Live Miami Open day 4: Medvedev heroic Murray, Tsitsipas and the King start the match

(Sports News, Tennis News) On the fourth day of the Miami Open this year, No. 1 seed Daniil Medvedev will have to face the two-time champion of this tournament, Andy Murray. Meanwhile, 3rd seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and defending champion Hubert Hurkacz will start their journey with exciting challenges.

1st seed Daniil Medvedev (Russia) – Andy Murray (Scotland): 23h, 26/3, second round of men’s singles Miami Masters, Center Court

Video Andy Murray beat Federico Delbonis in round 1 of Miami Masters this year:

With Novak Djokovic not being able to attend this year’s Miami Masters because he could not meet the mandatory requirement of being vaccinated against Covid-19 if he entered the US, the opportunity to reclaim the No. with Daniil Medvedev after he climbed to the top of the ATP rankings 3 weeks ago.

Live Miami Open on 4: Medvedev heroic Murray, Tsitsipas and

Medvedev meets Murray again after 3 years

To do that, the Russian “Morning Star” needs to reach the semi-finals of the second ATP Masters 1000 tournament of the year. However, the challenge of Medvedev’s upcoming match will not be easy when he has to face former king Andy Murray.

Despite only being able to attend the Miami Masters this year thanks to a wildcard, the 34-year-old Scottish player still played well in the first round when he defeated Argentine opponent Federico Delbonis 7-6 (4), 6-1.

Murray has won the Miami Masters men’s singles twice in 2009 and 2013. He is also having a good record at this hard court tournament when he won 29 matches and lost 9 times.

But the upcoming match against Medvedev will be Murray’s first time playing at the Miami Open since the tournament moved from its old venue Key Biscayne to the new court at the Miami Gardens tennis complex in Florida in 2019.

For Daniil Medvedev, the Miami Open has always been a difficult tournament for him when the last 3 times he attended this playground, the Russian tennis player failed to pass the quarterfinals.

In the past, Medvedev won against Murray in the only encounter between them in the second round of the ATP 250 Brisbane International in Australia in 2019 with a score of 7-5, 6-2.

But when rematching this man after 3 years, the Moscow-born 9x player will have to be very vigilant if he doesn’t want his dream to reclaim the world No. 1 position from Djokovic and win the Miami Open for the first time soon. disappear with me.

3rd seed Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) – Jeffrey John Wolf (USA): 6:00 am, March 27, Miami Masters men’s singles second round, Grand Stand

After losing to Jenson Brookby 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the third round of Indian Wells Masters, Stefanos Tsitsipas will again meet another American host in the opening at the Miami Masters this year. That is Jeffrey John Wolf, 23-year-old tennis player who is ranked 167 in the world.

Live Miami Open on 4: Medvedev heroic Murray, Tsitsipas and

Tsitsipas won Jeffrey John Wolf in the 2nd round of the Mexican Open in February this year

Last month, Tsitsipas won this opponent with the meaning “Wolf” quite easily in the second round of the Mexican Open at Acapulco (Mexico) after 2 sets with an overwhelming score of 6-1, 6-0. This rematch, perhaps the Greek 3rd seed will still easily defeat an inexperienced opponent.

The defending champion of the Miami Masters, Hurbert Hurkacz will also start from the second round of this year’s tournament when the 8th seed from Poland takes on French player Arthur Rinderkneck.

Rinderkneck just beat Serbian opponent Loslo Djere in his debut match at the Miami Masters with a score of 6-2, 7-6 (6). But facing the upcoming defending champion Hurkacz will be a very difficult test for the 57th ranked player in the world.

With Hurbert Hurkacz, he is dreaming of becoming the first player in six years to successfully defend the Miami Open men’s singles title after Novak Djokovic’s case in 2016. But to do that, the player is ranked 10th in the world. ATP rankings will have to try more than 100% of their ability plus luck in this year’s tournament.

In the women’s singles event of the Miami Open, on the fourth day of competition, Czech beauty Karolina Muchova will fight former Japanese world No. 1 Naomi Osaka at around 2:00 a.m. on March 27 at the Center Court. Before that, the 22nd seed of Swiss nationality Belinda Bencic will face the challenge from the UK Heather Watson at 10pm on the Grand Stand.

Wednesday’s Miami Open schedule:

Live Miami Open on 4: Medvedev heroic Murray, Tsitsipas and

Live Miami Open on 4: Medvedev heroic Murray, Tsitsipas and

* Note: Match schedule may have changes in time.


Miami Open day 3: Zverev overcame difficulties, Kyrgios defeated Rublev quickly

(Miami Open tennis live on day 3) Zverev took 3 sets to beat Coric, while Kyrgios easily overcame 5th seed Rublev.

According to Dang Duc (Synthesis) (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)


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