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“Miami Tournament”: Bavi “rarely” hits the final price… and Marojan crushes Rooney

Italian world number three Janic Sinner beat Dutchman Talon Krekspoor 5-7, 7-5, 6-1 to reach the quarter-finals of the 1000-point Miami Masters, while unheralded Hungarian Fabian Marojan made it big. Surprised by his crushing victory over Dane, world number seven Holker Rohn, 6-1, 6-1 in the second round.

In his struggle with Signer, 26th-seeded Kreggspohr took the first set with two aces after 61 minutes.

Sinner, who won the last Australian Open, forced a tie in the second set, which he won 7-5, while he had the first chance to decide, and was unable to do so at 5-4. In the same situation this time successfully at 6-5. It is equivalent to a cuff.

After almost leaving Miami, Sinner (22 years old) imposed his overwhelming superiority in the third set and decided 6-1 without significant resistance from his opponent.

In the second match, Marojan needed just 59 minutes to achieve his third victory against a player ranked inside the world's top ten after beating Spaniard Carlos Algarz in Rome last year and Norwegian Kasper Ruud in Shanghai.

Dutch Dalon Krekspoor (EBA)

Rooney dropped out of his opening match against the world number 57.

The Dane offered no significant resistance to a player who won a brilliant set of points in under an hour to decide the match in his favour, during which time he had 24 successful strikes compared to 14 for Rhone.

In the next round, Marojan will face Australian Alex Paprin, who defeated Jiri Lehiska of the Czech Republic 6-4, 6-4.

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Marojan said: “I enjoy playing at the highest level. I had a fantastic day and enjoyed every moment on the main court facing a very talented player.”

He continued: “I tried to put a lot of pressure on him, maybe he couldn't come back or do things differently.”

Russian Daniil Medvedev III defeated Britain's Cameron Norrie in straight sets 7-5, 6-1, while Norwegian Casper Ruud defeated Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fogina 6-3, 6-4.

Unidentified Hungarian Fabian Marojan celebrates his victory over Ron (AP).

After three top-ranked Americans pulled out on Saturday, Ben Shelton was the only one to defend America's colors, easily beating young Spaniard Martin Landalucci 6-3, 6-4.

“I thought I had a perfect performance today,” Shelton said. Usually when I'm optimistic, things go well. This helped me a lot to put pressure on my competitors.

Sheldon, seeded 16th, will meet Italian Lorenzo Musetti, who defeated Russian Roman Saviolin 7-5, 6-1, in the third round.

Other Australians Alex de Minaur, ninth, and Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, eleventh, also qualified, the former defeating South Korean Kwon Sunwoo 6-3, 6-2 and the latter beating Chilean Alejandro Tabello 6-7 (5-7), 7- 6 (7-5), 6-2.

In the next round, de Minaur will play 24th-ranked German Jan-Lenard Struff, who beat compatriot Daniel Altmaier 6-3, 6-3, and Dimitrov will take on fellow German Yannick Hoffman, the 19th-ranked Frenchman. Adrian Mannarino, 3-6, 7-6 (7-1) and 6-4.

Danish Holger Rohn bids farewell to “Miami Games” (AP)

In the women's rankings, world number three Coco Gough of the United States defeated France's Oceane Dutan 6-4, 6-0, while her compatriot Jesima Pegula, number five, defeated Canadian Leila Fernandez 7-5, 6-5.

In the next round, Kauff will play French Caroline Garcia (27), who ousted Japanese Naomi Osaka (229), who returned to court after a 15-month hiatus to give birth, 7-6 (7-). 4) and 7-5.

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The Frenchwoman had earlier beaten the former world number one at the Australian Open before the Japanese avenged her rival in Doha.

Both players held serve at 4-4 before the match was halted by rain.

After returning, Garcia won the first set to win three points, then won the tie-break at 6-2 and eventually won it.

In the second set, Osaka broke the Frenchman's serve to lead 3-2, but Garcia quickly responded to win after an ace from the first chance to decide the set in the match.

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