Not needed after this video I saw. I can see he has great backhand, solid forehand, bad serve and great movement.
On the other side, Qunzi is away stronger psihically, higher. He has bigger shots, punch through the ball and he is away slower. He is equally good from both wings and has better serve.
All at all Coric can become good player. He has all the talents, but his serve is so doubtful. He is not high plus his serve montion is not good, should punch the ball from higher point.
Borna has recently been in relatively poor form: in his last five tournaments leading up to this week he had been 2-5 in singles and 5-5 in doubles; and his ranking is down to #52 (down from his CH of 20).
This week in Osaka he has taken advantage of a very weak draw (for a GA) to reach the SF in singles and F in doubles. He will cut his ranking in about half, to about 26.
As I watched him at Trofeo Bonfiglio he has great beckhand, amazing footwork, sloppy forehand and sloppy serve. Hope Goran will learn him how to serve (what is actually to late). He worked on his forehand recently.
And I think he is 187 (he seems tall when you watch his pictures on FB).
Hopefully he'll start playing more futures next year now that he's 16.
We will see. Rubin and Chung (who are 6 to 9 months older and are in top 20) and they are at same body power have 3-4 Futures payed like he has.
Borna is around 187 (maybe 185) height but is tiny and he was 182 just few months ago.
From time Quinzi turned 16 he has 12:8, but he is away stronger and heigher than them.