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60 Seconds With…Borna Ćorić


bornacoricFresh from his amazing win in the US Open Singles Boys final in New York on the weekend, Croatia’s tennis Grand Slam winner Borna Ćorić is Croatia Week’s latest “60 Seconds with…” guest.

1. Favourite nightspot in Croatia? – The Best, Zagreb
2. Favourite beach in Croatia? – Pinija beach (near Zadar)












3. What is your favourite website? –  Dont have one
4. Favourite Twitter account? – Barney Stinson – @itsBroStinson
5. Favourite restaurant in Croatia? – Sofra, Zagreb
6. Most admired Croatian? – Goran Ivanisević

Goran Ivanišević

Goran Ivanišević









7. If you could travel anywhere in the world – where would you go? – Bahamas

All the best to Borna who is in Croatia’s squad which takes on Andy Murray’s Great Britain in the Davis Cup in Umag this weekend.

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