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So Which Croatian Star Does Not Want To Be Ordinary?

bc1So who does not want to be ordinary?

Croatian tennis prodigy Borna Ćorić, that is who. The 18-year-old has got his right bicep inked recently with a mantra that he hopes will drive him to success in the future.

”There is nothing worse in life than being ordinary’ read’s Ćorić’s recent tattoo, and his recent results suggest he is on is to way to being extraordinary. Still a teen, the Croatian beat World Number 3 Andy Murray yesterday in Dubai, to go with his victory over Rafael Nadal recently. Ćorić is the youngest player in the top 100, with many in the game predicting he will be a future top 10 player.

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