The ninth racket of the world, American John Isner, beat Spaniard Albert Ramos, occupying the 86th line of the ATP rating, with a score of 7/5, 7/6 (6) in the third round of the Masters in Miami.
The meeting lasted 1 hour and 53 minutes. During this time, the 33-year-old Isner performed 16 aces, twice made a mistake when serving, and realized two break points, and the 31-year-old Ramos twice blew, made one double mistake and made one break.
Previously, the score in personal meetings was 1: 1. Isner’s next opponent in the Miami Open competition will be Briton Kyle Edmund.