2018 Miami Open, also known as 2018 Miami Masters, a professional men and women’s tennis tournament, took place in Miami, Florida, United States, from March 19, 2018 to April 1, 2018.
- It was the 34th edition of the Miami Open and was played on outdoor hard courts.
- 2018 Miami Open was presented by Itaú (a Brazilian Bank).
John Isner beats Alexander Zverev to win first Masters 1000 title
American Tennis player John Isner won the Men’s Singles title at 2018 Miami Open by defeating Germany’s Alexander Zverev in the finals.
- This was John Isner’s first ever Masters 1000 title and the biggest win of his career so far.
- On account of this victory, John Isner will move into the top 10 (from current number 17) in the Men’stennis worldwide
Sloane Stephens claims Miami Open title
American Tennis player Sloane Stephens won the Women’s Singles title at 2018 Miami Open by defeating Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko in the finals.
- This was Sloane Stephens’ first ever Miami Open title.
- On account of this victory, Sloane Stephens will move into the top 10 (from current number 12) in the Women’stennis worldwide
Bob and Mike Bryan Win Men’s Doubles Miami open Title
American Tennis players Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan won the Men’s doubles title at 2018 Miami Open by defeating Karen Khachanov and Andrey Rublev of Russia.
- This was Bryan brothers’ first Miami Open win since 2015.
- In Men’s doubles category Bryan brothers have an unparalleled record of 114 ATP doubles titles, including 16 Grand Slams, 36 Masters 1000’s, and 4 Year-End Championships.
Barty, Vandeweghe clinches Women doubles Miami Open title
American Tennis player Coco Vandeweghe and Australia’s Ashleigh Barty won the Women’s doubles title at 2018 Miami Open by defeating Czech Republic’s Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova.
- With Coco Vandeweghe being a part of the winning pair, 2018 Miami Open remained dominated by United States, as finals of the other three categories have also been won by American Players.
2018 Miami Open – Winners:
|Men’s Singles||John Isner (United States)||Alexander Zverev (Germany)|
|Women’s Singles||Sloane Stephens (United States)||Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia)|
|Men’s Doubles||Bob Bryan (United States) and Mike Bryan (United States)||Karen Khachanov (Russia) and Andrey Rublev (Russia)|
|Women’s Doubles||Ashleigh Barty (Australia) and CoCo Vandeweghe (United States)||Barbora Krejcikova (Czech Republic) and Katerina Siniakova (Czech Republic)|