Synonyms for ljubomir_čelebić or Related words with ljubomir_čelebić

nino_serdarušić              marco_bortolotti              nerman_fatić              riccardo_bonadio              pietro_rondoni              francesco_picco              nik_razboršek              pascal_brunner              riccardo_sinicropi              miki_janković              omar_giacalone              pietro_licciardi              filippo_baldi              janez_semrajc              tomislav_jotovski              adrian_partl              duje_kekez              petru_alexandru_luncanu              patrick_ofner              danilo_petrović              filippo_leonardi              giulio_torroni              tomislav_draganja              riccardo_bellotti              lorenzo_frigerio              vasile_antonescu              toni_androić              tomislav_ternar              tomislav_brkić              zdeněk_kolář              dejan_katić              filip_horanský              lucas_miedler              marc_giner              karim_hossam              francesco_borgo              nicola_ghedin              daniele_capecchi              edoardo_eremin              claudio_fortuna              alexander_lazov              lenny_hampel              gibril_diarra              issam_haitham_taweel              karim_mohamed_maamoun              roberto_marcora              matteo_fago              libor_salaba              gonçalo_oliveira              vasco_mensurado             



Examples of "ljubomir_čelebić"
Ljubomir Čelebić (; born 15 September 1991) is a Montenegrin tennis player.
Djokovic won his first junior title at the Montenegro Open in Podgorica, defeating Ljubomir Čelebić in the final. In July 2008, Djokovic received a wildcard entry into the qualifying rounds of the Croatia Open in Umag but was beaten by Italian Francesco Piccari. In September 2008, in his first ever main ATP Tour event, he received a wild card entry into the main draw of the Thailand Open. He was defeated in the first round by Jarkko Nieminen 6–2, 6–0.