What Is Marin Čilić Worth?
Marin Čilić's Net Worth is $16.3 million
Cilic began playing on the junior ITF circuit in spring 2004. At the start he played on clay courts, winning the La Vie Junior Cup Villach in singles and the Dutch Junior Open in doubles. He then qualified for the 2004 US Open, where he lost in the second round to Sam Querrey. In 2005, he won the French Open title in Boys’ singles, beating Andy Murray in the semifinal and Antal van der Duim in the final. He finished 2005 ranked number two behind American Donald Young. While on the junior circuit, he won six tournaments in singles and four in doubles with his Canadian partner, Greg Kates.
Before representing Croatia, he played for Bosnia and Herzegovina as a junior with partner Zachary Rosen.
In 2004, Cilic played one Futures event (Croatia F1), at which he reached the second round; he finished the year tied at No. 1463 on the rankings of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP Tour).
In 2008, Cilic reached the semifinals at the Chennai Open, in both singles and doubles. In the singles, he was defeated by Mikhail Youzhny, who went on to win the tournament.
Cilic won his first title of 2009 and second career ATP title in the 2009 Chennai Open, defeating first-time finalist Somdev Devvarman.
Cilic won the 2010 Chennai Open final, beating Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland in straight sets.
Cilic began the season with a first-round loss to Kei Nishikori in Chennai, failing to defend his title.
Cilic did not play at the 2012 Australian Open but did play at Indian Wells, where he lost in the second round to David Nalbandian. He was defeated by Juan Martín del Potro in the third round of Miami and the French Open.
Cilic started this year at the Chennai Open, where he lost to Benoît Paire in the quarterfinal. In the 2013 Australian Open he was seeded 12th but was upset in the third round by Andreas Seppi in a five-set match.
Cilic returned to the tour in Brisbane. He defeated Denis Istomin and Grigor Dimitrov to reach the quarterfinal, where he lost to Kei Nishikori. In Sydney, he lost to Denis Istomin in the second round. At the 2014 Australian Open second round, Cilic lost to Gilles Simon in five sets.
A shoulder injury prevented Cilic from playing the Brisbane International and Australian Open.
In the first major of the year, Australian Open 2016, Marin Cilic was seeded 12, but he was upset by Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut in the third round.
At the Indian Wells, he reached the fourth round and lost to number 15 seed David Goffin. At the Miami Masters, he was defeated by Gilles Simon in the third round.
Marin Cilic started his 2017 season as first seed at the Chennai Open but lost to J. Kovalík in the second round. In the first major of the year, 2017 Australian Open, Marin Cilic also lost in the second round to D. Evans.
Marin Čilić Biography
Marin Cilic was born 28 September 1988 in Kristine, Medjugorje, a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina.He is a Croatian professional tennis player. Over the course of his career.
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