Alex De Minaur did not go to court for more than a month because of an injury. On February 24, in the first round of the tournament in Acapulco, he will play with Miomir Kecmanovic. Is the Aussie properly prepared for the upcoming competition?

At what time are de Minaur vs Kecmanovic to play?
The game time is February 24, 2020, at 18:00 (GMT-6).

What are the players’ positions in ATP rankings?
Alex de Minaur takes the 25 position and Miomir Kecmanovic takes the 50 position in ATP Tour Rankings.

How many wins and losses does de Minaur have?
Alex de Minaur has won 82% of the games as a favorite.

How many wins and losses does Kecmanovic have?
Miomir Kecmanovic has won 82% of the games as a favorite.

Alex de Minaur

Over the past three seasons, the Australian athlete has not dropped out of the TOP-30. Now 21-year-old Alex controls the 25th position in the ATP rating and has 1575 points in the asset. Prizes De Minaura equal $ 3,466,298. The representative of Australia should be attributed to the number of universal tennis players: on all types of coverage he has positive statistics.

De Minaur last went to court on January 11th. Then in the ATP Cup he lost to Rafael Nadal in three games (6-4, 5-7, 1-6). After that, the Aussie missed a series of tournaments, including the Australian Open. The reason for this was a trauma to the abdominal muscles.

We hope that De Minaura’s health is now in order and he is approaching the tournament in Acapulco in optimal condition. At these competitions, Alex will defend last year’s quarterfinals.

In general, De Minaur is a very prominent hard court specialist, where he won 38 of 51 matches in 2019, including victories in tournaments in Sydney, Atlanta and Zhuhai.

Miomir Kecmanovic

20-year-old Serbian tennis player is in the 50th position in the world ranking and has an asset of 1003 points. Kechmanovic’s prize money is $ 1,285,541. During the sports career, Miomir spent 302 fights on the courts, and in 192 of them he beat his opponents.

On the hard cover this season, the representative of Serbia spent 9 matches, and in 4 of them was defeated. At the local tournament in Mexico, Kechmanovich will perform for the first time.

Recently, the Serb visited the semi-finals of the tournament in New York, where he lost in two games to future competition triumph Kyle Edmund (1-6, 4-6).

Nevertheless, before the semi-finals, Kecmanovic dealt with rather serious opponents, among whom were Tommy Paul (6-4, 6-2), Paolo Lorenzi (6-3, 6-3) and Ugo Humbert (3-6, 6- 2, 6-4).

Betting Tips Statistics

Highlights

  • For personal meetings leads De Minaur with a score of 1-0.
  • De Minaur has not played since January 11 due to an injury to his abdominal muscles.
  • In Dubai, De Minaur will defend last year’s quarterfinals.
Alex de MinaurvsMiomir Kecmanovic
25ATP Rank50
21 (1999.02.17)Age20 (1999.08.31)
Sydney, AustraliaBirthplaceBelgrade, Serbia
New Providence, BahamasResidenceBelgrade, Serbia
6’0″ (183 cm)Height6’0″ (183 cm)
152 lbs (69 kg)Weight165 lbs (75 kg)
Right-HandedPlaysRight-Handed
Two-HandedBackhandTwo-Handed
2015Turned Pro2017
2/2YTD Won/Lost7/4
0YTD Titles0
73/50CAREER W/L31/28
3Career Titles0
$3,799,214Career Prize Money$1,480,335

Singles Service Record

Alex de MinaurSingles Service Record on hardMiomir Kecmanovic
396Aces148
240Double Faults83
61%1st Serve60%
72%1st Serve Points Won72%
54%2nd Serve Points Won54%
578Break Points Faced229
63%Break Points Saved63%
1,172Service Games Played464
82%Service Games Won82%
65%Total Service Points Won65%

Singles Return Record

Alex de MinaurSingles Return Record on hardMiomir Kecmanovic
29%1st Serve Return Points Won27%
52%2nd Serve Return Points Won53%
679Break Points Opportunities256
42%Break Points Converted41%
1,179Return Games Played469
24%Return Games Won22%
38%Return Points Won37%
52%Total Points Won51%

Previous Head-to-Head Meetings

YearEventSurfaceRNDWinner
2019Next Gen ATP FinalsIndoor HardRRAlex de Minaur

De Minaur vs Kecmanovic Predictions

De Minaur returns to court after a long break associated with an injury to his abdominal muscles. It is difficult to say how well the Australian is in good shape at the moment.

If everything is in order with health, then he should deal with Kecmanovic without any problems, since they will play on De Minauer’s favorite surface. In addition, he already beat the Serb on hard.

  • Our prediction: De Minaur Will Win.

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