Miami Open order of play: Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, and Naomi Osaka ready to make bows
The Miami Open really starts heating up on Friday, with Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka, Dominic Thiem, Nick Kyrgios, Simona Halep, and Kei Nishikori just some of the names on show.
Here’s your full order of play.
Stadium court (4pm UK start)
Naomi Osaka vs Yanina Wickmayer
Lorenzo Sonego vs John Isner (not before 6pm UK)
Rebecca Peterson vs Serena Williams
Novak Djokovic vs Bernard Tomic (not before 12am UK)
Whitney Osuigwe vs Danielle Collins (not before 1.30am UK)
Grandstand court (4pm UK start)
Dusan Lajovic vs Kei Nishikori
Venus Williams vs Carla Suarez Navarro (not before 6pm UK)
Nick Kyrgios vs Alexander Bublik
Ons Jabeur vs Sloane Stephens
Dominic Thiem vs Hubert Hurkacz (not before 11pm UK)
Court 1 (3pm UK start)
Ilya Ivashka vs Kyle Edmund
Milos Raonic vs Maximilian Marterer
Aliaksandra Sasnovich vs Caroline Wozniacki
Lucas Pouille vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas
Taylor Townsend vs Simona Halep
Karolina Pliskova vs Petra Martic
Butch Buchholz (3pm UK start)
Aryna Sabalenka vs Ajla Tomljanovic
Borna Coric vs Roberto Carballes Baena
Garbine Muguruza vs Monica Niculescu
Robin Haase vs Gael Monfils
Guido Andreozzi vs Fabio Fognini
Elina Svitolina vs Yafan Wang
Court 6 (3pm UK start)
Amanda Anisimova vs Anett Kontaveit
Nikoloz Basilashvili vs Mischa Zverev (not before 4.30pm UK)
Karolina Muchova OR Nao Hibino vs Angelique Kerber
Roberto Bautista Agut vs Janko Tipsarevic
Alize Cornet vs Mihaela Buzarnescu
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