We take a look at the records at the second Masters 1000 of the season. A large number of legends perform with some of the best records.
He another Masters 1000 of the period known as Miami Open denied by the new edition. This tournament is held just a few days after the conclusion of Indian Wells. Despite both being played on American soil and both on hard courts, there are numerous differences between the two courses. Once again, local actors have the support of the public, which is a very important factor. We are going to go through some of those historical records of the tournament that feature the names of legends like Lendl, Sampras, Djokovic, Agassi or Federer.
Records Masters 1000 Miami (Miami Open)
- Looking at the standings of the titles in singles, there are two ties, Novak Djokovic and Andre Agassi. Both have managed to dominate six times, although the Belgrade native is still active, so he could continue to add to his record.
- The two doubles legends and also the locals are the ones who have managed to lift the champion’s trophy in singles the most times, Bob and Mike Bryanalso with six titles.
- Eternal Roger Federer He is the oldest tennis player to become a champion and did it in 2019 at the age of 37.
- On the other hand, the opposite Carlos Alcaraz the youngest champion since he made history in 2022 and was crowned at the age of 18.
- No more than four players who were number one in the men’s rankings have been champions. Ivan Lendl (1986, 1989), Pete Sampras (1994), Roger Federer (2005, 2006) Novak Djokovic (2012, 2015 and 2016).
- American Tim Mayotte he touched the honor and was declared champion at the lowest ranking in the tournament, as when he lifted the title he was ranked #45.
- Period of victory Andre Agassiis the leader at 61, although he is slowly seeing his legacy threatened.