While Serbian tennis is enjoying a very impressive spell at senior and youth level, few excite quite like Miomir Kecmanović. The 19-year-old from Belgrade has made a huge impact on the sport since his fast arrival, and was the fifth player to take part in the 2016 Davis Cup team for his nation. While he never played a match, it showed how much he was thought of to be taken along at such a young age.
His highest career ranking so far has come at 133rd, which he achieved in November 2018. Quickly moving up the table, the Serb looks set to make a big impact at the top level of the sport. He’s already made a big jump in the last year or so, and taken part in 8 finals at ITF level so far, winning 5 of them.
His first win came in the USA, defeating Christian Lindell in the Final of the USA F4. His most recent wins came against Radu Albot in the China International Suzhou and also the Shenzhen Longhua Open, where he defeated Slovenian Blaž Kavčič.
Rightly seen as among the brightest prospects in the game, the star is very much the limit for the young Serb.