Hot on the heels of the opening Masters 1000 tournament of the season in Indian Wells, the world’s leading ATP stars converge in Miami for the second Masters Series event of 2020, live from the multi-purpose Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Six-time champion and World No. 2 Novak Djokovic returns in search for a first title in Miami since 2016, alongside four-time winner and defending champion Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, who is still on the hunt for a first Miami title when the 2020 tournament takes place between March 23-April 5.

ATP Miami live streaming

ATP Miami tennis is live from March 23 to April 5, 2020, with play starting around 11.00am local/4.00pm GMT. Bookmaker bet365 are offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the match alongside in-play betting.

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ATP Miami tournament schedule

Check back here soon when the official schedule for the 2020 Miami Masters is released.

ATP Miami seeds

Check back later in 2020 when the Miami Masters seeds are confirmed.

Novak Djokovic has won a record six Miami Masters titles

ATP Miami players 2020

Another all-star cast of ATP players are set to battle it out as the second ATP Masters 1000 tournament of 2020 takes place in Miami, live between March 23 to April 5.

Below are some of the leading contenders for the 2020 Miami Masters title:

Roger Federer

A four-time winner at the Miami Masters and the defending champion after storming to the title for the loss of just one set last year, Roger Federer will once again be amongst the top picks for the 2020 title in Miami. Federer hasn't won a slam at the time of writing for two years now, but he remains solidified in the top three behind Nadal and Djokovic and can never be discounted in any tournament.

Novak Djokovic

The record six-time champion and the only man to have won the Indian Wells/Miami 'Sunshine Double' on four occasions, Djokovic will be hoping to capture his first Miami crown since 2016. The Serbian couldn't maintain the momentum he generated from winning the Australian Open at the start of 2019 into Indian Wells and Miami, losing to Philipp Kohlschreiber and Roberto Bautista Agut - will be put together a better sunshine swing in 2020?

Rafael Nadal

One of the very few big tournaments Nadal has never won throughout his illustrious career, but that's not to say the Spaniard plays poorly in Miami. Indeed, Nadal has reached the final on five occasions, with his first appearance in the title match coming in 2005 and his last in 2017. After ending 2019 as World No. 1, Nadal will be confident of claiming his first Miami title in 2020

Stefanos Tsitsipas

After ending 2019 on the highest of highs by capturing the biggest title of his career at the season-ending ATP Finals in London, rising star Tsitsipas will be looking to take his career to the next level in 2020 - and that means winning a Masters 1000 tournament or a Grand Slam. The Greek has already made two Masters 1000 finals - perhaps Miami in 2020 is when he breaks through to get his hands on a trophy?

Daniil Medvedev

One of the biggest success stories of 2019, Medvedev is hoping to prove everything he did last season wasn't a fluke. Already a winner of two Masters 1000 titles having prevailed in Cincinnati and Shanghai last year, Medvedev will be aiming to replicate his stunning form from 2019 in North America, where he made the final of every tournament he played during the U.S. Open Series.

Dominic Thiem

Now a genuine contender on hardcourts, can Dominic Thiem continue to make inroads on the surface in 2020? Already a fearsome competitor on clay, Thiem - under he guidance of Nicolas Massu - improved his game considerable on hardcourts in 2019, winning his first Masters 1000 crown in Indian Wells, taking home the 500-level tournaments in Vienna and Beijing and reaching he final of the ATP Finals. If he maintains that form, Thiem has all the ingredients to emerge triumphant in Miami

Alexander Zverev

The German didn't have the best season in 2019, but the 2018 Miami Masters runner-up says he has learned a lot from what happened on and off the court and is primed to bounce back strongly in 2020. The first man of his generation to break through at Masters 1000 level, he is the only active player outside of the Big Four to have won three titles.

Miami Masters Player Performance

How have the world's best players traditionally fared at the Miami Masters?

Miami Masters player performance: Top men

PlayerTitlesRunner-up finishesMain-draw appearancesWin-loss record2018 result
Novak Djokovic611344-7R2 (lost to Benoit Paire)
Roger Federer411856-14R2 (lost to Thanasi Kokkinakis)
Andy Murray221128-9Did not play
John Isner111224-11Champion (d. Alexander Zverev)
Rafael Nadal051240-12Did not play
Kei Nishikori01921-9R3 (lost to Juan Martin del Potro)
Alexander Zverev01510-5Runner-up (lost to John Isner)

John Isner won his maiden Masters 1000 Series title in Miami in 2018

About the Miami Masters

The ATP Miami Open presented by Itau (formerly the Sony Open) follows on from two weeks of tennis in California, and boasts the participation of the sport's top men and women in a combined ATP Masters Series and Premier level event. The 2018 Miami Open was the last to be staged at Crandon Park, as the tournament moves to the multi-purpose Hard Rock Stadium, home ground of NFL team Miami Dolphins from the 2019 season.

Tournament founder Butch Buchholz's ambition was for the Miami tennis tournament to become the first Grand Slam at the year. Christened "The Winter Wimbledon", its debut in 1985 came at a time when the Australian Open was held at the end of the year. The first ball was struck at the event in the February of the aforementioned year, with Tim Mayotte and Martina Navratilova the first champions crowned. Each defeated a fellow American - Mayotte beating Scott Davis, and Navratilova taking down Chris Evert.

While the event has never reached major status, it has - for the duration of its life - been in a two-way fight with Indian Wells for the title of the 'Fifth Slam'. Winning Indian Wells and Miami in the same year has become known as the 'Sunshine Double', a feat only achieved by seven men and three women, most recently Roger Federer for the third time in 2017.

Players who have completed the Sunshine Double

PlayerNo. of times completedYears
Novak Djokovic42011, 2014-16
Roger Federer32005-6, 2017
Steffi Graf21994, 1996
Jim Courier11991
Michael Chang11992
Pete Sampras11994
Marcelo Rios11998
Andre Agassi12001
Kim Clijsters12005
Victoria Azarenka12016


The Miami Open is one of only two non-Slam events that runs over the course of two weeks. It showcases the best players in the world as part of the spring hard-court swing, ahead of the start of the European clay court season, which will ultimately lead up to the second Grand Slam of the year: Roland Garros.

The very best in men’s tennis have won the Miami Masters over the years, including record six-time champion Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Ivan Lendl, Mats Wilander and Andy Murray.

Federer is the defending champion after winning his fourth Miami Masters title with a win over John Isner in 2019 final.

ATP Miami tournament information

Miami Open tournament information

Miami Open
DatesMarch 23 to April 5, 2020
LocationMiami, Florida, USA
VenueHard Rock Stadium
SurfaceHard (Laykold), outdoor
ATP World Tour categoryMasters 1000
WTA Tour categoryPremier Mandatory
Entrants96 singles/32 doubles
Number of seeds32
Reigning men's championRoger Federer
Reigning women's championAshleigh Barty
Prize money (men)$7,037,595
Prize money (women)$6,844,139

Roger Federer has won the Miami Masters four times

Former ATP Miami Champions

Miami Masters men's champions

YearChampionRunner-up
1985Tim MayotteScott Davis
1986Ivan LendlMats Wilander
1987Miroslav MecirIvan Lendl
1988Mats WilanderJimmy Connors
1989Ivan Lendl (2)Thomas Muster
1990Andre AgassiStefan Edberg
1991Jim CourierDavid Wheaton
1992Michael ChangAlberto Mancini
1993Pete SamprasMaliVai Washington
1994Pete Sampras (2)Andre Agassi
1995Andre Agassi (2)Pete Sampras
1996Andre Agassi (3)Goran Ivanisevic
1997Thomas MusterSergei Bruguera
1998Marcelo RiosAndre Agassi
1999Richard KrajicekSebastian Grosjean
2000Pete Sampras (3)Gustavo Kuerten
2001Andre Agassi (4)Jan-Michael Gambill
2002Andre Agassi (5)Roger Federer
2003Andre Agassi (6)Carlos Moya
2004Andy RoddickGuillermo Coria
2005Roger FedererRafael Nadal
2006Roger FedererIvan Ljubicic
2007Novak DjokovicGuillermo Canas
2008Nikolay DavydenkoRafael Nadal
2009Andy MurrayNovak Djokovic
2010Andy Roddick (2)Tomas Berdych
2011Novak Djokovic (2)Rafael Nadal
2012Novak Djokovic (3)Andy Murray
2013Andy Murray (2)David Ferrer
2014Novak Djokovic (4)Rafael Nadal
2015Novak Djokovic (5)Andy Murray
2016Novak Djokovic (6)Kei Nishikori
2017Roger Federer (3)Rafael Nadal
2018John IsnerAlexander Zverev
2019Roger Federer (4)John Isner

ATP Miami Ranking Points

ATP Masters 1000 ranking points

RoundPoints
Champion1,000
Runner-up600
Semifinalist360
Quarterfinalist180
Round of 1690
Round of 3245
Round of 6425

Miami Masters records & statistics

Here are some of the most significant records and statistics from the history of the Miami Open.

Most titles
Andre Agassi and Novak Djokovic are tied for the most Miami Masters titles.
Agassi - 6 (1990, 1995-6, 2001-3)
Djokovic - 6 (2007, 2011-12, 2014-16)

Most consecutive titles
Andre Agassi and Novak Djokovic are tied for the most consecutive Miami Masters titles.
Agassi - 3 (2001-3)
Djokovic - 3 (2014-16)

Most finals reached
Andre Agassi - 8 (1990, 1994-6, 1998, 2001-3)

Longest winning streak
Andre Agassi won a record 19 consecutive matches in 2001-4: He won the title in Miami in 2001, 2002 and 2003 and reached the round of 16 in 2004 before losing to Agustin Calleri

Most times seeded no. 1
Roger Federer - 7 (2004-8, 2010, 2018)

Unseeded players who have reached the final
Four unseeded players have made the final of the Miami Masters. They are:
Sebastian Grosjean (1999)
David Wheaton (1991)
Tim Mayotte (1985)
Scott Davis (1985)

Unseeded players to win the Miami Masters
The only unseeded player to win the Miami Masters was Tim Mayotte in 1995, who defeated Scott Davis (also unseeded) in the final

Youngest winner
Novak Djokovic was 19 years and 316 days old when he won the title in 2007.

Oldest winner
Roger Federer was 37 years and 235 days old when he won the title in 2019.

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