Roger Federer seems to have rediscovered his A-game, as he beat rival, Rafael Nadal in straight sets to win the Miami Open title.
This is his third title in 2017, and he needed just 94 minutes to claim a 6-3 6-4 win and his 91st career title. He now has 26 masters.
Federer will be rising to No. 4 on the ATP rankings, adding the Miami title to his Indian Wells and Australian Open trophies.
The last time Federer won the Miami Open was in 2006, but he seems to be back to his former self again, after enduring six months out due to injury.
Nadal on the other hand has lost five times in the final of the Miami Open and three finals in 2017 already.