With marquee names out, Hubert Hurkacz wins Miami Open title over teenager Jannik Sinner

Nothing about the 2021 Miami Open was quite normal, as the pandemic forced organizers to host a scaled down version of the 36-year-old tennis tournament. Instead of 300,000 fans roaming the grounds over the two-week event, fewer than 30,000 showed up. Instead of an endless array of chic dining options, there was a row of food trucks and a few other kiosks around Hard Rock Stadium. Instead of $1.35 million for the men’s and women’s winners, top prize was $300,110. And, instead of a marquee name winning the men’s final, it was 37th-ranked Hubert “Hubi” Hurkacz of Poland, wearing a mask, hoisting…

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