Monday set Carlos Alcaraz up to become the eighth Sunshine Double winner.
To defend his Miami Open presented by Itau title and stay atop the Pepperstone ATP Rankings,
the Spaniard must overcome several challenges. Last year, the Spaniard won in south Florida.
This week, he returns to World No. 1 after winning in Indian Wells.
The 19-year-old needs win his fourth ATP Masters 1000 title in Miami against Argentine Facundo Bagnis or a qualifier to stay on top.
Alcaraz might meet former World No. 1 and two-time Miami champion Andy Murray in the third round and
in-form American Tommy Paul in the fourth. The top seed could face Jannik
Sinner in the semi-finals after facing Taylor Fritz or Holger Rune in the quarterfinals.