On Monday, Canada’s Milos Raonic entered the fourth round of the Miami Championship.
Raonic relies on his devastating serve to win, this is his way. Canada slammed 12 aces and committed three double errors. His first serve accounted for 65%, and he was able to eliminate three consecutive breakpoints midway through the second game.
The 6-foot-5 Antares made five attempts in the duel and defeated their opponents twice.
Later that day, Canadian Danis Shapovalov missed the opportunity to compete in the round of 16 for his countryman.
Miami’s sixth seed faced Pole Hubert Hurkacz (Pole Hubert Hurkacz) at a 2-3, 7-6 (6) disadvantage.
Throughout the duel, both of them had excellent ball-handling ability, especially when they won 80% or more of the rallies on the first serve.
The 37th-ranked player in the world managed to take advantage of his only break opportunity in the first game, and “Shapo” failed in his 3 break opportunities.
In the next round, Hekaz and Raonic will face each other for the first time in their careers.
In the evening, Bianca Andreescu won the game of the year and reached the quarterfinals in Miami.
After losing the first round, the Canadians once again defeated Spain’s Garbine Muguruza (Garbine Muguruza) by 3-6, 6-3 and 6-2 in three rounds.
The eighth seed has served his opponent four times and has experienced two breaks, once in the first game and once in the second game.
In the last game, the 2019 U.S. Open champion was particularly dominant. She combined the winning shots into one and continued to attack the world’s 13th racket.