Match Report, stats, and key facts
The set went straight to the tiebreak as there were no breaks. Eventually, Jordan won the breaker at 5.
Also this set, went straight to the tiebreak as there were no breaks. Finally, Miomir won the tiebreak at 5.
Once more, the set went straight to the tiebreak as there were no breaks. Finally, Kecmanovic won the tiebreak at 1.
At the end of the match, The Serbian scored 130 points vs. Jordan’s 116 points.
Miomir served pretty well to win 86% of the points (64/74) behind his first serve, and he won 69% points (24/35) on his second serve. The Serbian fired 14 aces and he committed 3 double faults. Kecmanovic wasn’t able to conquer any break point to conquer the match only at the tiebreaks.
On the other side, Jordan wasn’t able to conquer any break point (0/3). That was one of the key issues for his demise.
After this encounter, the head to head between Kecmanovic and Thompson is 1-0 for Miomir.
Miomir Kecmanovic in Antalya
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