The actual celebration began moments later, when Djokovic clinched a record-ty- ing sixth Key Biscayne title and his third in a row, beating Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-3 in the Miami Open final.
After Nishikori shanked the final shot, Djokovic hopped happily near the net and delivered a leg kick, flying high himself.
âThe progression I have made in the last three to four weeks is really exciting.
I start hurdling on Thursday so Iâm really looking forward to that.âAPP Speed skating: Korean champion Noh dies from cancer SEOULâSouth Koreaâs world-record holding short track speed skater Noh Jin- Kyu has died after a battle with bone cancer, his family said Monday. Nohâs sister, speed skater Noh Seon- Yeong, posted on her brotherâs Facebook page that he had died Sunday evening.
Wambach, who lives in Portland, was booked into Multnomah County Jail early Sunday on a charge of Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII) â Alcohol.
Australiaâs top athlete said she was deter- mined to be back in time to bid for a second 100m hurdles gold medal at the Rio Olympics in August.ââThatâs the most important fact,ââ Djokovic said with a laugh. 6- seeded Nishikori lost to Djokovic for the sixth consecutive time and was doomed by an erratic serve.He double-faulted five times, and Djokovic repeatedly pounced on his second serve to earn five breaks.He swept Indian Wells and the Miami Open for the third year in a row.He also re- corded his 714th career victory, surpass- ing his coach, Boris Becker, and moving into 11th place in the Open era.