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Ivan is the fresh Croatian :D he decided to play under Croatian flag as of this year and he's in the third round of qualifiers.

If he pulls through, I guess he could be considered lucky if he draws Berrer or Mahut for opponents and less lucky if he gets Murray or Djokovic :lol: but he has to beat Golubev tomorrow. Godo luck there :bounce:
 

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I thought about starting a thread about him,you beat me by little ;)

Actually,he still didnt qualify,he plays against Golubev in final qualy round tomorrow,it will be tough,good luck Ivan :)

He is from Medjugorje btw.
 

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OMG, right! I have no idea how I mixed it up. And there's a big difference, I really hope he manages to qualify.
 

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He's through to the main draw, finally! He'll play Djokovic, so no luck there, but he might be a bit happier if Djokovic decides to withdraw to maybe play some LL. It's already the best achievement for him…
 

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i think the bosnian tennis federation really need to take a good hard look at themselves, this is yet another player who decided to play for another country. they really have to start looking after theur players better. i read an article on ivan in a croatian player today where he said that it was better to be the 7th or 8th player in croatia as opposed to the 1st player in bosnia, since the federation do nothing for them. croatia provides facilities, etc. it is really sad. ivan ljubicic, amer delic, marin cilic, jelena stanivuk, jasmina tinjic could have all played for bosnia but decided against it. i think it is such a shame
 

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i think the bosnian tennis federation really need to take a good hard look at themselves, this is yet another player who decided to play for another country. they really have to start looking after theur players better. i read an article on ivan in a croatian player today where he said that it was better to be the 7th or 8th player in croatia as opposed to the 1st player in bosnia, since the federation do nothing for them. croatia provides facilities, etc. it is really sad. ivan ljubicic, amer delic, marin cilic, jelena stanivuk, jasmina tinjic could have all played for bosnia but decided against it. i think it is such a shame
yes,and they are 100% Bosnians.:rolleyes:
 

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ban him from tennis...has you seen what happened in Kolding yesterday? He was disqualified!!!
 
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