Since playing in the 2017 Next Gen ATP Finals, Borna Coric has only climbed the ATP Rankings. He started 2018 at No. 48 but finished the season at No. 12. Where will he finish 2019?
Coric, who beat Roberto Carballes Baena on Friday at the Miami Open presented by Itau, sat
Guido Pella had a secret weapon during his win on Saturday at the ATP Cup, but it’s not what you’d expect.
The Argentine made use of one of the 24-team competition’s innovations, going through a tablet in the Team Zone to get updated statistics and look back at previous points during
Borna Coric, the No. 1 player from Croatia, helped his country qualify for the inaugural ATP Cup, to take place from 3-12 January. Croatia, one of the first 18 countries to qualify, was drawn into Group E, and is set to face Austria, Argentina and Poland in Sydney.
Coric has enjoyed
Borna Coric lived to fight another day on Friday when he saved one match point to edge into the Libema Open semi-finals. The second-seeded Croatian recovered from 2-5 down in the third set to knock out seventh seed Cristian Garin of Chile 6-7(4), 6-3, 7-6(6) in two hours and 30
Borna Coric feels he is not playing his best tennis, and yet the Croat is still winning. For those with their eyes on the World No. 13, that’s a scary thought.
“In Dubai I was playing in the semi-finals so I was happy with that," Coric told ATPTour.com. "But I was