Novak Djokovic continued displaying his dominance at the Sony Open as he cruised to victory once again in Miami, defeating Somdev Devvarman 6-2, 6-4 in Round 3 on Sunday. It took the top-seeded Djokovic just 68 minutes to take down his second opponent of the tournament.
The two-time defending champion faced just one break point throughout the entire match. Djokovic won 28 of 31 first-serve points, keeping Devvarman out of contention in each set.
After breezing past Lukas Rosol 6-1, 6-0 in Round 2, Djokovic looks determined to make it a three-peat at Key Biscayne. He'll face No. 15 seed Tommy Haas in the next round. The No. 1 player in the world holds a 4-2 series lead all-time against Haas.
No. 3 seed David Ferrer, No. 11 seed Gilles Simon and No. 13 seed Kei Nishikori all won in straight sets, moving on to Round 4. Seventeenth-seeded Janko Tipsarevic dropped his first set against No. 26 seed Kevin Anderson, but the Serbian ultimately came out on top after a flawless third set.
Maria Sharapova also cruised in her third-round match against No. 29 seed Elena Vesnina, winning 6-4, 6-2 to advance. No. 11 seed Nadia Petrova and No. 14 seed Maria Kirilenko were both upset.