both Cilic and Ivanisevic, especially members of the skilled tennis team.
In the afternoon, Cilic talked with Fight Aids Monaco, visiting the organisation's office to learn more about their charitable efforts.
The Croat, who has been ranked as high as No. 9 in the Emirates ATP Rankings, has already won two titles in 2014 (Zagreb, Delray Beach). He has also compiled a 23-7 FedEx ATP Win/Loss Match Record for the season.
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