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- Age: 28 (08.08.1985)
- Birthplace: Jajce, Bosnia-Herzegovina
- Residence: Melbourne, Australia
- Height: 6'4" (193 cm)
- Weight: 190 lbs (86 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2003
- Coach: Mark Woodforde
As of 28.07.2014
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Started playing tennis aged 10...Father is Branko, mother is Ljubica...Favourite player is Marat Safin...Considered his strengths a solid groundstroke game and a sound volley...Enjoys Italian and Greek food...Favourite movie is The Godfather...Hobbies include playing football, basketball and poker.
2013 -- The No. 3 Aussie (behind No. 51 Tomic, No. 61 Hewitt) finished in Top 65 for 2nd year in a row after reaching a personal-high No. 39 on Feb. 25…His best result was SF in Memphis (d. Querrey in 2R, Dolgopolov in QF, ret. vs. Nishikori with right foot bruise). Afterwards, reached ranking of No. 39 on Feb. 25…During North American summer circuit, turned in back-to-back QF in Washington (d. No. 13 Raonic, l. to Tursunov) and ATP Masters 1000 in Montréal (d. No.12 Haas-ret., l. to eventual champ Nadal)…In Grand Slam play (0-4 record), lost in 1R at Australian Open (l. to Cilic), Roland Garros (l. to No. 5 Ferrer), Wimbledon (l. to Rufin) and US Open (l. to Robredo)…In doubles (w/Hewitt), finished 1st ATP final in San Jose (l. to Malisse-Moser 10-4 in Match TB). They defeated Bryans in QF and overall won 3 Match TB…Compiled records of 15-14 on hard, 2-7 on clay and 1-4 on grass while earning a career-high $521,331…
2012 -- The No. 1 Aussie was voted by his peers as ATP Most Improved Player of Year as he climbed from No. 201 in previous season to a year-end best No. 49...In March in Delray Beach he broke through to reach his 1st ATP World Tour final. Qualified with 3 straight-set wins and posted victories over Karlovic, Bogomolov Jr., 2010 champion Gulbis and Sela before losing to Anderson. Jumped from No. 173 to No. 129 on March 5...Prior to Delray Beach, had a 3-15 record on the ATP World Tour and had never won back-to-back main draw matches...On home soil, won Caloundra Challenger on Feb. 12, beating countryman Jones...In late July, reached SF in Los Angeles (l. to Berankis). Has played well on other surfaces, reaching QF on clay in Munich (l. to Kohlschreiber), on grass in Eastbourne (l. to Darcis) and indoors in Vienna (l. to del Potro)...Played in 3 of 4 Grand Slam tournaments and lost in 1R in each – Australian Open (l. to No. 15 Monfils), Wimbledon (l. to Malisse) and US Open (l. to No. 13 Cilic in 5 sets after 2-0 set lead)...Compiled records of 13-15 on hard, 2-3 on grass and 2-1 on clay. His highest-ranked win came over No. 19 Gasquet in Eastbourne. Earned a career-high $382,103...
2011 -- Was 25-9 in ATP qualifying matches, making 6 main draws. As qualifier, reached 2R at ATP events in Atlanta and Washington. Reached 3 Challenger QF...
2010 -- Was 8-9 in ATP qualifying matches, making 2 main draws. Won Challenger titles in Calabasas and Aptos while reaching Ojai final...
2009 -- Was finalist at Challenger in Melbourne. Reached 2 other SF. Also claimed 1 Futures title...
Replaced Verdasco in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo draw as a lucky loser; fell to Cilic in 1R…On 6 May, became lucky loser in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid after Djokovic’s withdrawal (arm)…Fell to Chardy in five sets, over 4hrs, 15 mins, in Wimbledon 2R...
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