44 Facts About Filip Krajinovic


Filip Krajinovic is a Serbian professional tennis player.

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Filip Krajinovic achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No 26 on 23 April 2018.

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Filip Krajinovic played a Davis Cup semifinal with the Serbian national team.

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Filip Krajinovic reached the third round of 2008 French Open, losing to Evgeny Donskoy.

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Filip Krajinovic lost to Devin Britton in the semifinals of 2008 US Open.

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Filip Krajinovic made his professional debut at the Futures event in 2008 at Miami Beach, Florida, but lost in the first round.

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Filip Krajinovic played at several more Futures and Challengers, his best result being the semifinals in Knoxville, Tennessee, when he retired from his semifinals match against Bobby Reynolds due to a foot injury.

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In February 2009, Filip Krajinovic played qualifications for SAP Open, but lost to Somdev Devvarman in the first round.

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In March Filip Krajinovic was invited by Serbia Davis Cup team captain Bogdan Obradovic to be with the team for their 2009 Davis Cup World Group first round tie against Spain, but didn't play in an official match.

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Filip Krajinovic received a wild card into the Serbia Open main draw, losing to Marcel Granollers in three sets in the first round.

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Filip Krajinovic defeated former French Open champion Gaston Gaudio in three sets in the first round, but then lost to Tim Smyczek in the second.

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Filip Krajinovic then earned a wild card for 2010 Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell, where he lost to Juan Ignacio Chela in the first round.

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Filip Krajinovic then defeated Horacio Zeballos in the second round and won the first set against the first seed and world No 2 Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals when Djokovic retired.

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Filip Krajinovic lost to the third seed and eventual tournament winner Sam Querrey in the semifinals.

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Filip Krajinovic then joined Viktor Troicki and Nenad Zimonjic in the team of Serbia at the World Team Cup in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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Filip Krajinovic made the second Challenger final of his career in Kosice, Slovakia.

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Filip Krajinovic missed first four months of 2011 due to a shoulder injury from previous year.

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Filip Krajinovic was runner-up at four Futures tournaments and finished the year ranked 226.

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Filip Krajinovic won his first professional title on 6 April 2014 at the ITF tournament in Harlingen.

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Filip Krajinovic followed that up with another Futures title and his first Challenger final, in which he lost to Nick Kyrgios.

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Filip Krajinovic earned his first direct-entry into the main draw of a major at the 2015 Australian Open; his first win at a major came at the US Open to Alejandro Gonzalez, before losing to David Ferrer in the second round.

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In both 2015 and 2016, Filip Krajinovic's efforts contributed to the Serbian team finishing two consecutive years in the Davis Cup quarterfinals.

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Filip Krajinovic broke into the top 75, after reaching the second round of Moscow as a qualifier.

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Filip Krajinovic made an unexpected late-season run at the Paris Masters, qualifying for only his second ATP main draw of the year.

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Filip Krajinovic then beat John Isner to reach the final, becoming the first qualifier to reach the final at Masters level since Jerzy Janowicz in 2012 and the lowest ranked player to compete in a Masters 1000 final since world No 98 Mardy Fish in Indian Wells in 2008.

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Filip Krajinovic lost to Jack Sock, but as the runner-up reached a then career-high ranking of world No 33.

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Filip Krajinovic did not compete at the French Open and his season was shortened to seven tournaments in the opening seven months of season due to left foot, left ankle and hand injuries.

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Filip Krajinovic started his 2021 season by representing Serbia at the ATP Cup.

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Filip Krajinovic was defeated in the first round by sixth seed and world No 14, David Goffin.

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Filip Krajinovic reached the third round where he was defeated by 15th seed, world No 18, and defending champion, Fabio Fognini.

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Filip Krajinovic then beat compatriot, Laslo Ðere, in the semifinals to reach the fourth ATP singles final of his career.

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Filip Krajinovic lost in the final to second seed and world No 13, Pablo Carreno Busta.

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Filip Krajinovic started his 2022 season by representing Serbia at the ATP Cup.

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Filip Krajinovic won his first singles match by beating Viktor Durasovic of Norway.

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Filip Krajinovic won his second singles match by defeating Alejandro Tabilo of Chile.

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Filip Krajinovic then lost his third singles match to Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain.

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Filip Krajinovic was expected to make his fourth main draw appearance at the Qatar ExxonMobil Open this year; however, he withdrew late.

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Filip Krajinovic was defeated in the third round by 10th seed and world No 13, Jannik Sinner.

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Filip Krajinovic lost in the third round to ninth seed Felix Auger-Aliassime.

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Filip Krajinovic made his first grass court final at the Queen's Club Championships by beating Jenson Brooksby, Sam Querrey, Ryan Peniston, and 7th seed Marin Cilic despite having no grass court wins prior to the event.

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Filip Krajinovic lost in the final to second seed, world No 10, and defending champion, Matteo Berrettini.

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Filip Krajinovic is currently managed by Olivier van Lindonk of IMG and coached by Petar Popovic.

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Filip Krajinovic was born on 27 February 1992 to Vera and Stjepan Filip Krajinovic in Sombor, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia.

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Filip Krajinovic has a brother Damir and sister Katarina, and started playing tennis at age five.

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