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Seafood Feast Downunder for Čilić and Ivaniševic Ahead of Aussie Open

CroatiaWith the first Grand Slam of the year just days away, Croatia’s biggest chance in the men’s draw has decided to stick with the food he knows…

Marin Čilić, and his new coach, Croatian tennis legend and former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanišević, spent Saturday evening sampling the finest seafood Australia has to offer at the Croatian run Balkan Seafood Restaurant in Sydney. Joining Goran and Marin at what is one of Australia’s most famous Croatian restaurants was another Australian Open participant, Croatian Mirjana Lučić. The Australian Open starts on Monday in Melbourne. (pics: Facebook)

Marin and Goran at Balkan Seafood Restaurant

Marin and Goran at Balkan Seafood Restaurant

Mirjana Lučić

Mirjana Lučić

 

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