- Age: 23 (27.02.1992)
- Birthplace: Sombor, Serbia
- Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco
- Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
- Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2008
- Coach: Diego Nargiso
As of 23.03.2015
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Plays with a double-handed backhand...Started playing tennis at age five...Moved to Bradenton, FL to the IMG-Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy at age 13 and stayed there until age 19. Also used to train on various occasions with Mario Ancic and his brother, Ivo, in 2009-10...Favourite shot is forehand, favourite surface clay...When not on tour, really enjoys playing football and challenging his friends at PlayStation. Follows all sports and particularly football, is a big fan of Red Star Belgrade...Favourite holiday spot is anywhere in the mountains, enjoys the snow and hiking...Monte-Carlo resident since 2014...Coached by former Italian pro player Diego Nargiso (since August 2014).
2014 - The No. 3 Serbian (behind No. 1 Djokovic, No. 69 Lajovic) finished a year-end best No. 101 in Emirates ATP Rankings, climbing 125 places from previous season. Broke into Top 100 on Oct. 6 and reached a career-high No. 95 on Oct. 27...Best results came on Challenger circuit with a 26-13 record. Won 2 Italian clay-court titles in Vicenza in June (d. Gombos) and Cortina in August (d. Gaio). Also runner-up in Sarasota (l. to Kyrgios) and SF in Savannah (l. to Sock)...
In April, won back-to-back titles (10-0) on Futures circuit in U.S., 1st of his career...Best ATP World Tour result was 3R in Hamburg (d. Struff, No. 15 Fognini, ret. vs. Lajovic due to stomach virus)...Helped his country back into Davis Cup World Group in 2015 by winning both matches vs. India, including 5th and decisive match against Bhambri. Also beat Devvarman. Made debut in 1R tie vs. Switzerland and defeated Chiudinelli in dead rubber...In Grand Slam play, qualified into US Open for 1st time and lost in 1R to Smyczek. Lost in qualifying at other 3 Slams...Compiled records of 5-3 on hard and 2-1 on clay while earning a career-high $178,982...
2012 - In April, won first ATP World Tour-level match in Barcelona, since having surgery...Beat Cervantes in 1st RD, lost to Ferrer...
2011 - Missed first four months due to right shoulder injury...Underwent surgery on 14 July...
2010 – In May at Belgrade, aged 18 years, 2 months, he became the youngest player in an ATP World Tour semi-final this season after beating Donskoy, Zeballos, Djokovic (64 ret.), before falling to Querrey 61 62 in SFs.
Starts season by reaching Doha doubles SFs (w/Djokovic), losing to Monaco/Nadal...Beat Cabal/Farah in QFs...
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