Miomir Kecmanović

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Kecmanović first Masters

J. Jevremović | 18 March 2017 21:00 | Comments: 0
The best junior planet, Serbian tennis player, has decided to accept an invitation to a special masters in Miami and try to make a surprise in qualifying


Miomir Kecmanović

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The biggest success in the junior competition was achieved in Florida, and now on the same ground ready for the big step among seniors. Miomir Kecmanović (17) has decided to accept a special invitation to the Masters in Miami and try to make a surprise in qualifying.




It will be the first big test for the talented Serbian tennis players at the start of the senior career, and he decided to try his hand among the strongest since the 1000 tournament series just in his neighborhood.



Young as he lives and trains at the Academy Nika Bolitijerija in Florida, and is used to the specific weather conditions in this area. Misha will cross swords with old aces in a battle for a place in the main draw of the tournament, and every victory in qualifying will mean a lot for the ATP list.



Kecmanović is 651. racket planet, which is almost 200 positions better result than at the start of the first senior season. The year began winning futures in Sunrise, and after that is mostly performed in Florida, so it will be ready for the biggest challenge so far.



Double winner of consecutive Orange Bowl, the unofficial world championship for juniors, after the Masters in Miami should come to Belgrade, but not excluded to be part of the Davis Cup team Serbia in the quarter-final match with the Spaniards from 7 to 9 April at the "Aleksandar Nikolić ".



IDE BY 16 POINTS

Last year in Miami qualifying find players between 80 and 150 positions, a Kecmanović got the invitation of the organizers as well as 651 in the world.Victory in the first round would bring young Serbian tennis player eight points and a place in the Main Draw 16. However, much depends on how much happiness have on the draw. The tournament in Key Biscayne starts on 22 March and runs until 4 April.
 
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