Miki Jankovic

High performance coach

Best career ranking: multiple state champion of Serbia in all categories (U12, U14, U16, and U18)26th in the ITF under-18 ranking256th in the ATP ranking (2016)Miki Jankovic is a former tennis player and High-Performance coach with many years of experience.As a tennis player, he won the World Cup in Dusseldorf in 2012 with the national team of Serbia and was a teammate of the biggest Serbian tennis names – Viktor Troicki, Janko Tipsarevic, Nenad Zimonjic.However, due to an injury, he ended his playing career early and started his coaching career quite early. Already in 2017, at the age of 23, Miki became a coach and graduated from Alfa BK University in Belgrade, majoring in “Sports Management”.From 2017 to 2019, Miki worked as a coach at the Tipsarevic Academy. He coached Marko Miladinović (best career ranking – 2nd place in the ITF ranking and 451st place in the ATP ranking) and Nini Dica (best career ranking – 47th place in the ITF ranking).From 2020 to 2022, Miki coached Mate Pavic (best career ranking – 1st place in doubles on the ATP ranking) who won Wimbledon in doubles, as well as several Masters tournaments in Miami, Monte Carlo, and Rome. Under the coaching leadership of Miki Jankovic, Mate finished 2021 as the best doubles player in the ATP rankings along with Nikola Mektic.In 2022, Jankovic worked as a sparring partner with Nikoloz Basilashvili (best career ranking – 16th place in the ATP rankings).