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During the North American summer hard-court swing, Čilić made strong showings in and , losing in both tournaments to the eventual champion in tight three setters Rafael Nadal in Toronto and Novak Djokovic in Cincinnati. At the , he lost in the third round to in straight sets. He finished 2005 ranked number two behind American.

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Marin Čilić Croatian pronunciation: ; born 28 September 1988 is a professional player. Over the course of his career, Čilić has won 18 singles titles, including a title at the. His career-high singles is world No. Čilić first came to international prominence by defeating world No. He was also runner-up at the and the , losing to both times. Čilić has reached at least the quarterfinal in all four major tournaments. He is known for his fast serves and powerful ground-strokes. Marin Čilić Čilić at the Country sports Residence , Born 1988-09-28 28 September 1988 age 29 , Height 1. Čilić started to develop his career at a young age; his first steps of tennis started in. His potential was discovered by local hometown coaches who saw him play and encouraged his move to for further training. He was soon befriended by his countryman to be , who introduced him to coach. Čilić turned professional in 2005, and ultimately hired Ivanišević as his full-time coach in 2013. Čilić parted ways with Ivanišević in late July 2016, after advancing to the semifinals. Marin Čilić was born in Krstine, , a town in region of to parents. He was raised as a. His father Zdenko was determined that his sons — Marin and older brothers Vinko and Goran — would have 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. At the recommendation of , in 2004, at the age of 15, Čilić moved to , to work with Ivanišević's former coach,. He has a younger brother, Mile, who also plays tennis. On 28 April 2018 he married his long time girlfriend Kristina Milković. 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 , where he lost in the second round to. In 2005, he won the title in Boys' singles, beating in the semifinal and in the final. He finished 2005 ranked number two behind American. 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 as a junior with partner Zachary Rosen. He played seven Futures tournaments in 2005, winning one, the Croatia F3 event; two tournaments, in and ; and one ATP International Series tournament, the , where he lost in the opening round. He finished the year ranked No. In 2006, he played three Futures, winning the Croatia F1 and Croatia F2 events. He also played in nine challengers, nine International Series events reaching the semifinals at , and two ties, against and. By the end of the year, he was ranked No. In 2007, he won the first and second professional tournaments of his career: the Casablanca Challenger in April and the Rijeka Challenger in May. In June, at the , he beat in the first round after trailing 2—4 in the final set, and reached the quarterfinals, where he fell to. After that performance, he reached a new career-high ranking of No. In the World Group playoffs in the first round of the , Čilić beat of ; however, Croatia went on to lose the tie, three matches to two. In the singles, he was defeated by , who went on to win the tournament. Čilić made it to the fourth round of the , taking out two on his way, including finalist. He had achieved his goal for the year of reaching the top 40. His fourth-round result at the Australian Open put him at no. Čilić also made it to the fourth round of , beating in five sets in the second round and knocking-out fourteenth seed. At the 2008 Olympics, he reached the second round of the men's singles, beating before losing to. He lost in straight sets to. At the , he defeated in reaching the quarterfinal stage, giving his best performance in a Masters Series tournament to date. He lost in three sets to in the quarterfinals. Čilić played the tournament in , where he won his first ATP title. He defeated , , and in early rounds, then 2007 finalist in the final. Čilić, seeded for the first time at a , reached the third round of the US Open, but lost to in a match that lasted almost four hours. Čilić came back from a break down in each of the second, third, and fourth sets. In the first round, he had defeated in five sets in a match that lasted more than four hours, winning the deciding set. He reached the fourth round of the after beating in straight sets, equalling his 2008 record. In the fourth round, he was defeated by in four sets. Later in the year, Čilić won the , defeating compatriot in the final. He helped his country defeat Chilean opponents in the first-round tie by winning the opening singles match and joining forces with to win the doubles rubber. Čilić reached a career best at the when he beat eighteenth seed in the third round in straight sets. After two competitive sets against the third-seeded , Čilić lost the match. Čilić at the He reached the second round of the , an event, where he was defeated by of France. He beat to make it into the second round at Wimbledon and won a five-set match spread over two days against Sam Querrey. He played another five-set match in the third round against. He recovered from two sets down, but lost 10—8 in the deciding set, having held a match point. During the hard-court season, Čilić was defeated in back-to-back events in the first round. At , he was defeated in straight sets by. He then failed to duplicate his quarterfinal appearance in , losing to. In the , as the 16th seed, he reached the fourth round, after defeating , , and. He defeated Levine after being down two sets to love, coming back to win. He then scored the biggest upset of the with a straight-sets victory over second-seeded in the fourth round. Čilić outclassed Murray by saving all the break points he faced and took advantage of Murray's unforced errors. After the match, he said it was the biggest win of his career to date. However, in the quarterfinals, he lost to the eventual champion , despite leading by one set and an opening break in the second set. Following his impressive US Open run, Čilić participated in the in as the eighth seed. He won his opening match against Russian , followed by a three-set victory over Frechman. In the quarterfinals he defeated fourth seed , before stunning world No. In the final, Čilić went down to second seed in straight sets. He reached the fifth final of his career at the as top seed; however, he lost. He received a wild card for the , where he finished in the quarterfinals, losing to. His final tournament of the year was the. Entered as 12th seed, he came from a set down to defeat in the second round, and then from a set down again to defeat seventh seed , before coming to a halt in the quarterfinals against eventual finalist. Seeded 14th at the , he defeated , , and in the first three rounds. In the fourth round, he faced fourth seed and reigning US Open champion ; it was their third meeting in the past five Grand Slams. In a match that lasted more than four and a half hours, Čilić defeated Del Potro to reach his second quarterfinal appearance at a Grand Slam. In the quarterfinals, he defeated seventh seed in another five-set victory. In doing so, he became the first Croatian to reach the semifinals at the. However, Čilić eventually lost in four sets to , despite winning the first set. Čilić followed up his Australian campaign by defending his title in , defeating in the final. Čilić achieved a new career-high ranking of no. Čilić was selected to play singles and doubles partnering with Karlović for the against in March 2010. Čilić, seeded eighth, lost in the second round to at the. At the , Čilić lost to in the fourth round. Čilić was defeated in the first round of by. He reached the semifinals of the in Washington, D. Čilić was defeated by eventual champion. At the , Čilić lost to in the second round. At the he progressed to the fourth round, defeating , , and then in a five-set. In the fourth round, he lost to world No. Next, he went to to defend another title. Again, he was unable to do so, falling to in the quarterfinals. Čilić played next in and lost to in the quarterfinals. He then played in , where he was unseeded. He defeated in the quarterfinals and saved one match point in a comeback win against. He lost to in the final. Čilić played for Croatia in the World Group playoffs in the first round of the , defeating in the opening singles rubber. He leveled the tie at 2—2 by defeating in the first reverse singles rubber. However, Germany ultimately won the tie. Čilić lost in the first round of the to and at to his compatriot. At Umag, Čilić became the first Croatian man to reach the finals in over 20 years, losing to. He upset in the second round of the and reached the third round of the US Open, losing to Roger Federer. In ATP 500 in Beijing, he lost the final against world No. The next week he was upset by in the. He won his sixth career title in Saint Petersburg by defeating world No. En route to the final, he defeated , , , and. He was defeated by in the third round of and the. In June, Čilić won the in London after his opponent in the final, , was disqualified in the second set for aggravated behaviour, having kicked the hoarding around a linesman's chair, injuring the linesman. In the third round of Wimbledon, he beat 7—6, 6—4, 6—7, 6—7, 17—15 in the second-longest match ever played at Wimbledon in 5 hours and 31 minutes. He subsequently lost to in the following round. In July 2012, Čilić became the first home player to win the after 22 years by defeating of Spain in the final. At the , he reached the second round in the men's singles, beating Jürgen Melzer before losing to Lleyton Hewitt. In the men's doubles, he reached the quarterfinals with. Čilić was seeded 12th at the , where he matched his 2009 effort in reaching the quarterfinals. He was defeated by the eventual champion despite winning the first set and leading 5—1 in the second set. In the he was seeded 12th but was upset in the third round by in a five-set match. In February, Čilić played for Croatia in the World Group playoffs against Italy; he defeated in the opening singles rubber, and in the first reverse singles, he avenged his earlier loss to Seppi at the Australian Open, prevailing in a straight-sets win. Italy, however, won the tie eventually with a final score of 3—2. At , where he had won twice in 2009 and 2010, Čilić won for a third time to earn his ninth career title, defeating in the final. Čilić was top seeded in the event but lost to , the eventual champion, in the quarterfinals. Čilić next played at , where he lost in the third round to in three sets. In the following tournament at , he defeated world No. Čilić started his clay season in , but lost to in the fourth round. In May it was announced Čilić had left his longtime coach and would be coachless at tournaments before hiring a new one. At the , he lost in the third round to in straight sets. In June, Čilić returned to to defend his title. He defeated world No. In the final, Čilić lost to in three sets. At Čilić pulled out before his second round match claiming he had a left knee injury where he was scheduled to play of France. Čilić claimed that the banned substance was ingested via Coramine glucose tablets bought at a pharmacy by a member of his team, and as a result the independent tribunal believed that he did not intend to enhance his performance. The suspension ran until 1 February 2014 and all prize money and points since the positive test including the Munich tournament were null and forfeited. Čilić appealed against this ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, who reduced the ban from nine months to four months on 25 October. Čilić, whose ranking had dropped to number 47, received an immediate boost as results at the French Open, Queen's and Wimbledon were reinstated. In late 2013, Čilić started working with as his new coach. He defeated and to reach the quarterfinal, where he lost to. In , he lost to in the second round. At the second round, Čilić lost to in five sets. In February, Čilić successfully defended his title at without dropping a set, winning his 10th career title. Čilić extended his winning streak at the. He defeated , world No. Čilić continued his excellent form in , reaching his third consecutive final of the season, where he defeated and won his 11th singles title. Čilić reached the fourth round of the. He defeated and to set up a clash with. However, he lost the match in three sets. His good form came to an end in the where he lost to in the second round. During the clay season, Čilić reached the quarterfinals in. He lost in early rounds in both and. At the , Čilić reached the third round before losing to in four sets. Čilić returned to in June, where he was last year's runner-up on the grass court, however he was knocked out by in the first round. Čilić successfully rebounded at , reached the quarterfinals for the first time, beating , , and before losing to eventual champion in five sets. In July, Čilić played on home soil, where he was defeated in the semifinals by. In the warmup , Čilić advanced to the third round at , where he lost to in a close three-set match. In the following , Čilić also reached the third round before losing to. Seeded 14th at the , Čilić defeated , and to set up a fourth round fixture against , beating the Frenchman for the first time in five matches. He then went on to defeat both world No. This was also his first ever victory against Federer in all competitions. Čilić defeated 10th seed in straight sets in the final, claiming his first grand slam title and becoming the first Croatian to win a men's grand slam since his coach won the. His triumph in the final was also his 300th professional victory. Following his US Open victory, Čilić played for Croatia in World Group playoffs against Netherlands. Initially signed up for doubles rubber only, Čilić and teammate beat and. After a 2:2 tie between two countries, however, Čilić stepped up and played the deciding fifth singles rubber in place of young compatriot , where he defeated. The victory earned Croatia the World Group status for 2015. At , Čilić advanced to the quarterfinal before losing to. In , Čilić was upset in the first round by fellow countryman after losing the tiebreak in the third set. Čilić, however, rebounded at , where he defeated in the final and won his 4th title of the season. On 18 October, it was announced Čilić, as the then reigning US Open champion, had become the 5th player after , , and to qualify for the in London from 9—16 November. Čilić subsequently withdrew from the and in order to allow time for an arm injury to heal before the tour finals. He ultimately lost all three matches in the round robin. Čilić finished the season as world No. After being sidelined for more than two months, Čilić made his season debut at the. After receiving a bye in the first round, he lost in the second round to in straight sets. Čilić subsequently withdrew from the due to the shoulder problem. Čilić returned to tour at , where he advanced to quarterfinals, before losing to eventual champion. At the 2015 French Open, Čilić lost to David Ferrer in the fourth round in straight sets. At Čilić was beaten in the second round by in three sets. Čilić matched his 2014 Wimbledon performance, reaching the quarterfinals again after eliminating , , 12—10 in the fifth set , and. Čilić returned to Flushing Meadows for the to defend his title, reaching the semi finals where he was beaten in straight sets by who also went on to win in the final. At the Indian Wells he reached fourth round and lost to number 15 seed. At the Miami Masters he was defeated by in third round. At the Čilić repeated his efforts of the previous two years making the quarterfinals after eliminating , , and. In the quarterfinals he met third seed ; Čilić won the first two sets and had match points in the fourth set but was unable to convert eventually being eliminated in 5 sets. At the , he competed in the men's singles and the men's doubles with. He reached the last 16 in the singles and the second round in the doubles. In August 2016, Čilić announced his new coach as in a video posted to MyATP. In Čilić claimed his maiden Masters title, defeating in the final in straight sets. This win ended Murray's 22-match winning streak, dating back to 2016 Queen's Club. The Croat beat , , , and in the route to the final. Čilić returned to the top 10 in the following week. In October, he captured his maiden ATP 500 level title at the , beating in straight sets in the final. At the , Čilić defeated Novak Djokovic for the first time in his career to reach the semi-finals, where he subsequently lost to. His run guaranteed that he would qualify for the for the second time in three years. There, in the round robin, he lost to and , but defeated for his first-ever win at the Finals. With this victory, he rose to no. In the final of the , with Croatia leading Argentina by 2—1 in matches, Čilić led by two sets to love needing one more set to win the title for his country. However, del Potro went on to win the match in five sets and Argentina won the deciding match to win the tournament. In the first major of the year, the , Čilić lost in the second round to. In February, he lost in the second round to at the , reached the quarterfinals of the , and the semifinals of. Čilić was eliminated in the second rounds of , , and , but reached the quarterfinals in , and. In May, Čilić won the title at the , defeating in the final, in straight sets. This was his 14th ATP 250 title, second clay title, and 17th title overall. Additionally, Čilić's victory in Istanbul meant that 2017 was his tenth consecutive year winning at least one ATP title. Čilić reached the quarterfinal of the for the first time in his career and thus became one of the few tennis players who reached the quarterfinal stage of every Grand Slam. In June, at the , Marin made the final for the third time in his career, facing in the final, losing in three sets, after having a championship point in the final-set tiebreaker. At , Čilić reached the quarterfinals without dropping a set. There, he defeated in five sets to reach his first Wimbledon semifinal. In the semifinal he then defeated , in four sets, despite losing the first. Then at his maiden Wimbledon final he lost to in straight sets, he was suffering from a blister. An adductor injury forced Čilić to miss the Canadian Open and the Cincinnati Masters. Čilić returned to play at the where he lost to in the third round. Despite this, following the tournament's conclusion Čilić broke into the top five for the first time in his career. In October, Čilić reached the semifinals of the , , , and the quarterfinals of the. With his result in Shanghai Čilić rose to no. Čilić failed to win a match in the despite going to three sets against , , and. Čilić finished the season as world No. He lost in semi-finals to eventual champion. Despite mixed form since his Wimbledon campaign, Čilić defeated world no. This made him the first Croatian to ever reach the singles final at Melbourne Park. He eventually lost in five sets. The match garnered minor criticism from some tennis pundits for being played indoors to favour Federer, despite the Australian Open traditionally being an outdoor event. Čilić later admitted that he found it difficult to adjust to the changed conditions. However, it remained disputed that who among the two players was going to be favored in indoor conditions. At the conclusion of the tournament, Čilić reached a career-high ATP ranking of No. He remained at that position for 12 weeks, before being surpassed by. In the first two events of the season he was defeated by at , in the round of 32 and , the eventual champion of. Later on, at he lost to eventual finalist in the quarterfinals. In he reached the semifinals before losing to. At the , he matched the previous year's performance by reaching the quarterfinals, where he lost to. At , Čilić was the top seed. He defeated , , , and to reach the final, where he contested a close match with , coming out on top in three sets saving match point in the process to claim his second title at Queen's Club and second career win over Djokovic. At , he was drawn in the top half and was considered one of the biggest threats to 's title defense. After defeating in the first round, he was upset in the second by in five sets, after comfortably winning the first two sets. During the North American summer hard-court swing, Čilić made strong showings in and , losing in both tournaments to the eventual champion in tight three setters Rafael Nadal in Toronto and Novak Djokovic in Cincinnati. At the , Čilić improved upon his previous two years results by making it to the quarterfinals before losing against in a replay of the. As of 2018 Čilić plays with the Head YouTek Radical MidPlus with a custom drilled 16x19 string pattern, painted to look like the Head Graphene Touch Prestige Mid. For strings he uses a hybrid of Babolat VS Touch mains and Luxilon ALU Power crosses. He wore apparel until the 2011 season, when he got a 5-year contract with , switching back to in 2016. To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended. 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