By Justin Ross

On Saturday, the Miami Open continued its second round of men’s singles action, in addition to more doubles play. Among the stars to take the court were Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka.

The upset of the day came from Croatia’s Borna Coric, who defeated world No. 8 Dominic Thiem in straight sets.

Play was halted for the third straight day, so several matches were delayed. Here are some key results:
The tournament’s No. 1 seed Stan Wawrinka defeated Horacio Zeballos in his opener. Wawrinka is the top seed for the first time in an ATP Masters 1000 tournament.
No. 4 seed Roger Federer defeated American qualifier Frances Tiafoe 7-6(2), 6-3. Federer’s 45 Miami wins are second to only Andre Agassi, who holds 61.
Nick Kyrgios and Juan Del Potro both won their openers. Del Potro will face Federer in a huge round-three clash. Kyrgios will battle Ivo Karlovic, who defeated Andrey Kuznetsov.
Mike Bryan and Bob Bryan won their opening doubles contest. They face a duo featuring Kyrgios in the round of 16.
No. 8 seed David Goffin, a semifinalist in 2016’s competition, won in his match against qualifier Darian King. Goffin is also the top Belgian competitor.
Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman defeated Spain’s David Ferrer. Ferrer was a Miami Open finalist in 2013.
An All-American duo consisting of Jack Sock and Nicholas Monroe won its first doubles contest.
No. 10 seed and 2010 runner-up Tomas Berdych defeated Russian wildcard Andrey Rublev. Earlier this year, Rublev earned his first main draw win in a Grand Slam event at the Australian Open.
Germany’s Alex Zverev beat Taiwan’s Lu Yen-Hsun. Prior to the match, Zverev was 0-1 in career meetups with his opponent.
Americans John Isner and Sam Querrey both won. Isner defeated Brazilian wildcard Thomaz Bellucci, while Querrey defeated Spain’s Tommy Robredo.

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Tickets for the annual event start at $12 for youth and $15 for adults. A group rate of $7 is also available for 20 or more and grant access to all day session matches. Tickets are on sale now, for more information go to or call the Miami Open ticket office at 305-442-3367.

The 2017 Miami Open is scheduled for March 20 – April 2 and will once again be the hottest ticket in town. With ticket packages starting at just $136 and individual sessions starting at $20 the Miami Open will be the place-to-be.

About the Miami Open presented by Itaú

The 2017 Miami Open will be played March 20-April 2 at the Crandon Tennis Center in Miami. The two-week combined event is owned and operated by IMG. The Miami Open is one of nine ATP Masters 1000 Series events on the ATP calendar, a Premier Mandatory event on the WTA calendar, and features the top men’s and women’s tennis players in the world. The tournament is widely regarded as the most glamorous on the ATP and WTA calendars because of its exotic Miami location, thriving nightlife, five-star hotels and restaurants, beautiful weather and beaches, and its celebrity appeal. For ticket information, call +1.305.442.3367 or visit

About Itaú

Itau is the largest Latin America privately owned bank, with approximately 95,000 employees and operations in 20 countries throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe. Itaú’s relationship with sport goes back to the 1970s, when Itaú first sponsored the Itaú Tennis Cup in Brazil in 1970. Itaú has been a sponsor of the Miami Open for the last six years, and also sponsors the Rio Open, the only combined ATP/WTA event in South America. Itaú also supports the Brazilian Women’s Tennis Circuit, only female professional tournament in South America, certified by the Brazilian Tennis Confederation (CBT) and the International Tennis Federation (ITF), as well as the Tennis Institute Training Center, responsible for the development of young, new talent.

About IMG

IMG is a global leader in sports, fashion and media operating in more than 25 countries around the world. IMG’s businesses include Events Media, College, Golf, Tennis, Performance and IMG Academy, Fashion, Models, Clients, Licensing, Joint Ventures, and creative management agency Art + Commerce. In 2014, IMG was acquired by WME, the world’s leading entertainment and media agency. Together, the companies offer an unparalleled client roster; strategic partnerships with sponsors and brands; and marquee assets across sports, entertainment, events, music and fashion.