The outdoor hard swing of March is about to end with miami's both singles finals already in place. If the men's contest will have another Fedal at its start with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal facing for the 3rd time in 2017, the women's contest will feature 2 of its most constant players of 2017.

Caroline Wozniacki (14 WTA) will be playing against Johanna Konta (11 WTA). Their direct meetings history is far from being called a rivalry as they only met once on the WTA Tour. It was a few months back in the Australian Open's 3rd round when Johanna Konta dispatched Wozniacki in straight sets.

If she wins, Wozniacki will re-enter the top 10

The 26-year-old Dane is a former WTA no. 1 and a multiple Grand Slam runner-up. Wozniacki has been climbing the wall again after her revival from last Autumn. It was in the middle of 2016 when her ranking really plunged putting her somewhere around the 70th spot.

A solid run at 2016 US Open was the proper cure and things got better and better ever since. If she'll get past Konta in Miami's final act, starting from Monday she will be back in the top 10, more specifically she'll be sitting in the 8th slot. Thr first 3 months of 2017 have been sprinkled with some great results. In January she reached twice the quarterfinals at Auckland and then in Sydney.

After a disappointing result in Melbourne where she was ousted by Konta, she bounced back in Qatar and Dubai reaching two finals in a row. Miami is just a confirmation that her tennis is back where it should.

Konta and her deal of consistency

The no. 1 British, Johanna Konta would cement her top 10 presence in the event of a triumph in Miami.

In 2017, the 25-year-old put in some serious and consistent tennis. Consistency is that little something that makes her tennis highly-competitive.

Back in January, she went on winning the title in Sydney and then reached the quarterfinals at the Australian Open losing to Serena Williams, the eventual champion.

Unlike other WTA top players, Johanna Konta has been making progress but on a slower pace. She is a top player for a short time having her breakthrough year in 2015 at 23 years of age.