As expected, Novak Djokovic beat Andy Murray on Sunday at the 2015 Miami Open Masters giving him his fifth title at this open. He also is the first player to finish the Indian Wells & Miami Open three times joining Roger Federer as the only tennis player to have done that two years in a row.
The final of the 2015 Miami Open is set following action on Friday from Florida. It will feature the two premier hard courters at the moment as World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will face Australian Open runner-up Andy Murray on Sunday.
It's been predicted that Andy Murray is on a collision course with Novak Djokovic, and the British tennis star is looking to make it a reality after beating Czech star Tomas Berdych at the 2015 Miami Open Masters.
The quarterfinal round of the 2015 Miami Open is completed following action on Wednesday and Thursday. Semifinal match-ups are set and the Masters Series event in Florida could lead to a blockbuster final.
It might have been David Ferrer's 33rd birthday today, but Novak Djokovic wasn't about to give him an easy gift. The two went for nearly two hours in a 7-5. 7-5 match with Djokovic winning and moving on.
John Isner is certainly on a roll after knocking out Milos Raonic yesterday, and he's moving on to the semi-finals after doing the same to Kei Nishikori in two sets. This makes Isner the first American male to reach the semi-finals in the 2015 Miami Open Masters along with being his second Top 10 win of the tournament.
He might be the number two worldwide ranking tennis player, but Roger Federer knows when to take a break from the courts and get ready for his next possible battle against the number one tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Novak Djokovic has torn through the 2015 Miami Open Masters pretty quickly and easily, but he did meet a very tough match with Alexandr Dolgopolov. That match showed he may be the number one worldwide ranked tennis player, but there's still plenty of competition ready to take his place.
Andy Murray might have just made British history after earning his 500th career victory over Kevin Anderson, but he struggled through a slow start against Dominic Thiem to make it to the 2015 Miami Open Masters semifinals.