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- The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsApr 03 01:57 PM
Novak Djokovic says the Miami Open will remain in Key Biscayne for a long time, and South Florida tennis fans hope he's right. Tournament officials were mum about the future of the event, which has been in question since an appeals court decision last year that prevents the Miami Open from upgrading its complex. Djokovic won a record-tying sixth Key Biscayne title Sunday, and addressed the issue...
- ABC NewsApr 03 02:12 PM
Newly crowned champion Novak Djokovic says the Miami Open will remain in Key Biscayne for a long time, and South Florida tennis fans hope he's right
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- Asahi.comApr 03 08:15 PM
KEY BISCAYNE, Florida--When a flyover by a flock of pelicans briefly interrupted Novak Djokovic's final service game Sunday, he waved both arms and grinned as if he had just won a championship.
- Arab NewsApr 03 11:06 AM
KEY BISCAYNE, Florida: Victoria Azarenka believes she’s the best player in women’s tennis, and recent results support her argument. Seeded 13th, Azarenka completed a rare Indian Wells-Key Biscayne double Saturday by beating Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-3, 6-2 to win the Miami Open.
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- Fox SportsApr 03 02:51 PM
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) Novak Djokovic says the Miami Open will remain in Key Biscayne for a long time, and South Florida tennis fans hope he's right.
- Business MirrorMar 31 07:03 AM
By Steven Wine / The Associated Press KEY BISCAYNE, Florida—Victoria Azarenka was well on her way to victory on Wednesday when she drew a code violation for chastising herself too colorfully, and she later angrily jabbed at her eyes with two fingers as if to say, “Watch the ball.” Azarenka
- The AgeMar 31 08:49 PM
Lost in all the Miami Open upsets and the discussion about equal pay for male and female tennis players earlier this week was the revelation of a little-known fact: Men and women play with slightly different balls at most tournaments, including the one on Key Biscayne.
- Arab NewsApr 01 09:35 AM
KEY BISCAYNE, Florida: When Serena Williams made an early exit at the Miami Open, the next generation of women’s tennis wasn’t quite ready to fill the void.
- Business MirrorApr 01 05:39 AM
By Steven Wine / The Associated Press KEY BISCAYNE, Florida—When Serena Williams made an early exit at the Miami Open, the next generation of women’s tennis wasn’t quite ready to fill the void. Instead, it will be former champions Svetlana Kuznetsova and Victoria Azarenka in the final on Saturday. Eight-time
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- The New Zealand HeraldApr 01 05:35 PM
TOP STORY:TEN--KEY BISCAYNEKEY BISCAYNE, Florida " Novak Djokovic advances to the Miami Open final after winning a thrilling tiebreaker in sweltering sunshine to beat David Goffin 7-6 (5), 6-4. Djokovic needs one more victory...
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