Marin Cilic has sealed a grand total of 18 ATP titles in his career, including his only Grand Slam title at the 2014 US Open. He defeated Kei Nishikori to triumph at the American Major.
Cilic turned pro in 2005 and achieved his career-best ranking as World No. 3 in 2018. Currently, the Croatian player sits at number 42 in the ATP rankings after suffering a drop in form and fitness.
To date, Cilic has won 18 singles titles. Also in his trophy cabinet resides, one ATP Masters 1000 title, a record four PBZ Zagreb Indoors titles, and several others.
Apart from these, Cilic also made the 2017 Wimbledon final and 2018 Australian Open final. In 2018, Cilic also won the Davis Cup with Croatia and reached a career-high no. 3 in the rankings.
With regard to the Summer Olympics, the furthest he has progressed is the 3rd round in Rio 2016.
Cilic’s struggles started in 2019 as he failed to continue his good form and fell out of the top-20 in the world.
In 2020, Cilic played all three Grand Slam events, but the farthest he reached was the fourth round at the Australian Open. He could not find his range at all and fell outside the top-40 to end the year.
He has drawn prize money worth $28,286,545 from the ATP Tour so far.
His current racquet sponsors are Head, and he also has an apparel sponsorship with Ebix.
He launched the Marin Cilic foundation in 2016 to provide space and financial support to underprivileged children and youth.
The Croat was aided by several current and former players in setting up the foundation. Players like David Goffin, Tim Henman, Goran Ivanisevic, Ivan Ljubicic, and a few others were among the aides.
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