Stefan Kozlov is one win away from his first ATP main draw match since March, at a Masters 1000, no less. The American outlasted former Michigan standout Jason Jung 6-3, 3-6, 5-2 (ret.), on Tuesday afternoon.

It’s been a rocky road for Stefan Kozlov, but the former two-time 2014 junior slam finalist is one win away from a solid payday ($18,155). His last ATP level match was in March—a three-set loss to Ugo Humbert in Acapulco—but Kozlov has been playing tremendous tennis on the singles and doubles courts of late.

Kozlov recently won the Columbus Challenger two weeks ago in singles and doubles, and reached the finals of the preceding Cary challenger in doubles with Peter Polansky.

There are plenty of qualifiers worthy of this nod, but seeing the extraordinarily talented Kozlov in the main draw of a Masters 1000 would make for enjoyable viewing. He faces his friend and fellow American Chris Eubanks in the final qualifying round on Wednesday.