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Miami Open tennis tournament takes place every year in late March or early April. This period of the year is early spring in the United States, which contributes to that during the days of competition the climatic conditions are favorable for enjoying athletes and visitors of outdoor activities.

The venue for this important tournament is the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, and marks the beginning of the tennis season in the United States. Crandon Park is a beautiful natural park in Miami, with a paradisaical beach, many trees and a lush visual, very popular destination for tourists from around the world, especially when it happens the Miami Open.

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Miami Open History

This major Miami Event was created by the American former tennis player Butch Buchholz in partnership with ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) and a WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) in the 80s.

Beginning in February 1985 in the city of Delray Beach, Florida, in Laver’s International Tennis Resort, the tournament was attended by some renowned tennis players of the time and with the referee Alan Mills, the famous competition in Wimbledon, England. In 1986, the tournament moved to the nearby city of Boca Raton and the following year to Key Biscayne in Miami-Dade County, Florida, where he is currently held.

In its first edition the prize was $ 1.8 million, smaller only than the Wimbledon and US Open tournament. After that, the prize was increased to exceed $ 6 million.

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Tickets – Miami Open Tennis Tournament

Event organizers offer some categories of tickets, such as daily individual ticket that allows you to watch a game and combos that offer a better price for those who want to watch several matches on different days. For ticket packages click here.

In addition to these tickets, who are passing through Miami, you can purchase the travel package that includes lodging in hotels accredited to the event, food, transfers from the airport to the hotel and Tennis Center, and tickets for the matches. This package is interesting, especially for those who go with friends and family, it greatly facilitates the planning and logistics of the trip.

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Gaël Monfils vs Jo Wilfried Tsonga Miami Open 2015 – Photo Source Youtuber @MyFrenchCity

The Miami Open also offers a VIP plan for visitors who want more comfort and exclusivity, bringing unique experiences in the lounge of the tournament, privileged seat in the audience, photos with leading tennis players of the competition, different food and many other benefits.


The competition brings together important names that are successful today, as Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer and many other players in search of first place and recognition in this prestigious tournament in world tennis.

Miami Open 2015

Serena Williams cruised to the eighth Miami Open title of her career Saturday thanks to a dominant 6-2 6-0 win over Spain’s Carla Suarez Navarro.

Several US companies and foreign sponsors of the event, since it will have great visibility of their brands linked to the best tennis players in the world.

Novak Djokovic Miami Open 2015

Novak Djokovic claimed his fifth Miami Open. He became the first player to win at Indian Wells and Miami in the same year on three separate occasions

Places to eat and attractions

The event offers a complete infrastructure for food and entertainment. On site are several dining options; Japanese, Italian, natural food, coffee shops, pastry shops, ice cream parlors and many others, plus an exclusive lounge for VIP visitors with champagne and seafood.

In addition, the organizers offer various stalls around the event with plenty of entertainment, leisure and fun for the whole family, including children’s activities.


The official website of the Miami Open markets several themed products such as shirts, caps, towels, tennis ball, squeezes, hats, necessaries and other custom accessories each year the tournament for interested visitors.

These items serve as a reminder of the event as well as tourist souvenirs, as well as being very helpful during the days of competition, particularly with higher temperatures and strong sun.

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