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Andy Murray took advantage of Novak Djokovic's slow start to win the Sony Ericsson Open title 6-2, 7-5 Sunday.
Top-ranked Serena Williams was upset 6-3, 6-1 Saturday by 19-year-old Victoria Azarenka in the final of the Sony Ericsson Open.
Juan Del Potro
Argentina's pride and joy tamed top-ranked Rafael Nadal.
Numero Uno had not dropped a set to Juan Martin Del Potro in four career matches, but finally lost to the hard-charging Argentine.
Unable to beat her sister, the elder Williams exited in the semifinal round.
The coach-less legend slammed his racket to the ground, breaking it against Novak Djokovic. The outward show of frustration was unexpected to many.
The 26-year-old Czech was bounced by Venus Williams in the quarterfinals.
America's best player fell to Roger Federer despite the backing of a near-capacity crowd of 12,606.
Serena Williams continues to serve notice that she will not relinquish the top ranking soon.
The Serb is hot in Florida as he frustrated Roger Federer Friday in his semifinal victory over the No. 2 player
Though taking one set off Serena was impressive, Li could not finish the deal.
After beating Novak Djokovic four straight times, the Frenchman fell to the Serb in straights.
The Swiss swinger forced Rafael Nadal to play from behind in both sets before collapsing 7-6 (2), 7-6 (4).
Nadal leads the ATP in money earned this season at $2,182,160.