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Miami Open: Boulter, Alcaraz, Monfils, and Gauff in action on Monday

Here’s everything you need to know about the Miami Open, including the draw, who’s playing and the schedule, with the tournament live on Sky Sports…

Briton Katie Boulter is in action from around 6.30pm on the Butch Buchholz Court as she faces Victoria Azarenka for a spot in the quarter-finals in Miami, while there is also a big clash from around 11pm on the Stadium Court as Carlos Alcaraz takes on Gael Monfils in the men’s tournament,

World No 1 Iga Swiatek then finishes the day’s action on the Stadium Court when she faces Ekaterina Alexandrova overnight and Coco Gauff is back on the Stadium Court from around 6.30pm as she takes on Caroline Garcia.

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Katie Boulter took the opening set against Brenda Fruhvirtova with strong forehand.

An all-American clash headlines on the Grandstand Court as Emma Navarro takes on Jessica Pegula, with Lorenzo Musetti and Ben Shelton closing out the day’s play on the Buchholz.

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Murray produced some sensational tennis in the second set of his thrilling clash with Etcheverry

Who is playing?

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Daniil Medvedev is the defending Miami Open men’s champion

Fresh from her Indian Wells triumph, world No 1 Iga Swiatek is back in action. Daniil Medvedev, who won last year’s event on the men’s side, will aim to defend his title.

Medvedev and Swiatek will headline the field, but one player who will not be heading to Florida is six-time champion Novak Djokovic.

He has played just three times this year – representing Serbia in the United Cup, reaching the semi-finals at the Australian Open, and falling in just the third round of Indian Wells.

“At this stage of my career, I’m balancing my private and professional schedule,” Djokovic posted on X. “I’m sorry that I won’t experience some of the best and most passionate fans in the world.”

The 24-time Grand Slam champion suffered a shock third-round loss to 123rd-ranked Italian Luka Nardi at Indian Wells.

Petra Kvitova, the women’s champion in 2023, will not play after recently announcing that she is due to give birth later this year.

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Darren Cahill says he’s always believed that Simona Halep would never knowingly take a banned substance and that his former player has been through 18 months of torture

Which British players will be in action?

With two-time champion Murray, Norrie, Draper and Evans all knocked out of the Miami Open, Boulter leads the way for the Brits as she looks to progress to the quarter-finals.

Harriet Dart and Heather Watson were both eliminated in qualifying while Jodie Burrage and Liam Broady were ruled out of the tournament because of injury.

Emma Raducanu pulled out on the eve of the tournament due to a lower back problem.

What’s the schedule?

  • Tuesday, March 19 – Women’s singles first round
  • Wednesday, March 20 – Men’s and women’s singles first round
  • Thursday, March 21 – Women’s singles second round, men’s singles first round
  • Friday, March 22 – Men’s and women’s singles second round
  • Saturday, March 23 – Women’s singles third round, men’s singles second round
  • Sunday, March 24 – Men’s and women’s singles third round
  • Monday, March 25 – Women’s singles fourth round, men’s singles third round
  • Tuesday, March 26 – Women’s singles quarter-finals, men’s singles fourth round
  • Wednesday, March 27 – Men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals
  • Thursday, March 28 – Women’s singles semi-finals, men’s singles quarter-finals
  • Friday, March 29 – Men’s singles semi-finals
  • Saturday, March 30 – Women’s singles final
  • Sunday, March 31 – Men’s singles final

Where is it being played?

An aerial view of F1 race course for the Miami Grand Prix at Hard Rock Stadium, Monday, May 2, 2022, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (Kirby Lee via AP)An aerial view of F1 race course for the Miami Grand Prix at Hard Rock Stadium, Monday, May 2, 2022, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (Kirby Lee via AP)
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After 32 years at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, the tournament made its debut at Hard Rock Stadium – home of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins – in 2019.

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