Federer Beats Nadal 6-3, 6-4 In Miami Open FinalRoger Federer is playing so well this year he's even dominating his longtime nemesis, Rafael Nadal.
Venus Williams beats No. 1 Kerber in Miami Open QuartersVenus Williams whacked a winner on her fifth match point, then spun and threw a celebratory fist toward her father, who watched from the front row while munching popcorn.
Pliskova Makes Miami Open Semis; Nishikori Reaches QuartersAnother day of thrilling tennis matches in Key Biscayne has come and gone.
Roger Federer Playing Well, Reaches Miami Open Fourth RoundOne of tennis’ biggest starts is shining brightly in South Florida.
Even Without Williams & Murray, Miami Open Still Has Star PowerCelebrating its 33rd year, the Miami Open tennis tournament is still one of the premier showcases in the sport – routinely drawing both established stars and young players on the rise from all around the globe.
Miami Open Getting Underway On Key Biscayne With Some Noticeable AbsencesMonday marks the first official day of action at the Miami Open.
Mentor Serves Up Lessons About Tennis & LifeA South Florida woman is on a mission to prepare kids for life through tennis.
Keidel: More Doping, More ExcusesMaria Sharapova, like many doping athletes before her, isn't sorry she used a banned substance. She's sorry she got caught.
Sharapova Appealing 2-Year Doping Ban, Calls Failed Test "Not Intentional"International tennis star Maria Sharapova said she will appeal a 2-year doping ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Tennis Roundup: Gulliver, Cypress Bay Sweep Tennis State TitlesMiami-Dade and Broward County showed just how strong high school tennis is in South Florida at the FHSAA State Meets (Class 4A and 3A) at Sanlando Park) and (Class 2A and 1A) Tuesday at Red Bug Lake and Sylvan Lake Parks in Altamonte Springs.
Illness Forces Rafael Nadal To Retire In 3rd Set At Miami OpenRafael Nadal slumped in a changeover chair, the blood pressure gauge strapped to his mighty left arm serving as a scoreboard.
Vamos Rafa! A Popular Nadal Tries Again At Miami OpenRafael Nadal says his return to the Miami Open brings back mostly good memories, even though he's 0-4 in tournament finals.

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