Borna Coric

Born Nov 14, 1996
Nationality United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates

Borna Coric is a Croatian professional tennis player who was born on November 14, 1996 in Zagreb, Croatia. Coric plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand and stands at 6 feet and 1 inch. He turned pro in 2013, and is currently coached by Kristijan Schneider and Riccardo Piatti.

Coric is considered as one of the most talented young players and just recently, he was able to reach his highest rank at No. 28 in the World Rankings as of April 2018.

As a junior player, Coric was able to reach the semifinal round of the French and Australian Open junior events. He was also able to win the singles event at the US Open against Thanasi Kokkinakis of Australia. In the 2013 season, he was able to move to the No. 1 spot of the junior rankings.

The following year, Coric started his year right with a victory against No. 21 Jerzy Janowicz at Day 1 of the Davis Cup. During his first appearance at a Grand Slam tournament, he defeated Lukas Rosol during the first round, but fell against Victor Estrella Burgos. Later that year, Coric was awarded the ATP Star of Tomorrow as he was the youngest player within the Top 100.

Coric has had an impressive career so far, with a career record of 94 victories vs 93 losses. He does have 1 career title to his name and no Grand Slam titles so far. But his victories against top seeded players have boosted Coric through the ranks. He currently stands at No. 39 as of April 2018.

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