The eternal Marin Cilic continues to add incredible numbers


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The eternal Marin Cilic continues to add incredible numbers

In force, this is how Marin Cilic continues (41st in the ATP ranking). The Croatian entered a new final of the circuit, this time at the ATP 250 in Moscow, and is part of different statistics that position him as one of the tennis players who are still active with more finals played.

Of the players that are still valid, Cilic is the sixth tennis player with the most finals on the ATP circuit. At 34, he is one of 35 in Juan Martin del Potro. The list is headed, of course, by the Big 4: Roger Federer is 157; Rafael Nadal, 125; Novak Djokovic, 122; and Andy Murray, 68.

On hard court, the Croatian has 22, like John Isner. The French Gael Monfils and Jo-Wilfired Tsonga are 24 and 28, respectively. Delpo reached 31; Nadal, 48; Murray, 53; Djokovic, 81; and Federer, 98.

On indoor, has 13 finals played and only five tennis players have a better statistic. The first is still Federer, who with his 39 title definitions sweeps.

Regarding your country, he is the second Croatian tennis player since the Open Era to have the most finals in any ATP Tour event. Between Grand Slam, Masters 1000, ATP Finals and the rest of the categories, has 34 games for the title. Only Goran Ivanisevic, with 49, surpasses him, while with 24, Ivan Ljubicic escorts him.

In general, the trend repeats itself: The Big 4 leads this type of statistics, but immediately Cilic, along with Del Potro, appear as two of the most outstanding tennis players of the last two decades. In Moscow, he will have the opportunity to lift his 20th trophy during his career, the third in this competition.


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