Goran and Charity - 1999 - "I will donate $50 to charity for every ace I serve. I hope I serve a lot of aces. Any waythat we can raise money is good. Anything that helps kids is nice" |
A Croat In Crisis - 1999 - Goran Ivanisevic is a Croat in crisis. Usually only a fool would try to guess the outcome of any match involving the eccentric and unpredictable world number 17. Except now his matches are easy to predict. He's going to lose.
French Open - 1999 - Yeah, it's the best match I ever play here in the French Open, and best match this year by far I play. I could win all three sets. Lot of breakpoints, I played shots I never played before, down the line. Very, very good tennis.
Tennis - 1999 - Since 1988, Goran Ivanisevic has come to Wimbledon believing he'll win. But 11 years later, at the age of 27, he finds himself running out of time and faith.
Wimbledon - 1999 - Not so much. Last year was one too short and that's it, so I don't think if I get another chance, hopefully that time I should win, you know, but it is a long way to get another chance, but it's the final. It doesn't matter who is playing, it's 50/50, and to get on the Centre Court during the final day.
Wimbledon - 1999 - No, I just had a bad day and when you have a bad day it's bad luck. You have bad luck against Todd Martin because he's too good a player
US Open - 1999 - Actually, I felt great, there was a crowd behind me. And that's -- that make me great. You know, after this match, it doesn't matter. I play so bad and I didn't play good at all. But this crowd really -- really is nice to see all these people behind me; is really something, you know. After -- that means that they still like me, they still love me, so it's nice
BBC Online - 1999 - The Croatian left-hander is arguably the most penetrative server of the modern era and he is unimpressed by International Tennis Federation plans to put on the brakes by experimenting with bigger balls.
Ivanisevic all aces in Croatian Indoor - Top seed Goran Ivanisevic of Croatia fought off the challenge of fellow southpaw Greg Rusedski of Great Britain to capture his second consecutive Croatian Indoors tennis title Sunday.
Kafelnikov Blasted Out By Ivanisevic, 8 October 1999 - Goran Ivanisevic blasted world number two Yevgeny Kafelnikov out of the Swiss Indoor championships Friday, hammering 29 aces past the Russian on his way to 4-6 6-3 6-4 quarter-final win.