Sky Sport Germany experts previewed the Miami Open that is taking place these days. Marcel Meinert said: "I asked myself how Novak Djokovic reassessed his loss to Philipp Kohlschreiber. We will see if he can be a threat in Miami again.
It's very difficult to make predictions and there is also the defending champion John Isner, who could be very dangerous too." Stefan Hempel: "Despite the result in Indian Wells, Djokovic stays as a No. 1 and he has been a dominant player in the last nine months.
He is a little bit more relaxed than the past year. My second favourite would be Alexander Zverev." Hempel added: "I hope he can be healthy again. If it is like this, I see him reaching at least the quarter-finals, in the last two years he played very well in Miami, and in 2018 he lost to John Isner in the final.
He likes the environment, he is a fan of the Miami Heat..." Paul Hauser concluded: "Miami and Alexander Zverev, it's a special relationship, the German feels unbelievably comfortable in the American Sunshine Double and he usually is in great shape there. If he feels well physically, he can go far."