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Croatia’s Number 1 Gets Married…Number 2 Best Man

Croatia’s best tennis player, world number 33 Ivan Dodig (28), tied the knot on the weekend in Mostar with his long-time girlfriend Maja Ćubela…

Ivan Dodig with best man Marin Čilić and friend Iva Majoli (pic: Instagram)

Ivan Dodig with best man Marin Čilić and friend Iva Majoli (pic: Instagram)

Dodig’s best man was his Croatian Davis Cup team-mate Marin Čilić, while guests at Saturday’s ceremony included 1997 French Open winner Iva Majoli and Ivan’s coach Martin Štepanek. The wedding tops off a good year for Dodig, who climbed the ATP rankings to number 33, 4 places ahead of Čilić. Dodig has been nominated for ATP’s Most Improved Player of the Year award this year.

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