Roberto Bautista Agut is not only having a fantastic tournament and was encouraged to go down to the first seed of the tournament, Daniiil Medvedev, but he is also two games away from returning to the Top 10.
The glorious week at the Miami Masters 1000 can close with a first title of that category and, in this case, it would bring a remarkable prize in the ranking.
The Spaniard lived his last week in this select group on September 14, 2020, and if he was champion in the state of Florida, he would rank ninth in the world, his best record, with 3,730 points, beating an inactive Matteo Berrettini and Diego Schwartzman who was eliminated by Sebastian Korda in the round of 16. If he is a finalist, he would shorten the gap compared to the Italian.
Against the explosive Jannik Sinner he will play his first chance in the semifinals and you can follow him on ESPN2 from 2:00 p.m.