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Tennis: Overview of 2021 Miami Open

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Poland's Hubert Hurkacz wins men's singles title at Miami OpenThe 2021 Miami Open (also known as Miami Masters, presented by Itau) took place at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, the USA from 22nd March – 4th April 2021.

  • It is part of the Men’s ATP Tour Masters 1000 Circuit & a Premier Mandatory event on the Women’s WTA Tour.
  • It is a Hard Court Tournament.


Men’s Singles

  • Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) defeated Jannik Sinner (Italy) to clinch the 2021 Miami Open Men’s Single title.
  • With this, Hurkacz became Poland’s 1st Masters 1000 Champion.
  • The victory is expected to improve his ranking, as he will break into the Top 20- in the ATP Rankings for the 1st Time, He is set to move from a ranking of 37 to 16.

Women’s Singles

  • Ashleigh Barty (Australia) won the Miami Open 2021 Women’s Single Title as her opponent Bianca Andreescu (Canada) retired due to an ankle injury.

Men’s Doubles

  • Croatian pair Nikola Mektic & Mate Pavic defeated the British Pair of Daniel Evans & Neal Skupski to clinch the Men’s Doubles Title of 2021 Miami Open.

Women’s Doubles

  • Japanese Pair of Shuko Aoyama & Ena Shibahara won the Women’s Doubles Title by defeating Hayley Carter (US) & Luisa Stefani (Brazil).

Men’s SinglesHubert Hurkacz (Poland)Jannik Sinner (Italy)
Women’s SinglesAshleigh Barty (Australia)Bianca Andreescu (Canada)
Men’s DoublesNikola Mektic & Mate Pavic  (Croatia)Daniel Evans & Neal Skupski


Women’s DoublesShuko Aoyama & Ena Shibahara (Japan)Hayley Carter (US) & Luisa Stefani (Brazil)


ATP Men’s Rankings (as on April 5, 2021) – #1 Novak Djokovic (Serbia), #2 – Daniil Medvedev (Russia), #3 – Rafael Nadal (Spain)

WTA Women’s Rankings (as on April 5, 2021) – #1 Ashleigh Barty (Australia), #2 – Naomi Osaka (Japan), #3 – Simona Halep (Romania)

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