The contenders are beginning to separate themselves from the rest of the competitive field at the 2015 Miami Open. Monday's action featured the women's fourth round, while the men were engaged in third-round play. Defending championShow More Summary
Serena will next meet the winner of the Tuesday match between No. 11 Sara Errani and No. 27 Sabine Lisicki.
Is it panic time for Rafael Nadal?
"I was anxious on court," Nadal said after a second straight career loss to Spanish countryman Fernando "Hot Sauce" Verdasco. "I tried in every point, but I was not able to relax myself, calm myself."
Rafael Nadal says he's too nervous to win!
On the women's side, the Miami Open continued to be a platform for the world's best women's tennis players—minus Maria Sharapova—to thrive. On the men's side, though, Sunday played host to the second No. 2 seed being sent packing. Rafael...Show More Summary
Rafael Nadal is already waving goodbye to the first week of the 2015 Miami Masters. Looks like it's on to red-clay Europe for the weeks to come. Is that really so bad for the Spaniard? Miami does seem to be a letdown after Indian Wells, and the ATP and WTA superstars are already getting erased from the bracket. Show More Summary
After the events of Indian Wells, there is plenty for Miami to live up to heading toward the business end of the tournament. There are contenders in the men's draw with significant points to be prove. Grigor Dimitrov has been talkedShow More Summary
Serena Williams meets 15-year-old CiCi Bellis this afternoon in Miami.
The Indian Wells Masters has been over for a number of days now, but its aftermath continues. Plenty has been digested and lots revealed as the run up to Roland Garros continues at pace. With both the men's and women's draws producing...Show More Summary
The 2015 Miami Open continued Saturday with a busy day around Crandon Park Tennis Center featuring many high-profile players from the star-studded field. That includes the top seeds in both draws, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams. Those two players are also the defending champions at the Masters 1000 event. Show More Summary
The Miami Open has undergone many changes during its 30 years of existence. From sponsorship swaps to cosmetic upgrades of the facilities and even format changes, the tournament is constantly evolving. What's one thing that's stayedShow More Summary
Rafael Nadal compares Indian Wells to Miami.
Why shouldn't Novak Djokovic feel great?
The end of Friday's matches at the 2015 Miami Open prevented reigning champion Serena Williams from taking the court, but plenty of notable names did get their work in at the Masters event. Victoria Azarenka has been fighting to get on course this season, but she took a big step forward in advancing to the third round. Show More Summary
With Indian Wells already in his pocket, Novak Djokovic is the overwhelming favorite to win the 2015 Miami Masters. He has an easy draw, big-match confidence and dominant tools. History comes calling once again, and as usual the only...Show More Summary
Serena Williams's match against Monica Niculescu was cancelled Friday night.
Rafael Nadal had no issues with his ankle today.
For long stretches over the past few years, Australian Bernard Tomic seemed bent on turning his career into a train wreck. After Tomic appeared to go into the tank in a second-round match with Andy Roddick at the 2012 U.S. Open, a fellow...Show More Summary
With the clay-court season heating up and as the fallout from Indian Wells continues, questions about just who will become the most successful Grand Slam player this year continue to spring up. Andy Murray is one such name on many lips...Show More Summary