The world's number four in men's tennis Roger Federer on Sunday won his fourth Miami Open title with a 6-1, 6-4 win over defending champion John Isner.
The 37-year-old Swiss claimed his 28th Masters title and the 101st overall for a player who has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles.
Federer won the Miami Open 2019 with 6-1, 6-4 victory over 7th seed John Isner.
"It's been a super-long journey for me here," Federer said on court after his victory.
Isner had treatment on his left foot in the second set.
"I’m sorry for your foot," Federer told Isner after the match. "I’m positive for you it will be all good and you will recover well and play a great rest of the season."
"Roger, congrats,” Isner said. “You were entirely too good today, you were entirely too good this whole tournament, you are entirely too good your whole career."