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Roger Federer downs injured John Isner in Miami for 101st career title

Roger Federer became ATP Tour's first repeat champion of 2019 when he won his 101st career title by beating defending champion John Isner in the Miami Open final in straight sets.

Miami Open: Australian Ashleigh Barty beats Karolina Pliskova to win title

Ashleigh Barty had a career-high 15 aces and became the newest 2019 titlist on the ATP and WTA circuits by beating Karolina Pliskova 7-6 (1), 6-3 Saturday.

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Teenagers provide glimpse of future at Miami Open

Denis Shapovalov, 19, and 18-year-old Felix Auger-Aliassime saw their exuberant runs in the tournament halted by their older counterparts but not before showcasing their talent that bodes well for the future.

Underarm or underhanded? Nick Kyrgios serve stokes debate

Nick Kyrgios doubled down with the tactic to win two points against hapless Serb Dusan Lajovic at the Miami Open and fire up a timeworn debate between modern fans and purists.

Miami Open: Roger Federer finishes with flurry of aces in third round

Roger Federer knew he had things going his way at the Miami Open when he hit three shots off his frame during a wild 17-stroke exchange and still won the point because Filip Krajinovic dumped a half volley into the net.

Miami Open: Novak Djokovic beats Federico Delbonis in third round

Novak Djokovic pulled a spare ball from his pocket, angrily whacked it against the backstop and then pounded his uncooperative racket into the concrete.

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Venus Williams shines as sun returns to Miami Open

After two days of almost constant rain Williams' match on the 13,800 temporary stadium court kicked off a busy day as organisers scrambled to get back on schedule after rain washed away three of the first four sessions.

Rain again spoils Miami Open party, wiping out play

A move from the cramped Crandon Park on picturesque Key Biscayne to the wide open spaces at Hard Rock Stadium was hoped to provide the Miami Open with a bright future.

Naomi Osaka sister act primed for Miami Open spotlight

Serena and Venus Williams usually get top billing at the Miami Open but this year there is another sister act vying for the spotlight with world number one Naomi Osaka showing older sibling Mari the ropes.

Novak Djokovic ready to play tennis not politics at Miami Open

Despite a tenure which brought record prize money and growth, Kermode was ousted as ATP chief when players' representatives on the ATP Board failed to endorse an extension of the Englishman's contract.

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