Rising U.S. star Sebastian Korda upsets Diego Schwartzman, reaches Miami Open quarterfinals

MIAMI — The last time four American men made the Round of 16 at the Miami Open was 2004. Their names were Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, Todd Martin and Vince Spadea. Agassi, the eight-time Grand Slam champion and tennis legend, is now 50 years old and mentoring a rising young American talent, Sebastian “Sebi” Korda of Bradenton, who was one of four U.S. men playing Round of 16 matches Tuesday at the Miami Open. The name Korda should sound familiar to tennis fans, as his father, Petr Korda, is a former Czech player who won the 1998 Australian Open and reached No. 2 in the world that same year. Hi…

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