Miami: The world's two best players rolled into the quarter-finals of the ATP and WTA Miami Masters, following a two-hour afternoon rain interruption which put Tuesday's programme well behind schedule.
World number one Rafael Nadal lived up to expectations as the Spaniard strives for a first Miami title. The top seed reached the last eight over Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-1, 6-2 in just 59 minutes.
"It was very, very, very humid. That's why I'm sweating a lot," said Nadal, who said the long wait in the locker room did not bother him.