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[VIDEO] Croatian Tennis Stars Jump Off New Zealand’s Tallest Building

Ana“It was very exciting and I screamed like a little girl”, Borna Ćorić said after jumping 192 metres from New Zealand’s tallest building over the weekend…

Ćorić, who is in Auckland, New Zealand for next weeks’ Heineken Open tournament, was joined by fellow Croatian tennis player Ana Konjuh at the Sky Tower where they both completed the jump on Saturday.

Ćorić (18), who had a sensational 2014 when he beat a number of the world’s top players including former World Number 1 Rafael Nadal, will face Pablo Carreno Busta in the first round in Auckland. (photo / Instagram)

To watch Borna and Ana jump click here

 

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