Johanna Konta and Caroline Wozniacki meet in the final of the 2017 Miami Masters on Saturday, and a live stream in the United States is easy to watch, even if you don't have a cable subscription.
From explosive tennis to a fiery crowd to racket smashes, this was a match that had it all.
"It's great to be in the final for me", said Nadal after winning the first of the semi-finals.
"I think the surface is good for him", Federer said before the tournament began.
The duo have faced each other for the first time in the round of 32 at the Australian Open in 2017 where the Briton won 6-3, 6-1.
"It's definitely going to be very special playing Rafa here again", Federer said.
Both women were competing in their first Miami Open final but while Wozniacki was seeking her first win of the year, Konta had already won the Apia International in Sydney.
Federer improved to 17-1 this year and will face either No. 12 Nick Kyrgios or No. 16 Alexander Zverev in the semifinals on Friday.
The serve dominated more in the second set and with neither player able to break another tie-break was needed. "But, I wouldn't be surprised if they found something bad to say about me". "Hopefully it's not our last match".
This will be the second consecutive time two double-digit seeds make the women's final at Key Biscayne, after No. 13 Victoria Azarenka beat No. 15 Svetlana Kuznetsova a year ago.
Fresh off a third straight win over five-time Wimbledon victor Venus Williams, Konta played with relentless aggression against Wozniacki on Saturday, hitting 33 winners to just 19 unforced errors to wrap up the match in one hour, 35 minutes. "I thought the crowd would have enjoyed watching it and people at home would have enjoyed watching it".
Pliskova, who won titles this year at Doha and Brisbane, also fell in the semi-final stage at Indian Wells two weeks ago.
"I couldn't believe it was over because I was so focused, just trying on every single point", Konta, who hit 33 winners, said in a courtside interview.
The Italian came to life in the second set, including a stretch where he fended off five break points during his first two service games.
Strycova, a 31-year-old Czech, nearly walked away from the sport in February 2013 when she was banned after testing positive for the stimulant sibutramine, which she unknowingly ingested when taking a slimming aid.