In 2013, a young and promising Miomir Kecmanovic showcased his great game in Kungens Kanna and reached the semifinals in both singles and doubles. Fast forward to last week, and Kecmanovic once again proved his determination on the tennis court, delivering impressive results during his time in Stockholm at the BNP Paribas Nordic Open.
The Serbian-born player faced the defending Stockholm champion, Holger Rune, in the tournament’s second round. Kecmanovic pulled off an impressive upset by defeating the first-seeded Dane in two straight sets, marking his first top-ten win since the previous season.
During the BNP Paribas Nordic Open, Kecmanovic’s performance earned him a well-deserved spot in the semifinals. However, it was in the semifinals that his journey met an unfortunate end. His opponent, Kotov, brought Kecmanovic’s run to an end.
As per the latest rankings, Miomir Kecmanovic holds the 55th position in the world. His highest ranking has been as high as 27th in the world.
It was a pleasure to have Miomir Kecmanovic back at The Royal Tennis Hall.
Photo: ©️Alexander Scheuber / BNP Paribas Nordic Open