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Cerundolo & Etcheverry Score Slam Dunk Meeting With Manu Ginobli

It was a slam dunk of a day for Argentine tennis Thursday at the Miami Open presented by Itau. National icon Manu Ginobli, a Basketball Hall of Fame NBA player for the San Antonio Spurs, spent time with some of his country’s stars. Ginobli met 2022 semi-finalist Francisco Cerundolo and Tomas

Bagnis Calls Alcaraz ‘A Combination Between Nadal & Federer’

When Carlos Alcaraz plays Facundo Bagnis in the second round of the Miami Open presented by Itau, it will be a clash of two players who have followed completely different career paths. Last year, Alcaraz became the youngest World No. 1 in the history of the Pepperstone ATP Rankings. On the

Bid Process Launches For Next Gen ATP Finals From 2023

The ATP, governing body of of men’s professional tennis, has launched a global bid process to determine the future host of the Next Gen ATP Finals, from 2023-2027. Since its inception in 2017, the Next Gen ATP Finals has been held in Milan, Italy, featuring the best eight ATP singles players

Bjorklund & Shapovalov: One Couple Chasing The Dream Together

Mirjam Bjorklund was battling deep into the third set of her first-round match at the Miami Open presented by Itau on Tuesday against Jasmine Paolini. The Swede had never won a qualifying match at a WTA 1000 match before, but she qualified and put herself in a position to reach

Wu Flips His Miami Script For R1 Win

Wu Yibing continued his ascent on Wednesday at the Miami Open presented by Itau. The Chinese star defeated Briton Kyle Edmund 7-5, 7-5 to reach the second round at the ATP Masters 1000 event. This year’s Dallas Open champion will next face 31st seed Diego Schwartzman to reach the third

Nakashima Powers Past Otte In Miami

Brandon Nakashima brought his big-hitting best to his opening match Wednesday at the 2023 Miami Open presented by Itau, where the American prevailed 7-6(3), 6-3 against Oscar Otte to reach the second round at the ATP Masters 1000 event. The 21-year-old Nakashima was rock-solid for much of