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He begins his six months compulsory military service this month in Croatia.
 

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It's OK - I found the answer:

'He will be allowed to train, travel and compete in tennis tournaments during his six-month service.'
 

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What's the point of the military service than.lol
 

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I remember reading that he can play all his tournaments and train during his military service. He is already committed for Doha and Oz.
 

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I think he has to stay there for 6 weeks or something, but obviously when the tennis season starts up again, he's allowed to play in the tournaments. <br />Something like that anyway!
 

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how could they ask the famous Goran to train as a solider at the old age of 30 <img src="mad.gif" border="0"> espcially after he won the Wimbledon, why didn't they ask Goran to train when he was younger <img src="mad.gif" border="0">
 

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Goran should be ok to play , they have a special rule for sports ppl.
 

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He'll just have to stay there for two weeks and then get his "normal" life again. (that's what I read)
 

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Compulsory military service is an absolute joke.

Why get someone like Goran doing it but make it suit his needs????

They should do what Australia does and have Reserves. Pay someone to be a part time soldier.....

If I were a fellow Croatian I would be somewhat insulted and patronised by this lame attempt to 'try' to show that Goran is getting no special favours!
 
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