Macedonian tennis player Darko Grncarov and Serbia's Viktor Troicki will team up at next year's Miami Masters.
Grncarov, 20, has made a long way to be where he is now.
The Macedonian's career seemed to be over before it even started.
The 20-year-old suffered a stroke just before his maiden ATP Pro Circuit event and was told that he won't be ever able to play tennis again.
Yet Grncarov didn't give up as he has made a successful recovery.
The Macedonian's story is one of the best and most inspiring stories in the tennis world.
Hey guys, so many of you wanted me to share my story and here you have it. The support has been amazing and i hope this will motivate a lot. pic.twitter.com/bYUcosTLp5— Darko Grncarov (@DarkoGrncarov) July 19, 2017
Grncarov was set to play at an ITF event this past April but withdrew just before his opener against Zimbabwe's Mark Fynn.
If nothing goes wrong, Grncarov will be playing tennis at one of the most popular stops on the Tour -- Key Biscayne.
Former world No. 12 Troicki is not known as a doubles specialist.
However, playing alongside the 31-year-old Serb will certainly be a big moment and valuable experience for Grncarov.