Indian Wells is already past and we are moving faster for the second Masters of the season in Miami, which will be held at the new venue of the state-of-the-art Hard Rock Stadium!
The second Masters of the year begins this week, with Stefanos Tsitsypas having a reason more to want to stand out after his brief career at Indian Wells.
It was finished yesterday the draw for the second Masters of the season with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer meeting only in a possible final and Stefanos Tsitsipas to claim a better course
for his career. The 20-year-old Greek tennis player is at No8 in the world ranking of the dashboard in Miami,
and has qualified in the second round where either qualifier tennis player or Ugo Humbert will face. Miami’s qualifiers are playing very strong players, such as Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Felix Auger-Aliassime.
After qualifying in the third round, Chitsipas has more likely to be Guido Pella, while in the 4th round he crosses with Marin Cilic and Denis Shapovalov. Cilic is also his main rival for keeping him in Top 10 this season. In quarter-finals he crosses with Alexander Zverev and in the semi-finals with Roger Federer.
On the other hand, Roger Federer’s Indian Wells finalist has a rather demanding draw in Miami, as there is a good chance he can compete with Stan Bavrinka in the third round, just like in Indian Wells. In the semi-finals Roger meets Alexander Zverev.
On the other side of the board, the name of Novak Djokovic, whose first opponent will be announced when Tomas Berdych’s confrontation with Bernard Tomic ends.
Another 11 days of great tennis from the biggest finishers and the anxiety about the Miami Masters is more than ever !!
Source: ATP tour, atptour/ranking.com
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