- R128 R Harrison d. F Delbonis 62 64
- R64 (2) N Djokovic d. J Chardy 64 63
- R64 (5) R Federer d. I Karlovic 64 76(4)
- R64 (4) D Ferrer d. T Gabashvili 64 60
- R128 L Hewitt d. R Haase 36 63 63
- R128 J Nieminen d. B Tomic 60 61
- R64 V Lepchenko d. (7) J Jankovic 63 26 76(2)
- R64 M Keys d. (31) D Hantuchova 64 62
- R64 (Q) D Vekic d. (28) S Kuznetsova 76(5) 75
- R64 (1) S Williams d. Y Shvedova 76(7) 62
- R64 (Q) C Vandeweghe d. (21) A Pavlyuchenkova 76(7) 75
News and Links:
Judy Murray is not taking Andy’s breakup with Lendl well:
‘It is very sad and I’m still in mourning a little bit,’ the British number one’s mother told BBC Scotland.
‘Mr Lendl needs his time to concentrate on other things and Andy has to take what he’s learned and move forward.’
Just five weeks after his hip surgery, Bernard Tomic was back on court in Miami. It didn’t last long–he lost to Jarkko Nieminen in just 28 minutes, an ATP record for the shortest completed match ever.
Stanislas Wawrinka talked to Doug Robson about life after a Slam.
Changeover contributor Jeff Sackmann wrote a great post on his Heavy Topspin blog about how hard it is to find out tennis players’ schedules, and how that needs to change.
Tennis on Twitter:
Is a $2k-$8k fine for w/d after the cut-off considered "a heavy fine" these days? Asking for a guy who lives in Monaco and drives fast cars.
— Courtney Nguyen (@FortyDeuceTwits) March 21, 2014
RT @RafasTears: The greatest trick Jack Sock ever pulled was convincing the world that beating Guido Pella was an accomplishment.
— Jeff Sackmann (@tennisabstract) March 20, 2014
Zero surprise that Murray and Lendl have parted. It was a very effective team, but tension in camp lately was palpable
— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) March 19, 2014
— Sergiy Stakhovsky (@Stako_tennis) March 19, 2014