Who was Kristijan Schneider and what was his cause of death?

Losing someone is the worst feeling ever and most of us have certainly gone through that pain. Such a popular personality is going through this pain right now and has expressed his sorrow on the internet. Borna Coric reportedly paid tribute to his ex-coach Kristijan Schneider, who died at the age of 41. In an Instagram post, the Croatian said he was “blessed” to have had tailors in his life. Cori captioned his IG post, which reads, “Rest in peace, my coach and my friend. I was blessed to have you in my life.” The Croatian Tennis Federation explained Schnider’s death, saying he had lost his battle with a “serious illness”. 

Kristian Schneider

Who was Kristijan Schneider?

He wrote: “He was the coach of several tennis stars such as Ana Konjuh and Borna Coric, recently took part in the junior Australian Open triumph Petra Marcinko and also worked with Bernard Pero, Olga Danilovic … Unfortunately, Kiki’s life ended prematurely. at the age of 41. Kiki, thank you for everything you gave to tennis and where you are. We extend our deepest condolences to the family.”

Kristijan Schneider also coached Ana Konjuh. The number 66 in the world paid tribute to Schneider on Instagram and uploaded a photo in which the two hugged. She captioned her post: “I’m at a loss for words. Until we meet again, spare me a hug up there. Rest in peace Kiki.”

Kristijan Schneider’s cause of death?

Borna Coric, who reached world No. 12 in 2018, suffered for a few minutes in the following years. He missed part of the 2021 season after undergoing shoulder surgery. The 25-year-old returned to the ATP Tour at the Indian Wells Masters this season. But he was eliminated in the 1st round by Alejandro Davidovich Fokina despite winning the first set. He won his first match of the season against Fernando Verdasco in the opening round of the Miami Masters.

How did Kristijan Schneider die?

The Croatian faced Alexander Zverev in the second round, pushing the German to 3 sets before falling 6-4 3-6 6-3. Coric then competed at the Monte-Carlo Masters, losing in the 1st round to 9th seed Jannik Sinner, but not before also prevailing against the Italian. Coric will be determined to remain injury-free and regain the form in which he beat Roger Federer twice in a row in 2018.

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