Djokovic vs Kecmanovic Live Stream, Tips & Preview

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Djokovic vs Kecmanovic Live Stream

Novak Djokovic has a tough task ahead of him to make the Serbia Open quarter-finals when he comes up against Miomir Kecmanovic on Thursday.

Novak Djokovic vs Miomir Kecmanovic ATP Belgrade Serbia Open live stream, tips and predictions – Djokovic is 3-2 in 2022, with his two matches on clay going three sets…

Djokovic vs Kecmanovic Live Stream

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Djokovic vs Kecmanovic Match Details

🎾 Competition: ATP Belgrade R2
📅 Date: Thursday April 21
Time: 4.00pm local time (12.00am AEST)
🏟 Stadium: Centre Court

Djokovic vs Kecmanovic Head to Head

Djokovic leads 1-0

  • 2021 | ATP Belgrade QF | Djokovic 6-1 6-3

Djokovic vs Kecmanovic Stats

  • Kecmanovic has won 10 of his last 12 matches
  • Kecmanovic has made the QFs or better of his last five tournaments
  • Djokovic has lost two of his last three matches
  • Djokovic has seen three sets in his two clay matches in 2022
  • Kecmanovic has seen three sets in two of his last four matches

Djokovic vs Kecmanovic Tips, Predictions & Preview

A huge chance awaits for Miomir Kecmanovic in Belgrade when he challenges his idol and current World No. 1 Novak Djokovic for a spot in the quarter-finals.

Djokovic’s limited time on tour this season is well documented, with the 20-time major champion competing in just his sixth match of 2022 on Thursday.

It’s expected that Djokovic would be brushing off the cobwebs and that’s exactly what’s happened at the beginning of his clay season, with the Serbian star losing his first match in Monte Carlo to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and barely surviving his opening match in Belgrade to Laslo Djere, prevailing in a deciding set tiebreak.

It’s safe to say Djokovic is far from his best right now, which opens the door for Kecmanovic to capitalise.

Kecmanovic is potentially putting together a breakout season on tour, with the 22-year-old a very solid 18-7 for the year. Additionally, Kecmanovic has made at least the quarter-finals of his last five tournaments, demonstrating impressive consistency across surfaces and tournaments.

With a straight sets win under John Millman already under his belt in Belgrade, Kecmanovic now has his sights set on the biggest win of his career and a sixth straight quarter-final.

Of course Djokovic deserves to be favourite, but he’s vulnerable right now, which makes an in-form Kecmanovic a tasty proposition here.

Djokovic has been stretched to three sets in his two clay matches to date, so there’s great value on Kecmanovic to prevail in three on Thursday.