Serbian tennis star Filip Krajinovic is happy to see his fellow Serbs doing well on the Tour. Serbia has five players ranked inside the top-60 in the world, behind only France -- who has eight players ranked inside the world's best 60.
But Serbia is tied at second place with tennis powerhouses Spain and the United States as the two countries also have five players ranked inside the top-60. The five Serbian players ranked inside the top-60 are world No.
2 Novak Djokovic, world No. 34 Dusan Lajovic, world No. 38 Laslo Djere, world No. 40 Krajinovic and 59th-ranked Miomir Kecmanovic. "It's amazing that a small country like Serbia has so many good players,” Krajinovic told the ATP Cup.
“I don't think there is any difference [between other countries]. We [are] just a small country, and we have a lot of very good sportsmen. And I think we do everything like other countries, I think. We [are] just strong and we work a lot.
That's it." Serbia will be represented by Djokovic, Lajovic, Viktor Troicki, Nikola Cacic and Nikola Milojevic at the inaugural ATP Cup in January.