The 2012 Miami Masters final sees Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic contesting the title.
Djokovic has not dropped a set en route to the final, producing a couple of awesome performances to see off the tenacious duo of David Ferrer and Juan Monaco in the past couple of rounds. However the top seed was disappointed his wins had not been more emphatic with both players fighting back in the second set.
"As I did yesterday in the quarter-finals, I started very strong, just going for the shots, being very aggressive," Djokovic said. "Then I just wasn't able to close it out. It was a very similar match to the one against Ferrer... It was [an] exciting match I think for us to play and for the crowd. I didn't expect an easy match and [I'm] just happy to be through."
As for Murray, he was able to put his feet up on Friday after Rafa Nadal's dodgy knees forced him to pull out of their semi-final much to the chagrin of everyone.
Murray beat Djokovic in straight sets in Dubai at the end of February and while there's still doubt as to his ability to beat his rival over five sets, he's definitely capable of pulling off the upset today. Murray is a good player in the heat and he's better than anyone at upsetting Djokovic's rhythm from the back of the court.
It should be an intriguing one but we just feel Murray might pull it off in three.