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SIGNED ROGER MARIN CILIC MEMORABILIA

Shop our signed Marin Cilic tennis memorabilia with signed shirts, photos, balls, racquets & caps. Most of our autographs have signing proof.  All come with fast worldwide shipping, free UK delivery and a certificate of authenticity!


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Marin Cilic is a professional tennis from Croatia.  His career-high singles world ranking is World No 3 which he hit in 2018.  He started his career early being encouraged by his father.  His potential was seen by fellow Croatian, Goran Ivanisevic.  Goran introduced him to legendary coach Bob Brett and encouraged him to move to Italy.  Cilic turned professional in 2005 and tuned to Ivanisevic to become his full-time coach in 2013.

He reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal in 2009 in the US Open.  The following year he reached the semi-final of the Australian Open.  He reached the Q-F of the US Open again in 2012 before eventually winning it in 2014.  He reached the Q-F of Wimbledon for the second year running that year too.

He received a 9-month drugs ban in 2013 for testing positive for the banned substance nikethamide.  This was later reduced to 4 months following on appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Wimbledon proved to a good tournament for him reaching the Q-F for three consecutive years before reaching the final in 2017.  He was defeated by Roger Federer in straight sets and complained of blisters.

He reached his third Grand Slam Final in 2018, making it to the final of the Australian Open.  Having defeated World No 1 Rafael Nadal, he was beaten once again in a final by Roger Federer.  In 2019 Cilic dropped out of the Top 20 with a drop in form.  He reached the 4th round of the Australian Open in 2020.