Milos Vuckovic

Milos Vuckovic

Hailing from Subotica, Serbia, Milos began playing tennis when he was seven-years old and quickly took
to the sport, becoming the Serbian National Champion at 12-years old. During his junior career, he
played extensively throughout Europe, including in Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Germany,
Hungary, Italy, and Romania, remaining in the top 20 of the Serbian junior national tennis rankings
through the age of 16 and achieving a UTR of 12 before matriculating to Southeastern Oklahoma State
University in 2019 to play Men’s Tennis as part of their top 20 NCAA Division II team.

While at Southeastern in 2019 and 2020, Milos played singles and doubles in the lineup at lines 3 and 4,
clinching Great American Conference titles and competing in NCAA Nationals both years. During the
COVID break, Milos transferred to NAIA Missouri Baptist University (“MoBap”) to join their Spartan
Men’s Tennis Team for the 2021 and 2022 seasons, playing at the 1 position for singles and doubles
(partnering with fellow FRC pro Dragan Omcikus); he was named First Team All-Conference singles
selection in both years. In addition to his athletic accomplishments at MoBap and his hours spent
teaching at FRC during the college tennis season, Milos graduated with a B.A. in Business Administration
in 2022.

Milos began teaching tennis in 2020; while home in Serbia during the pandemic, he used the time to
pass the Serbian Tennis Federation’s “C” licensing exam to earn his initial national certification for tennis
teaching professionals. Arriving at FRC in 2021, Milos teaches private and semi-private lessons and runs
the Tuesday and Thursday Varsity Junior Clinics, Wednesday night’s Intermediate and High-level Drills,
and the Saturday morning Men’s Drills.