Tennis Tips & Predictions: ATP Miami Masters

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Summary

There is nothing more special than the golden swing of hard-court tennis, and this week we have ATP Miami kicking off!

A tournament that is known to be favoured by fans and players alike, there is a ton of glory to be claimed in one of the brightest tournaments on the tour.

Held in the Hard Rock Stadium within Miami, there is a ton of crowd support within this event.

These courts have held historical winners, and this year will be no different.

Having been Carlos Alcaraz’s first master’s 1000 win last year, he looks to defend his crown amongst the rest of the field.

After an action-packed Indian Wells last week, players will look to re-focus their efforts to try and reap the rewards of back-to-back Masters.

Miami will look to be in great conditions by the time this tournament starts, and these next 12 days will be epic.

Spectacular tennis with the most talented feel you could imagine, let’s get into some of the players to watch this week!

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Players to Watch For

Reigning, Defending - Carlos Alcaraz

Carlos Alcaraz has had some decent-sized bumps in his road over the past few months, mainly focusing on injuries picked up on the court.

The youngest ever world #1 has an ability to blow opponents off the court, and after his showing at IW last week, we believe there is a firm chance he makes a run here.

Defending his crown will be tough, and the rest of the field will be out there to hunt for him specifically.

Carlos can combine his agility with power and move around these courts like no other.

There is going to be ample time for him to recover after every match and if he is even remotely healthy, he will be a huge threat.

Alcaraz will need to keep firing on the backhand side and end points on serve with the forehand, but this is not something new.

Look for the Spaniard to make a push and defend his throne.

Sir Doing Well - Andy Murray

Andy Murray currently looks as rejuvenated as ever, making his runs at these past few tournaments magical.

Murray has always loved the golden swing and has won these two events himself in the past.

Historically explosive on these hard courts, Murray will have to put together another great week here in Miami.

He is currently capable of beating anyone when he is on, especially some of these youngsters who have never played him.

Look for Murray to save a few match points in the process and make things as dramatic as possible.

Definition of In-Form - Daniil Medvedev

Daniil Medvedev is possibly the most in form tennis player in the world right now, and his record speaks for itself.

After dipping out of the top ten rankings for the first time in a long time, Medvedev decided to raise his level and take his anger out on any opponents put in front of him.

Known as the elastic man on the slides, Medvedev will be favoured to win most, if not all his matches over the next two weeks.

The question is his gas tank, and if that is good, then look out Miami field!!

The slithery snake will make his way to Florida and try to snatch a few more rounds of prey to end off the golden swing.

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