Marin Cilic is a Croatian professional tennis player who was born on September 28, 1988. Cilic has 20 ATP Tour singles titles to his name, including the 2014 US Open. Additionally, he finished second in 2018 Australian Open and the 2017 Wimbledon Championships.
In the men’s doubles competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, he and Ivan Dodig took home the silver medal. His highest singles position in his career is No. 3, which he attained on January 28, 2018.
Marin has advanced to the semifinal round or beyond in each of the four major tournaments, and the quarterfinal round.
Marin Čilić Parents: Koviljka Čilić, Zdenko Čilić
Koviljka Čilić and Zdenko Čilić lived in SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, a town in the Herzegovina region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. They were Bosnian Croats. They were practicing Catholic and raised all their children with Catholic principles.
Zdenko Čilić was determined to provide his sons, Marin, Vinko, and Goran with the opportunities he lacked in playing sports. When the first tennis courts in the town were built in 1991, Marin and his friends were among the first to play on them.