Scottish tennis star Andy Murray has come from a set down to beat Spain's David Ferrer and win his second Miami Masters title, moving above Roger Federer to second in the world rankings in the process.
It's the first time in more than nine years neither Federer nor Rafael Nadal will be in the world's top two.
Ferrer dominated early on in the final, taking the first set 6-2 but Murray won the second 6-4 then was serving for the match before Ferrer broke back.
Murray then had to save match point before comfortably taking the tiebreak 7-1 as Ferrer cramped up.
It's Murray's second title in Miami, his second of the year after claiming the Brisbane crown and 26th career ATP Tour triumph overall.