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The third round of the ATP Sony Open in Miami continue later on today and some of the world’s best players are in action.
Andy Murray is the man many are looking forward to seeing this evening and he takes on Grigor Dimitrov in round three.
The Scotsman has been impressive in the tournament so far and eased past Bernard Tomic in the previous round, winning 6-3 6-1.
Dimitrov knows he is in for a tough match here as he takes on one of the best players on the men’s circuit right now and it is going to take a huge performance for him to cause an upset here.
The Bulgarian is currently ranked number 32 in the world, which shows you the difference in quality between these two.
Murray isn’t a man to be complacent though and he knows that players are always likely to raise their game against him as he is now one of the biggest names in tennis.
He is, unsurprisingly, the massive favourite to win this one at 2/17.
If the British number-one can perform to the same level as he did last time out, this should be another straight sets victory for him and he will keep plenty in the tank for the fourth round.
He could meet Jo Wilfried Tsonga in just two matches time, so Murray has to be in some good form as the compeition really starts to hot up soon.
Murray and Dimitrov have met just twice in the past and the man from Scotland has won on both occasions. He has also taken all four sets they have played, so should be full of confidence coming into this one.
Tsonga is also in action as he takes on Jarkko Nieminen, who is currently ranked number 49 in the world.
The Frenchman will also expect to qualify for the next round, but knows a player that has made it through the opening two rounds is going to be playing some decent tennis, so he can’t take anything for granted.
If the number-six seed’s big serve is good in this one, he shouldn’t need too much time to book his place in the fourth round.
Tsonga doesn’t have the best record against the man from Finland though, as he has lost twice to him in five previous meetings, so Nieminen could prove to be good value at 3/1 for the win.
Richard Gasquet and Mikhail Youzhny also meet in what should be an interesting encounter between two players capable of reaching the latter stages in this Sony Open.
Gasquet is the favourite for this one at 2/7 with some bookmakers.
Milos Raonic and Sam Querrey go head-to-head, with the final encounter of the day looking to be another cracker between John Isner and Marin Cilic.
With plenty of top-quality players in action, it should be a superb day of action in Miami, but as mentioned, many eyes will be on Andy Murray and what sort of performance he can put in today.