Miami Open Tennis Tickets
Miami Open Tennis Ticket Information
Formerly known as the Sony Open and Sony Ericsson Open, this annual tennis event is consistenly one of the largest tennis tournaments outside of the four Grand Slams. There is always extraordinary demand for 2015 Miami Open Tennis tickets, so now is the time to get yours. Tennis fans from around the world flock to beautiful Miami to witness one of the few events on the ATP and WTA tours where the main singles draw play lasts for 12 whole days, so there is always sure to be plenty of noteworthy moments. By purchasing Miami Open Tennis tickets through Vivid Seats, you’ll get the support of our dedicated customer service team to ensure that everything is taken care of with the utmost efficiency. We understand how much Miami Open tickets mean to you, so we’ve made it as simple as possible to get your hands on them.
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Facts About Miami Open Tennis
Former Names: Sony Open, Sony Ericsson Open
Tournament Location: Key Biscayne, Miami, Florida, U.S.
Club Name: Tennis Center at Crandon Park
Court Surface: Hard (outdoor)
Miami Open Tennis News
Miami Open to Return to Tennis Center at Crandon Park from March 23-April 5
Though sporting a brand new name (previously known as Sony Open), the caliber of talent at the 2015 Miami Open is expected to be present all the same when the world’s top athletes take over the Tennis Center at Crandon Park from March 23-April 5. Though Roger Federer will not be in the tournament for a second straight year due to precautionary scheduling, the field is still poised to include the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray on the men’s side, and Maria Sharapova and the Williams’ sisters amongst the leading women’s players.
Djokovic will enter the 2015 edition as the reigning champ, and has won four Miami Opens to date, including three since 2011. As of Feb. 17, the world’s top men’s player has seen limited action thus far but did open the year by claiming his fifth-career Australian Open, bringing his Grand Slam total to 10. On the women’s side, Serena Williams has enjoyed similar success herself at the Miami Open, having won in each of the last two years to register seven overall.