Miami Open 2019
Miami Open 2019!Action in the 2019 Miami Open continued Saturday in Miami Gardens, Florida, as the event whittled down the respective fields in the men’s It was an amazing experience to play at the Hard Rock Stadium this year and would like to thank the Miami Open for putting. The 2019 Miami Open rolled on Friday with most of the fourth round being set on the men’s and women’s brackets
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Two weeks ago, the 23-time grand slam champion retired from her third-round Indian Wells match against Garbine Muguruza citing “extreme dizziness and extreme fatigue,” which tournament organizers later identified as a virus.I am disappointed to withdraw from the Miami Open due to a left knee injury,” said Williams.
It was an amazing experience to play at the Hard Rock Stadium this year and would like to thank the Miami Open for putting on an amazing event. I hope to be back next year to play at this one-of-a-kind tournament in front of the incredible fans here in Miami.
Williams, whose last title came at the Australian Open in 2017, was scheduled to face China’s Wang Qiang on Monday. Recently-crowned world No. 1 Naomi Osaka suffered a surprise defeat to Taiwan’s Su-Wei Hsieh, going down 4-6 7-6 (9-7) 6-3. Osaka split from her coach Sascha Bajin last month just 16 days after winning her second consecutive grand slam title at the Australian Open.
Petra Kvitova, who lost to Osaka in that Melbourne final, progressed in Miami after defeating Donna Vekic in three sets, 6-4 3-6 6-4. In the men’s draw, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic recorded opening victories against Radu Albot and Bernard Tomic respectively, but the tournament’s second seed Alexander Zverev was knocked out by Spain’s David Ferrer.
Serena Williams has withdrawn from the 2019 Miami Open as the result of a knee injury, the tournament announced Saturday. Williams defeated Rebecca Peterson in the second round of the tournament and was set to play 18th-seeded Qiang Wang in the third round Sunday.
“I am disappointed to withdraw from the Miami Open due to a left knee injury,” Williams said in a statement, per the New York Times’ Ben Rothenberg. “It was an amazing experience to play at the Hard Rock Stadium this year and would like to thank the Miami Open for putting on an amazing event. I hope to be back next year to play at this one-of-a-kind tournament in front of the incredible fans here in Miami.”
The Miami Open was her second tournament since losing to Karolina Pliskova in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open in January. Williams also competed in the BNP Paribas Open earlier this month, retiring in the second set of her match with Garbine Muguruza. The 23-time Grand Slam champion cited an illness as her reason for withdrawing.
In her three-set victory over Peterson, Williams acknowledged she wasn’t playing up to her best.
“What was a little frustrating today is I know I can play so much better, but I just wasn’t able to produce it today,” she said, per the WTA’s official site. “But that’s the beauty of fighting, getting through the matches where you’re not playing your best, then coming out the next time and just doing better.”
Last year, Williams competed in the Miami Open and didn’t return until the French Open. Depending on the status of her knee injury, the 37-year-old would likely at least want to play in the Madrid Open, which starts May 6.