No.1 Serena Williams came from a set down to beat Maria Sharapova in the final.
The world’s numbers one and two met in the final of the Miami Open as Serena Williams eventually triumphed over Maria Sharapova.
The American came from a set and break down to beat Sharapova for the 11th time in a row.
Williams has now won the Miami title for a record six times, becoming only the fourth woman in the modern era of tennis to win the same competition by that total.
Sharapova on the other hand is yet to lift the Miami trophy, as she was once again outdone by the 31-year-old.
The Russian has now only managed to beat Williams in two of their 14 meetings and they both came back in 2004.
It started well for the 25-year-old however, as she took the form from her Indian Wells triumph two weeks ago into the first set against the world number one.
Sharapova broke Williams to go 3-2 up and although the American broke back straight away the Russian held her nerve to eventually take the first set 6-4.
It was the first time the world number two had won a set against her opponent since 2008 and Sharapova looked to be on course for victory when she took a 3-2 lead in the second.
The 15-time major champion fought back though and played some faultless shots to level the tie – winning the second set 6-3.
Sharapova looked in trouble when she slipped to 3-0 down in the third and Williams seized the advantage to continue her impressive winning streak over her nearest rival.