Despite the fact that he’s been playing well, Kecmanović believes that there is room for improvement, namely to improve some segments of his game.
“My focus is on my work with my strength and conditioning coach and my movements. Then I also work with a mental health specialist although I used to avoid therapy in the past. Players did not go to see therapists in the past. Then top players started seeing mental health professionals, others followed suit, and now everybody is seeing a therapist. It has become fashionable. It does me good. Especially in the last couple of months. Whatever is happening on the court, or outside the court, you can share your emotions and unburden. I’m quite reserved as a person and it’s not a good a thing to lock up your emotions. It’s nice to have someone to share your thoughts with,” Kecmanović concluded.