Novak Djokovic won the Miami Masters on Sunday, defeating Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-3 in the final. The Serb broke another record with his title as he now stands alone for Masters Series 1000 tournament victories at 28.
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.
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.
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.
Most people wouldn't consider themselves a 'veteran' at the age of 27, and Novak Djokovic was no different until today. After his incredible win with some difficulty against Alexandr Dolgopolov, a reporter mentioned his upcoming quarterfinals match with the other 'veteran' David Ferrer.
Marin Cilic, currently ranked 10th in the world, may be the reiging US Open champion. However fans looking for a repeat in 2015 of the kind of tennis he played in the latter parts of 2014 are likely in for a disappointment.
Eighth Seed Tomas Berdych moved into the 2015 Miami Open Masters quarterfinals after beating Gael Monfils on Tuesday in two sets. It didn't help Monfils when he took a nasty tumble while playing and hurt his hip. That injury pretty much decided the game.
Andy Murray just keeps moving ahead in the 2015 Miami Open Masters, and today he beat Santiago Giraldo sending him to the fourth round. If the British tennis player beats Kevin Anderson on Tuesday he will become the ninth active player and the 46th man in the open era to reach 500 victories.
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