A highly-rated junior player, Coric turned professional in 2013 and has gradually been improving, reaching his first ATP Tour finals in 2016 and consolidating himself in the top fifty of the world rankings, although he is yet to go beyond the third round of a Grand Slam.
Bet on Borna Coric
Coric has been compared to both Djokovic and Murray, in his ability to sustain long rallies, and his counter-punching styles. He obviously has huge potential, and once he starts to win tournaments he will progress quickly, so he’s one of those players worth taking a dogmatic view on and sticking to it. If you think 2017 will be his year, then you should be able to back him at big prices in the early weeks of the season.
Borna Coric odds
Coric has yet to go far in a Grand Slam event and hasn’t won a Tour title, and while he may well take care of both in 2017, his odds in all of the major tournaments are likely to be very tempting for the forseeable future.