The Sony Open on Key Biscayne will feature the number one men’s player in the world this year.
Plans to repair Bear Cut Bridge, which connects Virginia Key to Key Biscayne, were given the green light by the Miami-Dade Commission.
Andy Murray has erased a championship point and rallied past David Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (1) in the final of the Sony Open.
Serena Williams has broken the Key Biscayne women’s record for most titles, and Maria Sharapova has set a new standard for futility in finals.
Four-time runner-up Maria Sharapova advanced to another Key Biscayne final by beating Jelena Jankovic 6-2, 6-1 on Thursday at the Sony Open.
Moments before the match, Tommy Haas sat in his changeover chair jiggling his legs, eager to face the world’s No. 1-ranked player and old enough to know such chances don’t often come along.
Serena Williams’ match was more than an hour old Monday before she began providing a soundtrack for her comeback.
Mired in a marathon game midway through the opening set, Maria Sharapova wore down her opponent with characteristic resolve and relentlessness, then won the last point without hitting a shot.
Three-time champion Venus Williams withdrew from the Sony Open with a lower back injury shortly before her third-round match Saturday against fellow American Sloane Stephens.
The tens of thousands who descended on Downtown Miami for a weekend of big events were already out in force Saturday morning.