KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) When it comes to tournament matchups, Key Biscayne has fallen behind. A stalled plan to upgrade the complex has caused the Miami Open to decline in prestige, raising doubts about its future. ''When I first arrived here, it was always the biggest tournament after the Grand Slams,'' said retiring tour veteran Tommy Haas, who played in the event for the final time last week.
Andy Murray looks set to miss Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final meeting with France as he needs time to rest his elbow injury. Murray led GB to Davis Cup glory two years ago, but did not feature in their opening-round win over Canada this time round due to his busy schedule.
When former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki comes to play the Miami Open, it’s as if she’s almost going home. The Dane, who has legal residence status in the tax haven of Monaco, has owned a luxurious Fisher Island penthouse with expansive ocean views since mid-2014. On Monday, after an abbreviated fourth-round match against sixth seed Garbine Muguruza — the Spaniard retired from the match complaining of heat-related dizziness and stomach pains after losing the first set 7-6 (7-1) — the 12th-seeded Wozniacki headed back to her nearby island retreat. “Yeah, it definitely feels great to be here,” Wozniacki said. “I stay at my own apartment. I can cook, just relax, and I have friends here. So it