Five-time Miami Open winner Novak Djokovic closed out Portugal tennis pro Joao Sousa in round three at Key Biscayne, Florida to once again earn him a place in the Sweet 16.
Currently ranked World No. 1, Djokovic hasn’t lost in Miami since 2013 and is looking to tie Andre Agassi’s record of six Miami Open championship titles. This title would also move him ahead of Rafael Nadal by winning a record 28th Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) World Tour Masters 1000 crown.
Djokovic’s next match is against Austrian Dominic Thiem, who he beat in their only other meeting at Shanghai 2014.