Miomir Kecmanovic (@2.35) vs Denis Shapovalov (@1.61)
21-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Denis Shapovalov will win
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Miomir Kecmanovic – Denis Shapovalov Match Prediction | 21-08-2019

The Serbian has had a breakthrough year and cracked the top 50 for the first time at the start of this week after reaching the last 16 in Cincinnati as a qualifier. He will be trusting in his consistency and movement to blunt the Shapovalov attack. But he looks set to be in for a stern test up against Miomir Kecmanovic. After also receiving a first-round bye, he began his Winston-Salem Open by beating Alexei Popyrin 7-6 6-3. But when the Canadian is on his game, as he looks to be this week, he can hit through almost anyone.

[15] In Miami, he beat former top-10 player Ernests Gulbis in the first round before losing to Frances Tiafoe in two tiebreak sets. He played in BNP Paribas Open as a lucky loser. This result meant that Kecmanovi was ranked in the top 100 for the first time. 56 Leonardo Mayer at the Brisbane International. He defeated 30th seed Laslo ere on his way to the quarterfinals, before losing to in straight sets to Milos Raonic. He earned his first ATP victory by defeating world No.

Kecmanovi was a fifth (reserve) player on a Serbian Davis Cup team in their quarterfinal tie against Great Britain in the 2016 Davis Cup[7][8] a standard practice of Tennis Federation of Serbia for each tie to invite a different talented young player to practice with regular players and gain necessary experience. Kecmanovi credited this experience for finishing the year as junior world No.

In his first match, he recovered well from a slow start to end Duckhee Lees dream run with a 4-6 6-0 6-3 win. Expect his power off the ground to prove too much for Lopez to contend with. The Pole has had an excellent year and will surely be targeting a deep run at the Winston-Salem Open. Feliciano Lopez has been in rather indifferent form this year, his memorable triumphs at Queens Club aside, but the veteran Spaniard showed that he can still play in his narrow 6-4 1-6 7-5 win over his countryman Pablo Andujar. His big serve and willingness to play on the front foot bailed him out more than once in that match and he will need more of the same against Hubert Hurkacz.

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Shapovalov got 57 percent of his first serves in play, saved on of his three break points and hit four aces. Shapovalov looks to win back-to-back matches for the first time since Miami. Denis Shapovalov is coming off a straight sets win over Tennys Sandgren that took 18 games to decide. Shapovalov has won three of his last five matches on hard court. In the victory, Shapovalov won 66 percent of his first serve points and 59 percent of his second serve points. Shapovalov won 63 percent of his total service points and converted on five of his 12 break points. Shapovalov could be a lot sharper with his serve, but a win is a win these days, as its been a struggle as of late for the talented Canadian.

He next played in San Luis Potos Challenger in Mexico and had his first wins on the Challenger level after defeating 3rd seed and world No. Serbian Davis Cup captain, Nenad Zimonji, planned to include Kecmanovi as a fifth player for Serbia's 79 April Davis Cup quarterfinal tie versus Spain,[11] but as Kecmanovi received a wild card for Panam Cup Challenger, he instead chose to play in his first career challenger and lost in the first round to top seed and world No. Kecmanovi received wild card for the qualifying draw of another ATP tournament, Istanbul Open, where he defeated 2nd seed Mirza Bai in the opening round, but lost to 8th seed Daniel Brands in the deciding qualifier. 135 Stefan Kozlov in straight sets, Emilio Gmez in three sets and 7th seed Marcelo Arvalo in straight sets, before losing in the semifinals to 8th seed Adrin Menndez-Maceiras. At Sarasota Kecmanovi played in his third successive challenger, losing in the second round to 7th seed and world No. 86 Horacio Zeballos in 3 sets, 62 46 26. 114 Laaksonen. In January 2017, Kecmanovi won his first singles ITF pro circuit title in Sunrise, Florida, US.[10] In March, he received a wild card entry for the qualifying draw at Miami Masters and defeated 22nd seed and world No. 117 Henri Laaksonen in straight sets in the first round, before losing the deciding qualifying match to 11th seed and world No. 114 Luk Lacko.

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Between May and July, Kecmanovi played in four futures tournaments in Turkey and Belgium, respectively, winning two and reaching another final and one semifinal. 113 Radu Albot, 64 64, in the final. He then resumed playing in challengers, playing three in Asia, with the best result coming in August in Chengdu, where he was stopped in the quarterfinals. He next played three futures in Italy, getting to one semifinal and two quarterfinals. He finished the season playing in three challengers in China and had his biggest achievement to date in October in Suzhou, when he won the first challenger title of his career by beating 3rd seed and world No. In September, Kecmanovi was again in the plans to be a fifth player in 1517 September Davis Cup semifinal against France, but as he received a wildcard for Banja Luka Challenger,[12] he chose to play it in order to improve his ATP ranking,[13] and again lost in the first round.

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Miomir Kecmanovic is coming off a straight sets win over Alexei Popyrin that took 22 games to decide. Kecmanovic hopes to win at last two matches for the fourth straight tournament. Kecmanovic got 49 percent of his first serves in play, saved one of his two break points and hit three aces. Kecmanovic has won five of his last six matches on hard court. Kecmanovic won 74 percent of his total service points and converted on two of his five break points. Kecmanovic could clean up the unforced errors here and there, but hes been putting together a decent run these last couple of months. In the victory, Kecmanovic won 84 percent of his first serve points and 64 percent of his second serve points.

He possesses the fundamentals of a very good game, with his lefty serve and big forehand useful weapons. If he remains focused, he should have enough to see of his compatriots challenge. But his movement can be exposed and he may struggle to contend with the power that Paire can summon from his two-hander, which remains one of the best in the mens game. Ultimately, whilst Humbert may have a bright future, Paire is unquestionably the better player at the moment.

Kecmanovi won his first Wimbledon match at The Championships 2019, beating Roberto Carballs Baena in four sets, before retiring against Benot Paire two sets to love down. He then gained his first win over a top ten player by beating 7th seed Alexander Zverev in three sets. In the first round, he beat fellow 19 year old Flix Auger-Aliassime in straight sets. Having missed the Roger's Cup Masters Tournament, Kecmanovi's breakthrough came at the Western and Southern Open. In qualifying he beat Antoine Hoang and Feliciano Lpez in straight sets. [18]In Atlanta, he beat Jack Sock and 8th seed Ugo Humbert both in straight sets, before losing in the quarter finals to eventual finalist and 2nd seed Taylor Fritz. [19] In the Citi Open, he beat Alexei Popyrin and Pierre-Hugues Herbert before losing to Norbert Gombos. This victory ensured that Kecmanovi would break into the top 50 for the first time.

At the French Open, Kecmanovi played in the main draw, beating Denis Kudla in five sets before losing to David Goffin. This was his first grand slam win. [16] At the Antalya Open, he reached his first ATP final, losing to Lorenzo Sonego in the final. His semi final against 3rd seed Jordan Thompson was notable for featuring no breaks of serve, with Kecmanovi saving all three break points on his serve.