Serbian tennis player Miomir Kecmanović failed to place in the third round of the Australian Open in Melbourne today, as he lost to the 36th player in the world, the Frenchman Adrian Manarin, after three sets, 1: 6, 2: 6, 4: 6.
Kecmanović, the 41st tennis player in the world, lost after an hour and 50 minutes.
Manarino easily won the first two sets, he made two breaks in both. Kecmanović played better in the third set, took the lead with 3: 0, but after that, the Frenchman won five consecutive games and turned it around to 5: 3.
After that, the Serbian tennis player won the game on his serve, Manarino did the same, which was enough for him to win the third set and win.
In the third round, Manarino will play against the better player from the match between the sixth seed Alexander Zverev from Germany and the American Maxim Kresi.
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