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The tennis marathon continues on the world circuit after Indian Wells, and this Tuesday (22) was given the start of the main draw of the WTA 1000 in Miami.

The main draw of the ATP Masters 1000 starts this Wednesday (23). The best tennis players in the world battle for the title at the Open in Miami, Florida, played on open hard courts.

The transmission of the tournament in Brazil is because of the channels ESPNon pay television, and on the internet, via the pay platform Star+.

Favorite path

the Russian Daniel Medvedev will be the 1st seed and could face a tough stoppage on the debut, Andy Murray’s winner against Federico Delbonis. Whoever wins can find Cristian Garin in the third round and Roberto Bautista Agut in the round of 16. In the quarterfinals, Medvedev’s likely rivals will be either Denis Shapovalov or the defending champion. Hubert Hurkacz.

In the quadrant below, the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas is aiming for his best record in Miami and faces Daniel Altmaier or a second-round qualifier. Afterwards, he will be able to fight a duel against Alex De Minaur and in the round of 16, Marin Cilic or Carlos Alcaraz, recent semi-finalist in Indian Wells. In the quarter-finals, Tsitsipas can face the Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassimeseeded 7. To reach the quarter-finals, Felix can fight an octave duel against Taylor Fritz, thrilled after his first Masters 1000 title in Indian Wells.

At the bottom of the gentlemen’s singles key, Alexander Zverev is the 2nd seed and could have a complicated streak in Florida. Debut against Borna Coric or a qualifier, third round against Grigor Dimitrov, round of 16 against Diego Schwartzman or Lorenzo Sonego, quarter against Casper RuudCameron Norrie or John Isner and semi-final against Andrei RublevJannik Sinner, Reilly Opelka or Matteo Berretini.

Favorite path

Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka will be the main seed and could face either Baptiste or Begu in his debut. In the third round, he can face Kasatkina. In octaves, Bencic or Svitolina. In the quarter-finals, probable duel against Raducanu, Pliskova or Halep.

In the quadrant below, Annet Kontaveit looks to get back on the winning streak and opens his campaign in Miami against either Li or Sherif. In the sequence, he can face Cornet and in the octaves, Fernandez, Kerber or Naomi Osaka, “lost in parenthesis” and making his debut against Sharma. On Wednesday, Jabeur or Collins.

At the bottom of the table, the new champion in Indian Wells Iga Swiatek comes with everything towards the unprecedented Miami Open title. The Pole will open her campaign against Golubic or a qualifier. In the third round, he can face Samsonova and in the round of 16, Gauff or Cirstea. Their likely opponent in the quarter-finals will be Muguruza or Ostapenko.

In the other quadrant, the favorite Maria Sakkari, runner-up in Indian Wells, promises to stay aggressive and fight for the title in Florida. The Greek debut against Bia Haddad Maia, who defeated Parrizas Dias. In the streak, he can face Leys, and in the round of 16, Rybakina or Pegula. On Wednesday, Azarenka or Badosa. The Spaniard Paula is another who arrives as favorite in Miami.


One man key
unique key for women

Table Double Men
Table Double Women

last champions

single man:
2021 – Hurkacz
2020 – unrealized
2019 – Federer
2018 – Isner
2017 – Federer
2016 – Djokovic

Men’s doubles:
2021 – Mektic/Pavic
2020 – unrealized
2019 – Bryan/Bryan
2018 – Bryan/Bryan
2017 – Kubot/Melo
2016 – Herbert/Mahut

single woman :
2021 – Barty
2020 – unrealized
2019 – Barty
2018 – Stephen’s
2017 – Konta
2016 – Azarenka

female doubles
2021 – Aoyama/Shibahara
2020 – unrealized
2019 – Sabalenka/Mertens
2018 – Barty/Vandeweghe
2017 – Dabrowski/Yifan
2016 – Mattek/Safarova


Greatest singles champions: 6 Agassi/Djokovic
Most singles champions: 8 S.Williams

Longest winning streak: 19 Agassi and 22 V.Williams/Graf
Most times in the lead 1: 7 Federer and 7 S.Williams

Youngest champion: Djokovic 19 years old in 2007
Youngest champion: Seles, 16 in 1990

Oldest champion: Federer, 37 in 2019
Oldest champion: S.Williams aged 33 in 2015

Most men’s finals: 8 Agassi
Most women’s finals: 10 S.Williams

Players who made the Sunshine Double (winning Indian Wells and Miami): Courier, Chang, Sampras, Rios, Agassi, Federer and Djokovic. Graf, Clijsters and Azarenka.

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