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Quarter-Finals

(1) Novak Djokovic Defeats (7) Tomas Berdych 63 63

(6) Kei Nishikori Defeats (16) Gael Monfils 46 63 76

(24) Nick Kyrgios Defeats (12) Milos Raonic 64 76

(15) David Goffin Defeats (18) Gilles Simon 36 62 61

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Stadium Starts at 7:00 pm (CAT)

SF(1) Novak Djokovic VS (15) David Goffin

1:00 am (CAT)

SF(24) Nick Kyrgios VS (6) Kei Nishikori

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7PM - SS6 WTA Miami Open Final - Svetlana Kuznetzova v Victoria Azarenka

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7PM - SS5 - ATP 1000 Miami Open Final - Novak Djokovic v Kei Nishikori

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Finals

(1) Novak Djokovic Defeats (6) Kei Nishikori  63 63 (YAWWWN)

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Tennis legend Abe Segal dies

Tennis South Africa were sad to learn about the death of South African tennis legend Abe Segal.

Segal was not only one of the greatest tennis players to emerge from South Africa but was also undoubtedly one of the greatest personalities in the sport worldwide.

Segal, 85, had been suffering from cancer and passed away in Cape Town on Monday night.

Together with Gordon Forbes, they formed one the world’s best doubles teams, and the two remained great friends off the court. Forbes wrote two books—A Handful Of Summers and Too Soon To Panic – in which Segal featured prominently. In fact, the title of the second book comes from a quote from Segal during a Davis Cup tie against Germany in Berlin in 1962.

Actor and writer Peter Ustinov wrote the forward to A Handful Of Summers and when Segal produced his book in 2008, called Hey Big Boy, not to be outdone Segal got Sean Connery to pen the forward in his book.

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Former US Open champion Juan Martin del Potro said he almost quit tennis after

a succession of wrist injuries but still hopes he can regain his former powers.

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