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Full NameKristina Milkovic
First NameKristina
Last NameMilkovic
ProfessionCelebrity Wife
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseMarin Cilic
No Of Children1
EducationUniversity of Zagreb
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Married DateApril 28,2018

Kristina Milkovic is known as the wife of Marin Cilic

Marin is a Croatian tennis player who has won 18 ATP Tour singles and a Grand Slam at the 2014 U.S. Open.

He has also won the Davis Cup with Croatia in 2018.

Milkovic is a multiple-degree holder

Kristina has graduated with two Master's Degrees, one in political science and the other in Psychology, from the University of Zagreb in 2014

She worked as a branding and sourcing specialist at Zagrebacka Banka, the largest bank in Croatia

In 2016, she became head of talent acquisition.

Milkovic is also multi-lingual as she can fluently speak Croatian, English, Italian, and Spanish.

Her relationship and Love-Life

Kristina and Cilic first met in 2008 at the Davis Cup. At that time, Milkovic used to work as a hostess in the tournament

The loving duo started dating after two years in 2010

They announced their engagement in July 2016 and eventually tied the wedding knot on 28 April 2018 at Sveti Nikola Church, Cavtat, in front of family and friends.

Kristina Milkovic with her husband, Marin Cilic, and son.
Kristina Milkovic with her husband, Marin Cilic, and son. Source: Instagram

Kristina's other half posted the above picture with the caption 

'Celebrating year 2 with our plus 1.'

Marin and Kristina welcome their first child

The loving duo welcomed their first child, a baby boy, on 31 January 2020.

He was delivered at the 'Sisters of Charity Hospital' in Zagreb. The new parents named their son Baldo Cilic.

Marin shared his children's first photo on his social media handles with the caption 

'Officially a team of 3....

Kristina Milkovic's son, Baldo Cilic.
Kristina Milkovic's son, Baldo Cilic. Source: Instagram

Cilic's Drug Case and Ban from the game

Kristina's husband, Cilic, pulled out before his second-round match at Wimbledon, claiming he has a left knee injury

However, a month later, it was revealed that he pulled out due to failing a drug test in Munich, allegedly for incaution use of glucose.

In September 2013, he received a nine-month ban due to testing positive for the banned drug 'Nikethamide.'

Cilic claimed that the banned substance was ingested via Coramine glucose tablets

He did not intend to enhance his performance

All the prize money and points, including the Munich tournament, were null and fortified, but later, he appealed against the ban, and his nine-month ban was reduced to four months.

His ranking, which was dropped to number 47, received an immediate boost due to the French Open, Queen's, and Wimbledon was restored.

Marin's knee Injury

Marin Cilic was pulled out of the Davis Cup Finals 2019, as he had to undergo minor interventions to improve his recurring knee injury

He revealed that he had been struggling with his knee injury for a year and a half.

After going through an ultrasound test, the doctors confirmed that surgery would not be required, but some minor actions and precautions must be taken to improve his medical disorder.

Net Worth

Kristina's net worth has not been estimated yet

However, she shares her husband's net worth, which is around $17.8 Million

Marin annually earns about $4.5 Million. He has won around $27 million as prize money

Below is the list of Top Croatian Tennis player along with their prize money

S.N.NamePrize Money
1Goran Ivanisevic$20 Million
2Borna Coric$7.5 Million
3Petra Martic$6 Million
4Ivo Karlovic$10 Million
5Donna Vekic$4.5 Million
6Mario Ancic$4 Million

Age

  1. Kristina's age has not been known yet. However, we can assume her to be in her early 30's as of 2020.

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Updated On Sun Oct 25 2020 Published On Sun Oct 25 2020 By shaumya

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