Miami Open Quarter Final 2019

Miami Open Quarter Final 2019 : The 2019 Miami Open presented by Itaú also known as 2019 Miami Masters is a current professional men and women’s tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts that started on 2019 jokovic Quarter Final was looking to win the 850th match of his career against Bautista Agut, but that achievement will have to take place at another tournament.

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — In what is usually one of his most successful stretches of the season, top-ranked Novak Djokovic fell short of expectations for the second time this month, losing, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, to No. 22 Roberto Bautista Agut in the fourth round of the Miami Open on Tuesday afternoon.

After gaining a foothold in the match early in the second set, Bautista Agut endured a 40-minute rain delay before drawing level. After breaking for a 3-1 advantage, Bautista Agut dropped his serve but then broke Djokovic again immediately, extending his lead to 5-2 before the two traded holds to finish the match.

“The key of the match was at the beginning of the second set, no?” Bautista Agut said. “If I wanted to win the match, I had to be very close at the score. Otherwise Novak, when he gets an advantage, he plays really aggressive.”Indeed, Djokovic had never previously lost a match at the Miami Open after winning the first set, a string of 41 matches.

His advantage looked even more secure when he broke Bautista Agut in the first game of the second set, but Djokovic could not hold in the next game.“I lost the momentum,” Djokovic said. “I lost the rhythm in the second set. I gave him a little room to step in, and he did. A little hope that he can come back, and he made a great comeback. But fault is on me, for sure. I had way too many opportunities that I wasted.”

Create an account or log in to get moreDjokovic, a six-time champion in Miami, came into the tournament with little momentum, having lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber in the third round at Indian Wells, a tournament where he is a five-time champion.

The stumbles have come unexpectedly for Djokovic, who had appeared untouchable as he finished his run to a seventh Australian Open title in January, finishing off the major with a 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 win over Rafael Nadal in the final.

Djokovic’s inability to dominate has been consistent with the parity on tour this season: The 19 ATP tournaments this season have each been won by a different man. While Djokovic is still a clear leader of the pack in the rankings, his leadership role off the court has perhaps hampered that status.

Djokovic, the president of the ATP player council, has spent these tournaments embroiled in a back room imbroglio over the ATP board’s contentious decision not to renew the contract of the chief executive, Chris Kermode.

Though Djokovic initially refuted a suggestion that those things had disrupted his play, he ultimately conceded that the distractions had been detrimental.“I just had way too many things off the court,” Djokovic said. “I guess that affected me a little bit on the court.”

It was Bautista Agut’s third win over Djokovic in 10 matches. He also defeated him in their most recent meeting in January, in the semifinals of the ATP tournament in Doha, Qatar.Bautista Agut converted 4 of 7 break point opportunities on Tuesday, compared with 4 of 13 for Djokovic.

“This kind of match I should not have lost,” Djokovic said. “So many opportunities. Just way too many wasted opportunities.”ISNER ADVANCES; KYRGIOS LOSES The defending champion John Isner reached the Miami Open quarterfinals with a 7-6(5), 7-6(3) win over Britain’s Kyle Edmund on Tuesday, while Nick Kyrgios, in a loss to Brona Coric, was given a point penalty for an audible obscenity.

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The obscenity by Kyrgios, who produced perhaps the shot of the tournament early in his 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 loss to the 11th-seeded Coric, was apparently directed at a spectator. The penalty put him down a double break in the third set.

Up next for Coric will be a clash with Felix Auger-Aliassime, who beat No. 17 Nikoloz Basilashvili, 7-6(4) 6-4, to become the first qualifier to reach the last eight in Miami since Guillermo Canas in 2007. Auger-Aliassime, an 18-year-old Canadian qualifier, also became the first player born in the 2000s to reach a Masters quarterfinal.

Isner, known for his serve, fired 17 aces and won 81 percent of his first-serve points to reach the quarterfinals without dropping a set through three matches in Miami. He will next face Bautista Agut. (REUTERS)

KVITOVA ATTACKER SENTENCED A man who stabbed the two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in her home was sentenced to eight years in prison on Tuesday.Radim Zondra, 33, was convicted of causing Kvitova serious bodily harm by a regional court in Brno, Czech Republic.

The state prosecutor requested 12 years for Zondra, who pleaded not guilty to attacking Kvitova in December 2016 in her apartment in Prostejov.Kvitova’s spokesman, Karel Tejkal, said she “respects the ruling of an independent court.”

 

Miami Open

Miami Open Semi Final 2019 : The sun was shining, the Miami Open Semi Final 2019 favorites were winning, top-ranked Novak Djokovic raced to a 5-0 lead over Roberto Bautista Agut in 28 minutes; and then, the clouds set in, Djokovic lost his focus and unraveled.For the second time this year, Bautista Agut rallied from a set down and toppled Djokovic in three sets. The 30-year-old Spaniard won 1-6, 7-5, 6-3 on Tuesday in a two-and-a-half-hour match that was interrupted by a 30-minute rain delay. He also beat Djokovic in the semifinals at Doha in January.

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The British No 1 Kyle Edmund was beaten in two close sets by John Isner in their fourth-round match at the Miami Open, with the climax marred by a fan calling out during a key point.

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Isner claimed the opening set on a tie-break, but Edmund had recovered to force another in the second. However, when serving at 3-5 down, there was a shout of “out” from the crowd following a return from the American down the baseline.

The players continued, Edmund having raised his hand to the chair umpire, who then called a halt a couple of shots later.

The Briton was told by Brazilian Carlos Bernardes: “It is the public … you cannot stop like this, it is the person from the crowd.”

Edmund replied: “I didn’t stop”, then added: “You have no control … they keep shouting at every point … unbelievable.” He was ruled to have lost the point, which left Isner, the world No 9, 6-3 ahead and serving for the match.

Following another heated exchange between Edmund and the umpire, play eventually resumed, Isner produced his 17th ace to seal his place in the quarter-finals with a 7-6 (5), 7-6 (3) win in one hour and 43 minutes, which keeps him on course for a successful title defence.

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There was little sign of the drama to follow as Isner had earlier looked to have taken control of the opening set when a break and then a hold saw him move 5-2 ahead. However, as the sun on the Stadium Court continued to affect serving, Edmund – who beat Milos Raonic in the third round – recovered to break back and level at 5-5 before forcing the tie-break.

The Briton, ranked No 22 in the world, then produced an early mini-break on Isner’s serve to move 3-0 and then 4-1 ahead.

Isner, though, responded to level at 5-5 after two mini-breaks with another handing him a set point which the American confidently dispatched on serve.

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Coric vs Auger Aliassime

Coric vs Auger Aliassime : Croatian tennis superstar, Borna Coric has made it into the quarterfinals of the 2019 ATP Miami Open will play against Felix Auger Aliassime from Canada. Coric won 86% of his service games and broke his opponent’s serve on 4 occasions to set up the win. Coric e Kyrgios sono un set pari. Aprono Edmund-Isner sul centrale e Auger-Aliassime-Basilashvili sul Grandstand.

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Croatian tennis superstar, Borna Coric has made it into the quarterfinals of the 2019 ATP Miami Open where he will play against Felix Auger Aliassime from Canada.

Borna Coric had a big win in the previous sound as he eliminated Nick Kyrgios from Australia by winning in 3 sets. It was a close match where Coric lost the opening set but fought back extremely well to win the outright match. During the win, Coric served exceptionally well as he hit 12 aces which helped him win 68% of his service points. Coric won 86% of his service games and broke his opponent’s serve on 4 occasions to set up the win. Coric has looked very good in this tournament and he will be confident that he can win this match considering his recent form.

On the other side of the coin, Felix Auger Aliassime won his previous match in straight sets as he beat the number 17 seed. It was a very strong performance by Felix Auger Aliassime as he won 82% of his service games and 3 return games. Felix Auger Aliassime is considering to be one of the most talented young players on the tour but he lacks the experience that is normally favourable when playing a big match in a major tournament.

This will be the first time that Borna Coric and Felix Auger Aliassime will be playing each other at an ATP event.

Both Felix Auger Aliassime and Borna Coric have had very good tournaments and that should ensure we will get a high-quality tennis match. As far as picking a winner is concerned, I am going to predict that Borna Coric will win. Coric has more experience of playing at big tournaments and I see that giving him a big edge over Felix Auger Aliassime.
Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime’s dream week continues. The qualifier ousted 17th-seeded Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili 7-6(4), 6-4 on Tuesday to reach the quarter-finals of the Miami Open presented by Itau.

The 18-year-old had never reached the fourth round of an ATP Masters 1000 tournament before this event, but he is the first qualifier to make the last eight in Miami since Guillermo Canas in 2007. Auger-Aliassime is also projected to crack the Top 50 of the ATP Rankings next Monday, becoming the first player born in the 2000s to do so.

“It was about finding ways. I think in the tie-break, I was able to be a bit more solid and pressure him a little bit more, and it really made a difference,” said Auger-Aliassime, who will next face 11th seed Borna Coric. “After, I felt like I had an edge over him in the second set, being up a break twice and being able to secure my serve at the end. So it was more my way then.”
Auger-Aliassime shanked a forehand well out while facing two break points at 5-5 to give Basilashvili the opportunity to serve out the first set. But the teenager showed the maturity of a veteran, battling into a tie-break and winning it to take the lead.

The World No. 57 broke early in the second set, but nerves could have set in again when Basilashvili broke back for 3-3. The Canadian immediately responded with another break, though, and with a wild Basilashvili forehand the teen advanced after one hour and 36 minutes.

Both competitors played aggressively throughout the match, knocking the fuzz off the balls in power-filled rallies. But Basilashvili made the more untimely errors of the two, including two unforced errors from 30/30 at 4-5 in the second set as Auger-Aliassime served out the match.

The tennis world’s eyes have been on the 18-year-old for years now as he became the youngest player to win an ATP Challenger Tour main draw match when he was 14.

“I have been dealing with this for the past couple of years, so I think in a way that’s why I am able now to have these kind of results, because this extra pressure, this attention that I gave maybe last year or the year before to the outcomes, to the media, that’s a bit behind me now where I’m able really to stay in the present and really focus on what I have to do in the court, finding ways to win,” Auger-Aliassime said. “That just keeps me going and just keeps me happy.”

Auger-Aliassime’s next opponent, Coric, defeated Acapulco champion Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 in one hour and 56 minutes.

It is Coric’s second consecutive trip to the Miami quarter-finals. The North American Masters 1000 events have treated Coric well over the past 13 months. The Croat advanced to the semi-finals in Indian Wells last year.

Coric withstood 18 Kyrgios aces under the Florida sun, upping his aggression from the baseline over the final two sets to move past the flashy Aussie and even their FedEx ATP Head2Head series at 2-2. Kyrgios hit some incredible hot shots in the three-set clash, including a crosscourt tweener winner in the first set and a 106 mph forehand return winner in the decider, but Coric’s solid play was too much.

Federer vs Medvedev

Federer vs Medvedev : Fourth-seeded Roger Federer was set to take the Hard Rock Stadium court for a round-of-16 match against Federer vs Medvedev Tuesday night in Miami Gardens, Florida. Swiss star plays in the fourth round of the Miami Open against Roger Federer has made it into the fourth round of the 2019 ATP Miami Open  Federer vs Medvedev will play against Daniil Medvedev from Russia.

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The match was officially postponed until Wednesday and will not be played before 3 p.m. ET.With No. 1 Novak Djokovic losing to No. 22 Roberto Bautista Agut earlier Tuesday, Federer is the highest remaining seed in the tournament. Prior to Miami, Federer fell to Dominic Thiem in the finals of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, on March 17.

Coming in, Federer held a 2-0 career head-to-head record over the 23-year-old Russian. Both matchups came last year.

Seeded no.4, Roger had an uncertain start of his Miami Open campaign after he edged Radu Albot in the 2nd round in 3 sets (4-6 7-5 6-3). The Swiss had a much better performance in the 3rd round against Filip Krajinovic after he defeated the Serbian 7-5 6-3 playing excellent tennis.

“I’m looking forward to the game. I’m very impressed with his progress. I must say the last year has been unbelievable for him… Very impressive.”
Tuesday features a mouth-watering roster of matches at the Miami Open presented by Itau, with all fourth-round clashes taking place at Hard Rock Stadium.

Top seed Novak Djokovic faces a stern test against No. 22 seed Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain. Although the Serbian leads their FedEx ATP Head2Head rivalry 7-2, Bautista Agut won their most recent clash this January at the Qatar ExxonMobil Open and has prevailed in their past two hard-court matches. The 30-year-old has been in fine form this season, taking the title in Doha (d. Berdych) and reaching his first Grand Slam quarter-final at the Australian Open (l. To Tsitsipas).

Djokovic has been made to work in his first two matches this fortnight. The six-time Miami champion was pushed to a first-set tie-break against Bernard Tomic and dropped a set against Federico Delbonis. But the World No. 1 is at his best in the later stages of tournaments and will be eager to avenge his most recent loss to Bautista Agut.

Fourth seed Roger Federer headlines the night session against No. 13 seed Daniil Medvedev of Russia. The Swiss improved his form considerably in his third-round win on Monday, firing 35 winners to defeat Filip Krajinovic. Federer leads his FedEx ATP Head2Head series against Medvedev 2-0, with both wins coming last October at the Rolex Shanghai Masters and Swiss Indoors Basel.
Medvedev stretched Federer to three sets in Shanghai and has remained solid in his results.

The Russian prevailed last month at the Sofia Open (d. Fucsovics) and started the season with a runner-up finish at the Brisbane International (l. Nishikori). But with only one win over a Top 10 player (Wawrinka, 2017 Wimbledon), a high-profile victory would bring the World No. 15 in the ATP Rankings to a new level in his career.

Other marquee matches on Monday include seventh seed and defending champion John Isner of the United States facing off against 19th seed Kyle Edmund of Great Britain, sixth seed Kevin Anderson of South Africa taking on Jordan Thompson of Australia, and eighth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece battling No.

Reilly Opelka has had a nice run so far coming through qualifying and winning two matches. This upcoming match will be his toughest test yet, against a player in Medvedev who’s playing well right now. Like most Opelka matches, this match is going to be decided by a few key points. Medvedev can make his opponents come up with tough shots in big moments, and I don’t think Opelka is ready for that yet.

Roger Federer survived an opening round scare against Moldova’s Radu Albot to advance to the round of 32, while Krajinovic built off his impressive run in Indian Wells defeating Stan Wawrinka in a third set tiebreaker. While Federer is vulnerable right now, I don’t think Krajinovic has the game to beat him. Krajinovic has had some extra motivation as of late after former coach Thomas Johansson told him he wasn’t good enough for him, but that won’t be enough to get past the three-time Miami Open champion.

Andrey Rublev picked up his best win of the 2019 season with a straight-set win over Marin Cilic. Even with the discrepancy in ranking, it didn’t come as much of a surprise as Rublev is in good form right now. Both of these nextgen stars will view this as an excellent opportunity to get to the round of 16 at a Masters 1000 event. Shapovalov, as we’ve seen, doesn’t shy away from the big stage, but I feel like Rublev is playing a little better than he is at the moment. This one should be close either way, but I like Rublev’s chances of continuing his run in Miami.

Miami Open 2019

Miami Open 2019 : The new site for the Miami Open 2019 suddenly is missing a lot of star power.Osaka’s departure matched the earliest ever in the tournament by a top-seeded woman and jeopardized her No. 1 ranking, Miami Open 2019 depending on results next week. Second seed, Zverev will hope to go one step better than last season, when he lost the final to John Isner, while Federer will seek a second title in three years, and a fourth title overall at the event.

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The top-seeded Djokovic was upset by Roberto Bautista Agut 1-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the fourth round of the Miami Open on Tuesday. He also made an early exit from Indian Wells earlier in the month.

Djokovic was looking to win the 850th match of his career against Bautista Agut, but that achievement will have to take place at another tournament. This kind of match I should not have lost,” Djokovic said. “I lost the momentum, I lost the rhythm in the second set. I gave him a little room to step in and he did. A little hope that he can come back, and he made a great comeback.

“But fault is on me, for sure. I had way too many opportunities that I wasted.” Djokovic lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany in the third round at Indian Wells. Djokovic, the president of the ATP Player Council, has been a central figure in recent ATP off-court news. He was involved when the ATP Board of Directors decided this month not to renew the contract of ATP Executive Chairman Chris Kermode when it expires at the end of the year.

Initially on Tuesday, Djokovic denied his recent losses were affected by his off-court activities within the game, but later admitted that it might have taken a toll. Way too many things off the court,” Djokovic said. “I guess that affected me a little bit on the court. I didn’t feel my best health-wise, as well, in Indian Wells and here. You know, still rusty, but, hey, look, you learn that’s life.”

After racing through the first set against Bautista Agut in 33 minutes, Djokovic lost control of the match. He only took advantage of four of 13 break points presented, and had his own serve broken on three of seven break points he faced. One, two, three sluggish games, and that’s what happened,” Djokovic added.

Djokovic was leading 6-1, 4-5 when rain delayed play for 30 minutes. Returning to the court, Djokovic surrendered his serve on a second break point in the 12th game to lose the second set. The Serb recouped one service break in the third set, but he lost his serve again in the sixth game to fall behind 2-4.

Djokovic holds a 7-3 record over Bautista Agut, but the Spaniard has now beaten him the past two times they’ve played. Bautista Agut defeated Djokovic in a three-set semifinal at the Qatar Open in January.

Earlier in the day, defending champion John Isner advanced to the quarterfinals by securing a 7-6 (5), 7-6 (3) win over No. 19 seed Kyle Edmund. Isner, the seventh seed, has played five tiebreak sets in six sets played in his three-match wins to reach this year’s quarters.

In a women’s quarterfinal match, Australia’s Asheigh Barty defeated two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic, 7-6 (6), 3-6, 6-2. Earlier Tuesday, Kvitova learned that the man who stabbed her in an attack in her home in 2016 was sentenced eight years in prison by a court in the Czech Republic.

“Yeah, I heard that, for sure. I heard that this morning,” she said. “I accepted the news. I’m happy for the news, and I’m glad it’s over now.” Roger Federer’s scheduled fourth-round match against 13th-seeded Daniil Medvedev of Russia, scheduled as the second match on the stadium court, was postponed until Wednesday because of a long rain delay.

The match will now take place not before 3:00 p.m. Wednesday. The tournament planned to complete the other three matches scheduled for Tuesday night.

Halep vs Wang

Halep vs Wang : Simona Halep vs Qiang Wang head to head stats and betting tips. Make a bet now at the best odds with our virtual game & odds checker system. Simona March 27 2019. Betting odds and lines, betting trends, matchup stats for bettors.Get all the latest on Miami Open Tennis fixtures, results with stats on their H2H rivalry. ATP & WTA Simona Halep head to head tennis search.

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Romanian tennis superstar, Simona Halep has made it into the quarterfinals of the 2019 WTA Miami Open. Halep will now face Wang Qiang from China.

Wang Qiang won her previous match in straight sets to make it into this stage of the tournament. During the win, Wang returned serve exceptionally well as she won around 40% of her receiving points which allowed her to break her opponent’s serve on 4 occasions. The serving was also solid for Wang Qiang as she won 82% of her service games. This is going to be a much tougher match for Wang as she is playing the number 2 seed.

On the other side of the court, Simona Halep had a very strong win in the fourth round as she beat Venus Williams in straight sets. Simona Halep served exceptionally well as she won 73% of her service points. Halep won 89% of her service games and 44% of her return games to set up a comfortable win. Halep has a very strong record at the Miami Open as she has won 73% of her matches played at this event throughout her career. This is Simona Halep’s fourth appearance at the quarterfinals of the Miami Open so she should be comfortable with the situation of this fixture.

Simona Halep and Wang Qiang have played once in the past in a match that Simona Halep won. The match was played in 2018 at the WTA Indian Wells Open where Simona Halep beat Wang Qiang in straight sets.

Taking everything into notice, I am going to pick Simona Halep to win this match. Wang has played well throughout this tournament but Halep has more experience in the big matches and has been playing better tennis. Halep is higher ranked and I see her being too strong
With Petra Kvitova and Naomi Osaka out of the tournament, Simona Halep has the opportunity to be No. 1 once more if she makes the final of the Miami Open. She has to win two more matches to get there, beginning with Qiang Wang in the quarter-finals.

After a scrappy win against Polona Hercog in the previous round, it was far more straight forward for Halep in round four. She eased past Venus Williams 6-3 6-3, rarely being troubled by the former No. 1. It was backed by a strong serving performance, something the Romanian was definitely pleased with afterwards. “I’m more confident. And when I saw today that I can win easy games with my serve, gave me a lot of confidence because she’s a very good returner.” she said.

Wang has established herself on the tour over the past few years, finally hitting the top 20 in large part due to her success in the Asian swing last year. She will be ranked at least No. 16 after this tournament but could go as high as No. 10 if she wins the title. She beat Yafan Wang 7-5 6-4, striking at the end of each set to take the victory.

Halep does have very minor knee issues but it shouldn’t be something that impacts her too much. “I’m feeling okay, much better than yesterday. A little bit tired but it’s normal. The knee was fine, it’s good that tomorrow I have day off for singles.” she said. Wang is much improved from the player that lost 7-5 6-1 to Halep last year at Indian Wells but with the No. 1 in her grasp, Halep will be desperate to advance.
Kvitova is bidding to rise to No.1 for the first time in her career. Halep most recently occupied the top spot in January, before Osaka overtook her by winning the Australian Open title.

By advancing to the quarterfinals with a tough three-set win over Yulia Putinseva, Karolina Pliskova will return to the Top 5 after Miami. She will rise to No.5 by making the quarterfinals and No.4 with a semifinal or runner-up finish. If she wins the title, she could move as high as No.2, depending on Halep and Kvitova’s results.

Angelique Kerber will be No.4 or No.5 (if Pliskova reaches semifinals) after Miami. Kerber lost in the third round of Miami to Bianca Andreescu.

Kiki Bertens, who lost in three sets to Ashleigh Barty in the Round of 16, will move to a career-high No.6 after Miami, followed by Elina Svitolina at No.7. Bertens heads to the Volvo Car Open next week, where she is the defending champion.

Miami Open defending champion Sloane Stephens, who lost in the third round to Tatjana Maria, will drop to No.8.

Ashleigh Barty is closing in on making her Top 10 debut. The Australian can secure her Top 10 debut after Miami by reaching the semifinals, or if Wang Qiang does not win the title. Barty can move as high as No.9 if she reaches the semifinals.

Barty would move to No.11 if she loses in the quarterfinals to Kvitova and Wang Qiang wins the title.

Wang Qiang will move to No.15 or No.16 (if Kontaveit reaches the semifinals) after Miami, the highest ranking held by a Chinese player since the week of November 3, 2014 when Li Na was No.9.

Wang could move to No.14 or No.15 (if Kontaveit reaches the final) by reaching the semifinals at Miami. She could move to No.13 or No.14 (if Kontaveit wins the title) as runner-up in Miami, and could move as high as No.9 or No.10 by winning the title.

Anett Kontaveit is projected to be No.18 or No.19 (if Hsieh wins the title) by reaching the quarterfinals in Miami. The Estonian will move to No.14 or 15 by reaching the semifinals and as high as No.14 as runner-up and as high as No.12 by winning the title.

Hsieh Su-Wei is projected to move to No.24 or No.25 by reaching the quarterfinals at Miami. Hsieh would equal her career-high ranking of No.23 by reaching the semifinals or finishing as runner-up. She held the No.23 ranking for one week from February 25, 2013 to March 3, 2013.

Marketa Vondrousova will reach a career-high ranking of No.43 by reaching the quarterfinals. The Czech teenager could climb to No.38 by reaching the semifinals. She would rise to No.31 as a finalist and as high as No.24 by winning the title.

Isner vs Bautista Agut

Isner vs Bautista Agut : The American will face the winner of Isner vs Bautista Agut in the last eight. However, Isner thinks it is unlikely that he will defend Novak Djokovic looks to turn the tables on Roberto Bautista Agut at on Monday include seventh seed and defending champion John Isner ATP Miami Day 7 Predictions Including Roger Federer vs Daniil Medvedev He’s up against Bautista Agut who got the better of Djokovic in Doha earlier John Isner is going to have to start playing much better

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The top-seeded Djokovic was upset by Roberto Bautista Agut 1-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the fourth round of the Miami Open on Tuesday. He also made an early exit from Indian Wells earlier in the month.

Djokovic was looking to win the 850th match of his career against Bautista Agut, but that achievement will have to take place at another tournament. This kind of match I should not have lost,” Djokovic said. “I lost the momentum, I lost the rhythm in the second set. I gave him a little room to step in and he did. A little hope that he can come back, and he made a great comeback.

“But fault is on me, for sure. I had way too many opportunities that I wasted.” Djokovic lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany in the third round at Indian Wells. Djokovic, the president of the ATP Player Council, has been a central figure in recent ATP off-court news. He was involved when the ATP Board of Directors decided this month not to renew the contract of ATP Executive Chairman Chris Kermode when it expires at the end of the year.

Initially on Tuesday, Djokovic denied his recent losses were affected by his off-court activities within the game, but later admitted that it might have taken a toll. Way too many things off the court,” Djokovic said. “I guess that affected me a little bit on the court. I didn’t feel my best health-wise, as well, in Indian Wells and here. You know, still rusty, but, hey, look, you learn that’s life.”

After racing through the first set against Bautista Agut in 33 minutes, Djokovic lost control of the match. He only took advantage of four of 13 break points presented, and had his own serve broken on three of seven break points he faced. One, two, three sluggish games, and that’s what happened,” Djokovic added.

Djokovic was leading 6-1, 4-5 when rain delayed play for 30 minutes. Returning to the court, Djokovic surrendered his serve on a second break point in the 12th game to lose the second set. The Serb recouped one service break in the third set, but he lost his serve again in the sixth game to fall behind 2-4.

Djokovic holds a 7-3 record over Bautista Agut, but the Spaniard has now beaten him the past two times they’ve played. Bautista Agut defeated Djokovic in a three-set semifinal at the Qatar Open in January.

Earlier in the day, defending champion John Isner advanced to the quarterfinals by securing a 7-6 (5), 7-6 (3) win over No. 19 seed Kyle Edmund. Isner, the seventh seed, has played five tiebreak sets in six sets played in his three-match wins to reach this year’s quarters.

In a women’s quarterfinal match, Australia’s Asheigh Barty defeated two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic, 7-6 (6), 3-6, 6-2. Earlier Tuesday, Kvitova learned that the man who stabbed her in an attack in her home in 2016 was sentenced eight years in prison by a court in the Czech Republic.

“Yeah, I heard that, for sure. I heard that this morning,” she said. “I accepted the news. I’m happy for the news, and I’m glad it’s over now.” Roger Federer’s scheduled fourth-round match against 13th-seeded Daniil Medvedev of Russia, scheduled as the second match on the stadium court, was postponed until Wednesday because of a long rain delay.

The match will now take place not before 3:00 p.m. Wednesday. The tournament planned to complete the other three matches scheduled for Tuesday night.