Angelique Kerber of Germany talks to the media at Crandon Park Tennis Center on March 21, 2017 in Key Biscayne, Florida. Julian Finney/Getty Images/AFP
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Germany's Angelique Kerber heads into this week's Miami Open in the unusual position of having regained the world No. 1 ranking despite a disappointing start to the season.Kerber lost top spot to Serena Williams after the American won the Australian Open in January, but the 23-time Grand Slam winner's knee injury forced her out of Indian Wells earlier this month and the Miami tournament.Kerber has also failed to beat a top-20-ranked player this year, raising questions about her form after a stellar 2016 in which she won the Australian Open and the U.S. Open and was runner-up at Wimbledon.Former world No. 1 and 18-time Grand Slam winner Chris Evert believes Kerber is not taking enough risks with her play.
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