After the turnaround, Kecmanović defeated Fritz for the quarterfinals of the tournament in Miami

Serbian tennis player Miomir Kecmanović advanced to the quarterfinals of the Masters in Miami last night, after he defeated domestic tennis player Taylor Fritz with 3: 6, 6: 1, 6: 4.

Kecmanović, the 48th tennis player in the world, came to victory over the 13th player in the world in two hours and six minutes.

The only break in the first set was seen in the eighth game, and it was made by an American player, who then used the first set ball.

The Serbian player made two breaks in the second part of the game, in the second and fourth games, which was enough to equalize in the sets.

Kecmanović started the deciding set with four break points, which he did not realize, but he made a key break in the third game.

The two tennis players met in the quarterfinals of the Masters in Indian Wells on March 18, when the American came out as the winner, who later won the title at that tournament.

The Serbian player will play in the quarterfinals against the Spaniard Carlos Alcaras, the 16th player in the world, who beat the fifth tennis player on the ATP list of the Greek Stefanos Cicipas with 7: 5, 6: 3.

Defending champion in Miami, Pole Hubert Hurkac, also reached the quarterfinals, as he defeated South African player Lloyd Harris with 7: 6 (3), 6: 2.

Hurkac will play in the quarterfinals against the second tennis player in the world, Russian Danilo Medvedev.

By Editor

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