It is a fascinating popularity that Goran has in foreign media, especially in the British, where Goran's Wimbledon fairytale often serves as a good occasion to talk. Including the crown of his career in 2001 at Wimbledon, Goran won 22 ATP titles, which is just one of the parameters that makes him the most successful Croatian tennis player of all time.
He is the first Croat (before Marin Čilić) that won Grand Slam title in the individual competition, and his best career placement, 2. place in 1996 behind his great rival Pete Sampras, none of the other Croats has managed to equilize or surpass. Goran is still today active in the tennis world, even as a player.
For years he is a permanent member of the Champions Tour, a popular veteran competition where he competes with legends of this sport like John McEnroe, Thomas Muster and other tennis icons. In addition, he plays on Grand Slam tournaments Legends competition, and in the last 2 seasons he also performed in the IPTL, a team competition that entertains the tennis audience every December between two seasons.
His face can be seen often in the matches of the world's best tennis players, considering that he is training some of them for several years now. He took Marin Čilić to the top of his career and US Open title in 2014, and today he is coaching Czech Tomasz Berdych, a longtime Top 10 player.
More about Goran at ATP Tour.