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Milan Krnjetin
Milan Krnjetin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Novi Sad, Serbia

High School:
Isidora Sekulic

Height:
6-3

Birthdate:
02/26/1986

Major:
Industrial Design

As a Senior
Fall 2008: In singles play had a record of 7-3... Teamed with Michel Monteiro, Nick Maurillo and Alex Stamchev to finish with a doubles record of 8-2... Made it to the final round of the "B" draw at the Georgia Tech Invitational, losing to Rafael Array of Armstrong Atlantic State (6-3, 7-5)... Won in striaght sets in all his victories.

As a Junior
Fall 2007: Did Not Play.
Spring 2008: Had a 6-6 overall record with a 4-5 mark in singles dual matches, 1-3 in SEC matches, playing the No. 5 and No. 6 positions... Was undefeated when starting at the No. 5 position, going 2-0... Playing alongside teammates Pawel Dilaj, Lukas Marsoun and Alex Petropoulos, Krnjetin posted a 6-8 doubles record, going 4-5 in SEC matches... Started the season off with two straight wins including a victory over Virginia Tech's Preston Lemon, winning 6-0, 6-1... Scored the match-winning point by defeating Southern Mississippi's Strate Krstevski, 6-1, 6-2... Won his first match at the NCAA Champoinships, defeating Wake Forest's Jonathan Wolff (7-5, 6-7 (5), 6-2)... His victory over Wolff was the match-winning point, giving Auburn the 4-3 win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

As a Sophomore
Fall 2006: Finished 5-5 in singles and 5-7 in doubles with Nick Maurillo, Lukas Marsoun, Terence Nugent and Stephen Nash... Advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA Region 3 Indoor Tournament before falling in three sets to No. 6 Andreas Siljestsrom (MSU)... Advanced in doubles play with Lukas Marsoun to the semifinals of the USC Fall Invitational... Played into the quarterfinals with Terence Nugent at the ITA Region 3 Indoor Tournament.
Spring 2007: Went 9-8 overall (3-4 SEC) while splitting time mostly between No. 4 and No. 6 singles... SEC wins came against Kentucky, Mississippi State and South Carolina... Earned a win over Kentucky's Shane Collins in the SEC Championship... Tallied a 3-3 overall doubles record (0-2 SEC), playing all six matches with Alexey Tsyenov.

As a Freshman
Spring 2006: Turned in a 12-12 overall record in singles action in the spring... Had SEC individual match victories over Vanderbilt, Georgia and LSU... Played No. 4 singles at the SEC and NCAA Championship... Finished doubles play with an 11-7 record (5-4 SEC), including a 9-4 mark with partner Pawel Dilaj... Also played doubles with Terence Nugent and Alex Schweizer.

Personal
Born on February 26, 1986 to Dragan and Tatjana Krnjetin... Has one sister, Natsa... Chose Auburn because of the tennis team and academic reputation... Tennis role model is Roger Federer... If he was not playing tennis, he would play basketball... Favorite hobby is playing the guitar... Dream job is to be a tennis pro.