From three-set marathons and gutsy comebacks to upsets and first-time achievements – the 2018 Miami Open certainly did not disappoint! Tennis TV was with you all the way, bringing you over 120 matches live and on-demand, over 12 consecutive days. Here are just some of our favourites as we said a fond farewell to Crandon Park…

10) Benoit Paire v Novak Djokovic
Round two of the Miami Open saw six-time champion Novak Djokovic square off against Frenchman Benoit Paire. The Serb was looking to add to an impressive 16-match winning streak at Crandon Park, whilst Paire was searching for his first victory against the former World No.1. Watch the full replay now.

9) Michael Mmoh v Roberto Bautista Agut
American qualifier Micahel Mmoh – ranked 176 in the world – took on No. 12 seed and recent Dubai champion Roberto Bautista Agut. Watch the full replay now.

8) Roger Federer v Thanasi Kokkinakis
With a world ranking of 175, Australia’s Thanasi Kokkinakis was looking to create one of the biggest upsets of 2018 when he took on defending Miami Open champion Roger Federer. Was he up to the challenge? Watch the full replay now.

7) Grigor Dimitrov v Jeremy Chardy
Going into the Miami Open, Grigor Dimitrov had yet to achieve the heights that saw him crowned 2017 Nitto ATP Finals champion, registering early exits in both Dubai and Indian Wells. The Bulgarian was hoping for a change in fortune when he took on Jeremy Chardy.  Watch the full replay now.

6) Borna Coric v Denis Shapovalov
Showcasing what may perhaps be the future of men’s tennis, 21-year old Borna Coric and 19-year old Denis Shapovalov went to battled in round four of the Miami Open. Watch the full replay now.

5) Juan Martin del Potro v Milos Raonic
A packed Stadium One crowd was treated to an absolute scorcher on Day 10, when Juan Martin del Potro and Milos Raonic squared off for the second time in as many weeks. Watch the full replay now.

4) Kevin Anderson v Pablo Carreno Busta
Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta had failed to make it past round one of the Miami Open in previous years, yet in 2018 found himself in a position to reach the last four. Standing in his way would be big-serving South African Kevin Anderson. Watch the full replay now.

3) John Isner v Juan Martin del Potro
Only seven men had ever achieved back-to-back crowns at Indian Wells and Miami – Jim Courier, Michael Chang, Pete Sampras, Marcelo Rios, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic making up that group. Juan Martin del Potro was just two wins away from adding his name to this illustrious list, when he took on American John Isner for a spot in the 2018 Miami Open final. Watch the full replay now.

2) Karen Khachanov & Andrey Rublev v Bob Bryan & Mike Bryan
The doubles final at Crandon Park saw a generational battle between a firmly established pair – Bob and Mike Bryan – and a young Russian duo in Karen Khachanov and Andrey Rublev. The Bryans were in search of a 115th career doubles title, whilst their opponents were seeking a first. Watch the full replay now.

1) Alexander Zverev v John Isner
The final of the 2018 Miami Open would see Alexander Zverev and John Isner square off for a fourth time in their careers, the young German leading the head-to-head 3-0. Zverev came into the match with a 100% winning record in ATP Masters 1000 Finals, having been crowned champion at Rome and Montreal in 2017. In stark contrast, Isner was still in search of his first title at this level, falling short in Paris 2016, Cincinnati 2013 and Indian Wells 2012. Would 2018 be a different story for the American? Watch the full replay now.

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