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Mario in Croatian magazine Teen (please translate)

B!@nK
01-12-2006, 04:03 PM
New edition of the Croatian magazine Teen ;) . Please that some Croatian girl can translate this I article, thanks :angel: (http://teen.revije.hr/Article.aspx?Id=110) . Postscript: This is my first post, hello to all :wavey: .

Mario Ančić: Maneken s teniskih terena

On je visok, zgodan, neodoljiva osmijeha, pravi virtuoz na teniskom terenu, a izvan njega dečko za kojim uzdišu mnoge tinovke. I ti si, naravno, u tom klubu... Saznaj sve o simpatičnom Splićaninu Mariju Ančiću

Nedavnom pobjedom s teniskom reprezentacijom, on je postao apsolutni junak. Mlad, zgodan, pristojan i tako uspješan. Za njim su poludjeli svi od 7 do 77, a nije ni čudno. Super Mario visok je 197 centimetara, najdraža mu je knjiga Ništa nas ne smije iznenaditi autora Ante Tomića, ne vjeruje u horoskop i snove, a obožava čokoladu. Želiš li doznati još o ovom manekenu s teniskih terena, evo prilike...

Kako je sve počelo
Mario Ančić, 22-godišnji sportaš iz Splita, tenis je počeo igrati, kako se prisjeća, zbog svog nekoliko godina starijeg brata Ivana koji je bio jako talentiran igrač. Dok je popularni Ive prebacivao žutu lopticu s jedne strane igrališta na drugu, Mario je strpljivo sjedio u gledalištu maštajući kako će i on igrati tenis kad naraste. Da je brat tada igrao rukomet ili se bavio nekim drugim sportom, Mario bi maštao i o tome. Ovako zainteresiran za bijeli sport, čim je narastao, dobio je na dar reket, zaigrao s bratom i pokazao izniman talent. Njegovi sportski prijatelji tvrde kako je već nakon prvog sata u teniskoj školi trener komentirao kako će taj mali proslaviti našu zemlju. I imao je pravo!
Uspon: kao 15-godišnjak Mario je igrao s Goranom Ivaniševićem na Olimpijadi, i to u parovima, i već tada dokazao kako je spreman na puno veće sportske zalogaje. Da je zaista zreo, dokazao je nedavno u Bratislavi, kad je pobijedio i tom pobjedom osigurao zlatnu medalju našoj teniskoj reprezentaciji. Bio je to meč za pamćenje!

Njegovi uzori
Iako je danas na 17. mjestu svjetske ATP ljestvice, Mario Ančić se vrlo često sjeti vremena svog uspinjanja prema top dvadeset svjetskog tenisa. Ovaj simpatični frajer tako priča da je odrastao, baš kao svaki drugi klinac, uz svoje uzore. Prvi mu je u svakom slučaju brat Ivan, koji ga i danas često prati na svim teniskim terenima, i popularni Goran Ivanišević, koji mu je svojim savjetima pomogao u početku karijere. Zato nimalo ne čudi što svjetski sportski kritičari Marijevo temperamentno igranje često poistovjećuju s igrom wimbledonskog pobjednika Gorana Ivaniševića. A kako to Mario igra? Kad je meč u tijeku, prebacivanje loptice i više je nego energično, a kad doživi poraz, komentira to psovanjem i jasnim pokazivanjem emocija.
Cool caka: znalo se dogoditi da bijes iskali na reketu, koji bi najčešće završio na podu. Iako se u posljednje vrijeme, kako sam priznaje, skulirao, pa rekete ne baca i ne udara njima o pod, u svojoj 10-godišnjoj karijeri razbio ih je stvarno mnogo.

Ljubav prema sestri
Baš kako je Mario počeo igrati tenis zbog svog starijeg brata, tako je i njihova mlađa sestra Sanja zaigrala tenis i već polako osvaja prve bodove. Iako je stalno na turnirima pa svoju obitelj, za koju je jako vezan, rijetko vidi, navija za sestrin proboj na svjetsko tržište i nada se kako će uskoro s njom u paru igrati na najvećim svjetskim turnirima. Držimo palčeve!

Student s reketom
Da je škola najvažnija stvar u životu, Mario je saznao još u osnovnoj školi, kad mu je mama rekla da se, bez obzira na to što želi igrati tenis, mora poštovati učenje i pisanje zadaće. Tako se ponašao Marijev brat, koji je danas diplomirani ekonomist, ali i mlađa sestra, najbolja učenica u srednjoj jezičnoj školi u Splitu. Mario je, pogađaš, bio odlikaš (ali ne i štreber), završio je osnovnu školu sa svim peticama, maturirao i prije dvije godine upisao Pravni fakultet u Splitu, kao anredni student. Iako još mora položiti dosta ispita, s diplomom u ruci vjerojatno će nakon aktivne teniske karijere razmišljati i o bavljenju pravom.

Mario ti je super? Nađi još caka o njemu o Teenu

vero
01-12-2006, 04:51 PM
Welcome here B!@nK :wavey:

Johny
01-13-2006, 01:41 AM
Since you asked croatian girl to translate, i'll translate just first 2 paragraphs :)

He is tall, handsome, has irresistible smile, is a virtuoso with a racket, and outside of the court he is a boy that many of teen readers are sighting for. You are, of course, in that club... Learn all about this nice guy from Split.

Not so long ago, tnahks to the victory with tennis team he became apsolute hero. Young, handsome, polite and so successful. Everyone is crazy about him, from 7 to 77 and there is nothing strange about it. Super Mario is 197 cm tall, and his favourite book is "Ništa nas ne smije iznenaditi" by Ante Tomić. He does not believe in horoscopes and dreams and loves chocolate. If you want to know more about this model from tennis fields, here is your chance...

Éowyn
01-13-2006, 01:48 AM
saying coz your a guy you won't translate it all for her is being pretty petty don't ya think :rolleyes:

vero
01-13-2006, 01:08 PM
thanks Johny :hug: but I'm now looking forward to know the end of the story :p

lovemario
01-13-2006, 04:09 PM
Wow he reads Ante Tomić :yeah:

Still manages to surprise me :D

Johny
01-14-2006, 12:44 AM
saying coz your a guy you won't translate it all for her is being pretty petty don't ya think :rolleyes:

That was suppose to be a joke.
And I think that 2 paragraphs are better then none

Johny
01-14-2006, 12:56 AM
Here I'll translate one more paragraph while watching Mario play his final in Auckland. :)

How it all started.
Mario Ančić, 22 years old sportsman from Split started playing tennis because his few years older brother Ivan who was very talented player. While popular Ive was practising, Mario was pationaltly siting in the audiance thinking how he will play tennis when he gets older. If his brother was playing handball at the time, Mario would be thinking about that. As it happened, as soon as he grew up he got recquet for a present, started playing with his brother and showed big talent. His sport friends claim that after his first tennis lesson, his tennis teacher said "This kid will make this country famous" And he was right!

Climb: as 15 year old, Mario played doubles at the Olimpiade with Goran Ivanišević and even then showed that he is ready for bigger success. He showed his maturity in Bratislava when he won the match and with that victory got golden medal for our tennis team. It was a match to remember!

Well that is it more or less. :) Now I'll go to watch the match on Croatian TV.

vero
01-14-2006, 09:53 AM
Thanks again Johny :hug: but again ... looking forward to the translation of the last three paragraphs ;)

linus
01-14-2006, 04:44 PM
:wavey: B!@nk, thanks for your first post and the article :hug:

:wavey: Johny, thanks for your nice translated version :worship: and i am waiting for the next..ing :)

_pyromatic
01-14-2006, 06:36 PM
Thanks Johnny! We don't mind a boy translating it. :kiss:

lovemario
01-14-2006, 06:40 PM
Ok, I've finished this up in short. The article is very much similar to the one from Slobodna Dalmacija, that's why there's no need to translate every word:

He's #17 in the world now, but still remembers his way up and his rolemodels; his brother and Goran I. Goran often adviced him, so it's no surprise that world media often compare his temperamental game to Goran's, which involves agressive style, throwing racquets and cursing sometimes.

Love for his sister
Same as he started to play 'cause of his brother, sister Sanja started to play too and she's winning her first points. Mario is often away from home, but hopes that Sanja will improve, go up the rankings, and that soon two of them will play doubles in major tournaments. Fingers crossed!

College boy with a racquet
Mario has learnt early how important the school is. His mother told him that no matter if he plays tennis, he has to study and do his homework. Mario was an excellent student, now he's studying law in Split.

B!@nK
01-14-2006, 08:23 PM
Article of the Croatian magazine Teen translated the English.

Mario Ančić: Model with tennis site

He is tall, handsome, has irresistible smile, is a virtuoso with a racket, and outside of the court he is a boy that many of teen readers are sighting for. You are, of course, in that club... Learn all about this nice guy from Split.

Not so long ago, tnahks to the victory with tennis team he became apsolute hero. Young, handsome, polite and so successful. Everyone is crazy about him, from 7 to 77 and there is nothing strange about it. Super Mario is 197 cm tall, and his favourite book is "Ništa nas ne smije iznenaditi" by Ante Tomić. He does not believe in horoscopes and dreams and loves chocolate. If you want to know more about this model from tennis fields, here is your chance...

How it all started
Mario Ančić, 22 years old sportsman from Split started playing tennis because his few years older brother Ivan who was very talented player. While popular Ive was practising, Mario was pationaltly siting in the audiance thinking how he will play tennis when he gets older. If his brother was playing handball at the time, Mario would be thinking about that. As it happened, as soon as he grew up he got recquet for a present, started playing with his brother and showed big talent. His sport friends claim that after his first tennis lesson, his tennis teacher said "This kid will make this country famous" And he was right!
Climb: as 15 year old, Mario played doubles at the Olimpiade with Goran Ivanišević and even then showed that he is ready for bigger success. He showed his maturity in Bratislava when he won the match and with that victory got golden medal for our tennis team. It was a match to remember!

His signal
He's #17 in the world now, but still remembers his way up and his rolemodels; his brother and Goran. Goran often adviced him, so it's no surprise that world media often compare his temperamental game to Goran's, which involves agressive style, throwing racquets and cursing sometimes.

Love for his sister
Same as he started to play 'cause of his brother, sister Sanja started to play too and she's winning her first points. Mario is often away from home, but hopes that Sanja will improve, go up the rankings, and that soon two of them will play doubles in major tournaments. Fingers crossed!

College boy with a racquet
Mario has learnt early how important the school is. His mother told him that no matter if he plays tennis, he has to study and do his homework. Mario was an excellent student, now he's studying law in Split.

Thanks to Johny, lovemario, vero and linus ;).

lovemario
01-14-2006, 08:34 PM
:lol:

Glad you put it all together, it looked funny all torned apart :haha:
:woohoo: It only took how many of us to get it under way :p

vero
01-15-2006, 10:31 PM
thanks Goga for finishing the translation :kiss:

We don't mind a boy translating it.
very true !

_pyromatic
01-15-2006, 11:25 PM
He does not believe in horoscopes and dreams and loves chocolate.

Oh wow the first time I read that I thought it said he didn't believe in chocolate :lol:

Éowyn
01-16-2006, 02:22 AM
that would be weird!

Idril
01-16-2006, 10:11 PM
who is Ante Tomic?

it's a nice article, if a little prosaic. i like that he's studying law while playing tennis.

i'm studying Russian atm. i like seeing some similarities between Croatian and Russian. all the Croatians will probably hate me for saying that now...but it's true. i'm a freak for languages, i love things like that. Croatian looks fascinating, i would love to learn it.

lovemario
01-16-2006, 10:26 PM
:wavey:

Ante Tomić is this really cool (in my opinion) young Croatian writer, he writes great novels, with a lot of sarcasm and critic to society, just the thing I like :devil:

Why would we hate you for saying that? I think there are some similarities, although not as many as with some other Slavic languages. I like langs too, I study English and Croatian, but wouldn't say that I like them that much that I'm a freak for them :lol:

_pyromatic
01-16-2006, 10:35 PM
i'm studying Russian atm. i like seeing some similarities between Croatian and Russian. all the Croatians will probably hate me for saying that now...but it's true. i'm a freak for languages, i love things like that. Croatian looks fascinating, i would love to learn it.

I'm quickly becoming a language geek myself :D

Ante Tomić sounds really interesting! I wish I could read it in Croatian.

Idril
01-17-2006, 09:31 PM
yeah he does sound quite good. has he been translated at all yet?

some people get really annoyed if their language is compared to another. like the Portuguese to Spanish are like rrRRAAARRrr it's not Spanish! to be fair it is very different. i would love to study lots too. i do French, German, English Lit (not really a language) and Russian. i did Latin until last year, i wish i hadn't had to give it up.

vero
01-18-2006, 12:35 AM
i do French, German, English Lit (not really a language) and Russian. i did Latin until last year, i wish i hadn't had to give it up.
wow impressive Idril :worship:

_pyromatic
01-18-2006, 01:43 AM
i do French, German, English Lit (not really a language) and Russian. i did Latin until last year, i wish i hadn't had to give it up.

Wow :worship: You've got skills

linus
01-18-2006, 04:03 AM
:woohoo:

Idril :worship: you should be staying by Mario's side i think :D

lovemario
01-18-2006, 11:45 AM
I really am not sure if he's translated yet. And I dont mind comparing Croatian, things are the way they are :p
Personally, I think that Spanish and Portugese have a lot in common, that's how I can understand plenty of stuff of Portugese since I understand Spanish very well. I've studied Latin, but I hated it :rolleyes: and German, and now I wanna learn Italian :)

Btw Kell you didn't even have to say you're lang. geek, since pyromatic said it, I knew right aways it applies to you too. :p :haha: