Goran Ivanisevic was born in the year 1971 on September 13th. He was born in Yugoslavia to his parents. He had an elder sibling who was just a year older to him. As his mother and father remained busy for most of the time, he grew a special bond with his brother. A strong bond of brotherhood had developed between the two and he used to play tennis with him. His brother used to take tennis classes in his school and made his brother learn to play tennis.
Besides tennis, he also played football with his brother. They remained involved in sports for most of the time as it was their favourite past time. When he started going to school, he joined the football team. As no tennis court was available in that school, he could not play tennis. He wanted to play tennis and thus, his father changed his school and did his admission in a school where the tennis court is available. He joined the tennis team in the school. His regular tennis practice gave way to his excellence in the game. He was soon regarded in the team as the best player. He was even sent for various tennis competitions on behalf of his school. He was even awarded in his school for being the best tennis player.
His professional tennis career started with the Australian Open in the year 1990. He qualified for the quarterfinals in the season replacing Boris Becker. He also participated in the French Open singles season and continued till the quarterfinals. In the doubles of the same season, he appeared against Petr Korda who is a famous runner-up of the same season.
He appeared for the World Team Cup in the year 1990 in Yugoslavia. He left the team after playing for the David Cup. He had several special playing skills, which included his serving skills and attacking skills. He got the chance in the Australian Men’s Hardcourt Championships in the year 1992. He was back in the form and went on winning the tournaments one after another.
He had to face a lot of injuries, while playing the several tournaments worldwide. He had faced a lot of shoulder, arm and back injuries. He also went through several minor surgeries in his back and shoulders due to the injuries. In the year 2002, he came across a major injury while playing a tournament. He took a leave from his tennis playing career for a period of time to recover from his illness and also to make himself fit. Coming to his personal life, he does not share any such information with us regarding his family. We have not yet come to know about any of his affairs, relationships, wife or children. He is very focused about his career and his personal life.
Last Modified: Mar 8, 2020