Sony Open Tennis Tickets
Sony Open Tennis Ticket Information
Formerly known as the 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 2014 Sony 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 Sony 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 Sony 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 Sony Open Tennis
Former Name: Sony Ericsson Open
Tournament Location: Key Biscayne, Miami, Florida, U.S.
Club Name: Tennis Center at Crandon Park
Court Surface: Hard (outdoor)
Sony Open Tennis News
Sony Open Tennis 2014 to Take Over Miami from March 17-30
A tournament that continues to be a hit with fans and players alike, the Sony Open will once return to the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, Fla., March 17-30, for nearly two weeks of first-class play from some of the sport's brightest stars. Sony Open Tennis defending men's champion and perennial top-five player Andy Murray has already confirmed that he will return in 2014, and will look to successfully defend his second career title at the tournament. Murray and Novak Djokovic have combined to win the last four Sony Opens, and interestingly enough, the tournament has yet to be won by Rafael Nadal. Meanwhile, Serena Williams, who entered 2014 with the top world ranking, will look to defend her title on the women's side.
As evidenced by last year's winners alone, one of the continued bright spots of Sony Open Tennis is its ability to attract an incredible roster that is typically only guaranteed at Grand Slams. Located in the greater Miami area, the tournament has been in place since 1985 and now pulls in over 300,000 visitors over the course of the event. Dates and rounds to take note of include men's and women's quarterfinals (March 26-27), semifinals (March 28), women's singles final (March 29), and men's singles final (March 30).