The ATP Miami Open 2022 is a tennis tournament held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. It is part of the men’s ATP Tour Masters 1000 circuit, and part of the women’s WTA 1000 circuit. The Miami Open is usually held between March and April.
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ATP Miami 2022: Draw, Schedule, Results, Predictions
With the Indian Wells Open coming to an end, the tour heads to the second Masters 1000 tournament of the year in Miami. Once again, several top players will compete, with Daniil Medvedev taking the top seed.
The Russian suffered a disappointing third round loss at Indian Wells and will look to do well at the Miami Masters.
Alexander Zverev also has a point to prove after what has been a disappointing start to 2022 for him. Andrey Rublev has been in pretty good form lately and will try to bag his first Masters 1000 title at the Miami Masters.
How to stream the 2022 Miami Open.
In addition to linear television coverage on Tennis Channel, the Miami Open is available to stream via both Tennis Channel Plus and the free Samsung TV Plus channel T2 (available only on Samsung-brand televisions).
The 2022 Miami Open field features 65 of the top 75 men in the world ranking though the three biggest names in men’s tennis – Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic – are not in the field.
The United States meets Ukraine April 15-16 in the Billie Jean King Cup play in Asheville, North Carolina.
Danielle Collins headlines the American team, along with Jessica Pegula and Sloane Stephens. Elina Svitolina and Marta Kostyuk will represent war-torn Ukraine.
“We have a big task ahead,” Collins said. “There’s some really strong players on the Ukrainian team. After everything they’ve been dealing with over the last couple weeks, I think it’s going to be an emotional battle for us as we really feel for them.
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This will be the sixth meeting between Osaka and Kerber, who recently reached the last 16 of the Indian Wells.
Neither player has been in the best of form lately, but Kerber will enter the match as the favorite.
Kerber’s counterpunching game will likely overwhelm Osaka and the German is poised to take the victory.