Victoria Azarenka, Novak Djokovic has won ATP Miami Open title in women and men section respectively; meanwhile West Indies made history by becoming champions in T20 men and women first time in cricket history.
Djokovic won his third consecutive Miami title downing Japanese sixth seed Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-3 for a record matching sixth crown overall. The 28 year old Serbian captured his fifth trophy in six seasons on the Florida hard courts to equal Andre Agassi’s Miami record total and took a record 28th career ATP Masters title, one better than the old mark he shared with Rafael Nadal. “Back in 2007 at Miami it was the biggest tournament that I had won. It has been a springboard for everything that has come after that.” 26 years Nishikori failed in his bid to become the first Asian player to claim an ATP Masters title and missed a chance at his 12th career ATP crown.
Victoria Azarenka the two time Australian Open champion captured her third WTA Miami Open Title by defeating two time Grand Slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-3, 6-2 in the final. Azarenka, who also took the trophy in 2009 and 2011, won her 20th career title and third of the year after Brisbane in January and two weeks ago at Indian Wells, where she beat top-ranked Serena Williams in the final. “I have so many great memories here” said Azarenka. “It’s always a pleasure to come here. Hot tennis is amazing this month.”
In the cricket history a nation had won first time the world title of both men and women; West Indies made history in T 20 world cup. West Indies men won the title by defeating Englend; that’s their second T 20 world cup win. West Indies women was first time won the world T 20 title defeating the defending and four time champions Australia.
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