KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is interested in moving the Miami Open tennis tournament to the team's stadium complex, and there have been discussions regarding his proposal, a person familiar with the talks said Sunday. The person confirmed the discussions to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the tournament and Dolphins have not commented. The person said Ross wouldn't buy the tournament but would invest in a tennis center on stadium grounds because he wants to keep the event in South Florida.
There is always that one guy on the tennis court, someone who fights line calls in his favor. Pros started using electronic line calling back in 2004, yet club players and juniors have been stuck with fighting among themselves. The In/Out is a small device that detects the lines of a tennis court to end line call discussions once and for all.
Federer wowed a boisterous, capacity crowd at Crandon Park, winning 6-3 6-4 in just over 80 minutes of nearly flawless tennis. Former U.S. Open champion del Potro, buoyed by a large Argentine contingent who did their best to lift him with regular chants of 'ole, ole, ole', did not submit easily but one break in each set was enough for Federer to move on to the fourth round. “Shortly before I walked to the court, you could sense the atmosphere,” Federer told the Miami Herald.