Miami Open: Roger Federer defeats Rafael Nadal, Johanna Konta wins women's title


Roger Federer clinched his 91st career title when he beat rival Rafael Nadal 6-3, 6-4 in the Miami Open final on Sunday. Getty


Roger Federer broke once in each set for his fourth consecutive victory over Rafael Nadal. AP


Rafael Nadal still leads their career head-to-head record at 23-14, due to his superiority on clay. Federer, now a three-time Miami winner, leads 10-9 on hardcourt. AP


Roger Federer celebrates after winning match point in the Miami Open final against Rafael Nadal. AP


The win gives Roger Federer his 26th Masters 1000 title. This is also the third time he's won Indian Wells and Miami back-to-back and the first time since 2006. Getty


In the women's singles final, 12th seed Caroline Wozniacki from Denmark was up against 10th seed Johanna Konta of Great Britain. AP


Johanna Konta won the biggest title of her career when she beat Caroline Wozniacki 6-4, 6-3 in the women's singles final at the Miami Open on Saturday. AP


Johanna Konta, who in June 2015 was the world number 146, climbs to seventh from 11th in the rankings - her highest yet. Getty


India's Sania Mirza and her doubles partner Barbora Strycova of Czech Republic were upset by the Canadian-Chinese pair Gabriela Dabrowski and Xu Yifan in the Miami Open women's doubles final. Getty


Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo defeated Americans Nicholas Monroe and Jack Sock 7-5, 6-3 to win the Miami Open men's doubles title. Getty

Published Date: Apr 03, 2017 16:23 PM | Updated Date: Apr 03, 2017 16:23 PM

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