The Sony Open on Key Biscayne will feature the number one men’s player in the world this year.
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A South Florida sports legend reached a major milestone today.
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Rafael Nadal won the US Open Monday night in New York.
Miami-born unranked tennis player Victoria Duval defeated former US Open Champion Samantha Stosur, ranked number 11 in the world, in a major upset—for Stosur—at the 2013 US Open.
Former tennis star Jennifer Capriati’s attorney was in court Friday morning for a stalking and battery case that involves her ex-boyfriend.
Plans to repair Bear Cut Bridge, which connects Virginia Key to Key Biscayne, were given the green light by the Miami-Dade Commission.
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.