Miami Open Tuesday order of play: Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer both in action
It’s really hotting up over in Florida, and the Miami Open order of play for Tuesday certainly reflects that.
Stadium Court will be treated to both Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, while two big NextGen stars will go head-to-head on Grandstand Court.
The WTA are mostly taking a rest-day, but one particularly intriguing match can be seen on Stadium Court tonight, with Petra Kvitova taking on Ashleigh Barty.
Miami Open order of play (Tuesday)
Stadium court (4pm UK start)
K. Edmund vs J. Isner
S. Hsieh vs A. Kontaveit (Not Before 6pm UK)
N. Djokovic vs R. Bautista Agut
P. Kvitova vs A. Barty (Not Before 11:30pm UK)
D. Medvedev vs R. Federer (Not Before 1am UK)
Grandstand court (4pm UK start)
F. Auger-Aliassime vs N. Basilashvili
B. Coric vs N. Kyrgios
K. Anderson vs J. Thompson (Not Before 7pm UK)
D. Goffin vs F. Tiafoe
S. Tsitsipas vs D. Shapovalov (Not Before 11pm UK)
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