The Miami Open is one of the world’s foremost Tennis Tournaments. It is the perfect way to see the sport’s biggest stars, like Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic without paying US Open prices. Whether you are looking for a ticket to a single session or the entire tournament, we’ve got you covered.
Located on the absolutely gorgeous island of Key Biscayne, the Miami Open is worth the trip. The Tennis Center at Crandon Park is, quite simply, one of the most beautiful places to watch a sporting event on Earth. Surrounded by palm trees and bathed in the sea’s breeze, this is one venue that needs to be experienced first hand.
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Founded in 1985 by former pro Butch Buchholz, the tournament has gone by several names (and title sponsors) including “Lipton International Players Championships”, “Nasdaq-100 Open” and the “Sony Ericsson Open” before settling on “Miami Open presented by Itaú” in 2015.
While not a Grand Slam Tournament, the Miami Open is an ATP World Tour Masters 1000, and Premier Mandatory event, and as such, hosts the biggest names in Tennis. This year’s tournament is especially noteworthy because it represents one of the last opportunities to see a Nadal-Federer rematch, and the Williams Sisters, together, on American soil. In short, the Miami Open offers the same, world-class tennis as an event like the US Open, all in a scenic locale
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