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  • Sony Open winners include Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, Rafael Nadal and Noval Djokovic

    KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. Roger Federer first visited Miami in 1996 as a wide-eyed 14-year-old, on a trip with a group of Swiss junior players who were here to spend one month training all over Florida. Eighteen years later, he is a 17-time Grand Slam champion,...
  • 'Suspicious package' causes brief closure of Key Biscayne, disrupting Sony Open

    'Suspicious package' causes brief closure of Key Biscayne, disrupting Sony Open
    In a day which most of the top players in the world competed at the Sony Open, the Tuesday evening session turned into a chaotic situation when a, “suspicious package,’’  was left unattended at the front gate of the Crandon Park Tennis...
  • Nadal cruises at Sony

    KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. It had been more than an hour since top-ranked Rafael Nadal had breezed past Denis Istomin 6-1, 6-0 to reach the fourth round of the Sony Open, and when he emerged to his waiting car, a clot of fans pressed up against the parking lot...
  • Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams advance at Sony Open

    KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. Pretty? Or tough? Fans at the Sony Open were asked by a tournament video crew earlier this week whether they consider Maria Sharapova pretty or tough, and the video was played on the Stadium Court jumbo screen after her second-round...
  • Israeli Peer headlines Jewish players at Sony

    Israeli tennis star Shahar Peer headlines nine Jewish players from five nations competing in singles and doubles tournaments at the Sony Open, taking place now through March 30 at the Tennis Center in Key Biscayne. The Sony Open features the top...
  • Linda Robertson: Novak Djokovic's joy of tennis is a wonder to behold

    KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. Confess: Who would you like most as your doubles partner? My favorite if you must pry used to be Goran Ivanisevic. But as of last Tuesday evening, I switched allegiance to Novak Djokovic. Not only did Djokovic exude consummate...
  • Serena Williams survives three-set scare to advance at Sony Open

    KEY BISCAYNE — After needing 2 hours and 32 minutes and three sets to fend off France's Caroline Garcia in the Sony Open on Saturday, Serena Williams spent only about two and a half minutes summarizing the scare before bolting from her post-match...
  • Strong serves help Federer notch win in Sony opener

    — After leaving the Sony Open off his schedule last year, Roger Federer returned to the Crandon Park Tennis Center on Friday, opening play against big-serving Ivo Karlovic and it didn't take long for the new world No. 5 to show his serve is on point...
  • Sharapova falls short as real rival to Serena

    It has been referred to as the biggest non-rivalry in tennis. Off the court, Maria Sharapova is a worthy match for Serena Williams. The Russian is a fashion maven and candy magnate. She showed the saucy side of Sugarpova in the unfortunate but...
  • Serena savours home-court advantage at Sony Open

    MIAMI (Reuters) - Serena Williams is a daunting opponent no matter the surface or tournament, but at the Sony Open played near the comforts of her Miami home she has practically set up a second residence in the winner's circle. Williams, who lives an...
  • Haas looks for repeat of 2013 Sony success

    Of all the places for Tommy Haas to stage one of the momentous victories of his career, the Sony Open had to rank low on the list of probabilities. Before becoming the oldest man in 30 years to knock off the world's No. 1 player by stunning Novak...