Dražen Mikšić, born in 1963. In 1995 he started to train wheelchair tennis, which were the beginnings of this sport in Croatia. 

Dražen is a member of Croatian nation team from 1997 for which he has performed 120 times. He is a multiple champion in singles and doubles category.  Since 1995 he performs actively on various international tournaments and his best placement was in 2017, when he was ranked 88th player in the world in singles category and in 2011 when he was ranked 96th in doubles category. Today he is around 100th place on the ITF world ranking list. 






Jozo Miloš, born in 1970. He started to train wheelchair tennis in it’s beginnings in Croatian, in 1995. 

He is a member of a Croatian national team from 1998 and since than he has a numerous performances in singles and doubles categories. 
At national championships he won 2 titles on clay and one title in indoor tournaments. In doubles category he is a multiple winner of Croatian national championships. Jozo’s best result on ITF ranking was in 2019 when he was ranked 121st in singles category and in 2010 when he was ranked 136th in doubles category. Today he is around 150th place on ITF world ranking list. 





Kristian Trupković, born on 4 January 1984 in a small town near Karlovac.  He discovered his passion for wheelchair tennis during his high school education. Kristijan actively started playing wheelchair tennis in 2010 under the guidance of coach and the director of the tournament “Sirius Open” Bojan Kovač. Even though he lives in Duga Resa, near Karlovac, despite the distance he travels daily to train in Zagreb.

Kristijan has participated in several international and domestic tournaments such as Arcotel – Rezidencija55 Open 2011, Arcotel – Rezidencija55 Open in 2012 and Arcotel – Rezidencija55 Open 2013.

In 2012 he was in 2nd draw finals and in 2013 the victory against Moroccan player in second draw consolation ensured him 593rd place on  ITF rankings list.