Entornointeligente.com / MiamiHerald / It’s been tough going around these parts for this generation of American men players, but there’s been a glimmer of hope at the Miami Open this year.
This last Miami Open to be hosted on Key Biscayne has seen seven American men advance to the third-round. That’s the most number to reach that stage of the tournament since eight performed that feat back in 1996.
On the disappointing side of the equation, with eighth-seeded Jack Sock and unseeded Frances Tiafoe still to play later on Monday, only 14th-seeded John Isner, who defeated Jiri Vesely of the Czech Republic on Sunday, advanced to the fourth-round.
Of the seven players to reach this year’s third-round, Isner’s enjoyed the best previous success here, reaching the 2015 semifinals.
Americans struggling on men's side of Miami Open draw
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