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Challenger Lille 02/26 17:00 25 Gijs Brouwer vs Dino Prizmic View

Results

Challenger Pau 02/23 17:20 27 [176] Leandro Riedi v Dino Prizmic [171] 3-6,6-2,7-5
Challenger Pau 02/21 19:50 26 [171] Dino Prizmic v Antoine Escoffier [180] 6-2,4-6,6-2
Challenger Pau 02/19 17:30 25 [182] Lloyd Harris v Dino Prizmic [171] 4-6,6-4,4-6
ATP Rotterdam 02/12 12:00 25 [171] Dino Prizmic v David Goffin [133] 4-6,7-6,1-6
Australian Open 01/14 08:10 23 [1] Novak Djokovic v Dino Prizmic [178] 6-2,6-7,6-3,6-4
Australian Open 01/12 01:35 19 [230] Aziz Dougaz v Dino Prizmic [178] 3-6,4-6
Australian Open 01/11 02:05 15 [143] Duje Ajdukovic v Dino Prizmic [178] 5-7,0-6
Australian Open 01/09 06:20 14 [178] Dino Prizmic v Mariano Navone [126] 5-7,6-3,6-2
Challenger Canberra 01/03 05:10 26 [178] Dino Prizmic v Brandon Nakashima [134] 2-6,1-6
Challenger Canberra 01/02 02:25 25 [131] Radu Albot v Dino Prizmic [169] 7-6,1-6,2-6
ATP Vienna 10/21 10:00 14 [165] Dino Prizmic v Albert Ramos-Vinolas [91] 5-7,6-7
ATP Stockholm 10/19 17:25 26 [168] Elias Ymer v Dino Prizmic [165] 6-3,3-6,6-2

Wikipedia - Dino Prižmić

Dino Prižmić (born 5 August 2005) is a Croatian professional tennis player. Prižmić has a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 155 achieved on 23 October 2023. He also has a career-high ATP doubles ranking of No. 1444 achieved on 16 January 2023.

History

Juniors

Prižmić reached two finals in the European Junior Championships, the first in 2019 in the under 14s and then in 2022 in the under 18s, but lost both of them. During his career at the ITF Junior Circuit, Prižmić reached a career-high ranking of No. 8 on 2 January 2023. His best junior result was winning the title at the 2023 French Open Junior tournament with the final win against Juan Carlos Prado Ángelo in straight sets.

2022: ATP debut

In April 2022, Prižmić reached his first ITF final at the tournament in Dubrovnik, Croatia where he lost to Gergely Madarász in straight sets.

Prižmić made his ATP debut in the singles draw of the 2022 Croatia Open Umag as a wildcard where he lost to Bernabé Zapata Miralles in the first round by retirement.

2023: First ATP win, maiden challenger title, Davis Cup and top 155 debuts

With his fifth ITF title in Poreč, Croatia, Prižmić became the best under-18 player in the world at No. 381 on 20 March 2023.

Prižmić then qualified for the Banja Luka Open in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but fell to Richard Gasquet in the first round. A few months later, at the Croatia Open, he won his first ATP match against Duje Ajdukovic. Prizmic went on to reach his first ATP Tour-level quarterfinal, after beating Zsombor Piros in the second round.

In August 2023, he won the Banja Luka Challenger, his maiden title at this level. Shortly after he was named in the Croatia Davis Cup squad by coach Vedran Martić, together with Borna Ćorić, Borna Gojo, Ivan Dodig and Mate Pavić.

Prižmić qualified for the main draw of the 2023 Stockholm Open and defeated sixth seed Jiri Lehecka in the first round. He reached the top 155 on 23 October 2023.

2024: Grand Slam debut

At the Australian Open, Prižmić beat Mariano Navone, Duje Ajduković and Aziz Dougaz to qualify for his first Grand Slam. In his Major main draw debut, Prižmić faced the defending champion Novak Djokovic, taking 16 games and saving 6 match points before losing in four sets in a four-hour match. It was the longest first round match for the world No. 1 Djokovic.