Miomir Kecmanovic was made to work on the Delray Beach Open on Saturday to achieve his third ATP Tour last. But work the Serbian did, rallying previous 2019 champion Radu Albot 7-6(8), 3-6, 6-2.
“I was a little bit nervous throughout the match,” Kecmanovic mentioned. “But luckily I was able to stay calm when it mattered, play good and I’m happy I was able to come through.”
Kecmanovic and Albot had been each looking for their one centesimal tour-level victory within the semi-final. Despite trailing by a break within the third set, it was Kecmanovic who was steadier within the essential moments to triumph after two hours and 28 minutes.
“It feels awesome,” the 23-year-old Kecmanovic mentioned of reaching 100 wins. “It’s crazy that I’ve been able to do that relatively quickly, so I’m pretty happy about that, proud. Hopefully I’ll have a few more.”
The fourth seed might be totally focussed on securing win No. 101 on Sunday towards prime seed Taylor Fritz or Mackenzie McDonald. Kecmanovic secured his first ATP Tour title three years in the past in Kitzbühel and reached one other last in 2019 in Antalya.
Source web site: www.atptour.com