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2020 Miami Open

The 2020 Miami Open takes place March 24th through April 5th at Hard Rock Stadium near Miami. The opening matches span across the first week of the tournament and then the second week is devoted to the top players chasing an early championship trophy. In 2020, the Women's final will be on Saturday, April 4th and the Men's final the next day, on Sunday, April 5th.

Miami Open Tickets

Demand for Miami Open tickets at TicketCity ranks just behind the US Open Tennis Tournament, as the Miami Open is one of the most popular events we list for sale. Tennis fans travel to Miami from as far away as South America to take in this world-class tournament. The Miami Open is played over two-weeks and includes 24 sessions, each of which has multiple matches. The players competing in each session are not announced into typically 24 hours before because there are set based on previous results in the tournament.

The Miami Open is still known by many tennis fans as the Miami Masters or by its long-time name the Sony Open. It is one of the top tennis tournaments in the world today. It is played on the heels of the Indian Wells Masters in the early spring. As an ATP 1000 and WTA Premier Mandatory event it draws the top men’s and women’s tennis players in the world rankings.

Miami Open Men’s Final Tickets (Session 24)

The final day of the Miami Open (Session 24) is the Men’s Singles Championship Match, which has featured some of the great players in tennis during this era. The single letter sections (A-R) are one of the most popular areas to sit as they are low, close to the court.

Miami Open Women's Final Tickets (Session 23)

The penultimate day of matches at the Miami Open features the Women's singles championship. Tennis fans who attend this Session 23 will likely get to see a couple of the best family tennis players in the World. Session 23 and 24 are the two most popular session's that customers purchase at TicketCity.

Miami Open Grounds Passes

Grounds Passes offer entry to the area outside the Stadium Court, which has been vastly improved with 30 Courts including three new permanent competition courts: Grandstand Stadium, Court 1, and Court 2.

Boletos Miami Open Tenis

El torneo de Miami Open tenis (anteriormente conocido como Miami Masters) no necesita introduccion. Es uno de los mejores torneos de tenis. Como es evento obligatoria en el ATP 1000 y WTA Premier, atrae a los mejores tenistas clasificados del mundo.

Insiders Guide to Attending Miami Open

Want to know the best places to eat, stay & party when in Miami for the Miami Open? Our team shares the Insiders Guide to the Miami Open, to make your visit to this tournament a truly memorable experience.

When is the Miami Open Draw

The draw ceremony will be held on Tuesday, March 24th following the last qualifying match.

Miami Open Seating Options

The Miami Open is one of the premiere tennis tournaments in the country and it is played at one of the most popular venues, Hard Rock Stadium. Located in Miami Gardens, Florida, just outside Miami, Hard Rock Stadium seats 65,000 fans for a football game but just 14,000 for tennis.

The setup at Hard Rock Stadium for the Miami Open uses part of the permanent seats along Sections 144-148, including the famed 72 Club. Then tournament specific bleachers are setup to form seating on the other side of of the court and behind the baselines. Those include Sections 101 through 116, and Sections A through R which are just below in the 100-level.

The Miami Open was first played Hard Rock Stadium in 2019, after moving from long-time host facility, Crandon Park. Hard Rock Stadium offers more hospitality options, premium seating, and luxury areas like the 72 Club. The Stadium Court is inside Hard Rock Stadium. It has both permanent and temporary seating to keep the atmosphere intimate.

300 Level Seating

Seats on the 300 are a popular option for those who want to see tennis' top stars on a budget. The 300 level is highest level of the permanent stadium. The side of the stadium the seats are located on benefits the most from the new shade canopies. The 300 level get the more consistent shade than higher priced options.

200 Level Seating

200 level seats include south club access and offer more intimate view than the 300 level.

100 Level Seating

Sections 101-116 are located on the temporary side of the court. This side of the court is the only place true tennis fans can enjoy a view from behind the baseline. 110 level seats on the permanent side of the stadium offer a corner view, seats on the lower rows here can be a good value.

Lettered Courtside Sections A-R

These are the best seats in the stadium that don't fall in the luxury category, although the views are far superior to many of the luxury seats. The seats are very close to action and offer views from all vantage points.

Luxury Seating Options

The Miami Open presented bu Itau, offers the widest selection of luxury options of any tennis tournament in the world and arguably the most indulgent.

The Nine

The nine is a shared open air suite located on the 200 level. The suite runs baseline to baseline and offers access to the exclusive Nine club area. Premium food and alcoholic beverages are included in the ticket price.

72 Club Seats

If you're not entertaining clients, these worth a splurge to personally enjoy the tournament. Tickets are offered in any quantity. The seats are located between the baselines close to the court. Food and beverage is included in the ticket price as is access to the 72 Club.

72 Club Living Room Boxes

The 4-6 seat boxes include over sized seating offering 11 more inches of legroom and are 8 inches wide. The seats are situated close to the court and offer a side court view just beyond the baseline.

Court Side Boxes

These are as good as it gets for enjoying the matches. You can't get closer to the action than these seats on the first row. These seats are 8 inches wider and offer 11 more inches of legroom. Access to the 72 Club and Courtside Club are also included in addition to food & beverages.

Executive Suites

Executive Suites are located on permanent side of the stadium, just behind the 200 level club seats. Suites vary in size from 14-40 people. Suite holders have access to the Club Level. Catering is not included in the price of the ticket unless clearly specified.

Cabana Suites

These are closest suite to the action. The Cabana Suites are located on the temporary side of the stadium, below the 101-110, but above sections A-L. The suites range in size from 12-24 seats. Catering is not included in the price of the ticket unless clearly specified.

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Miami Open Tennis Event Guide

Where is the Miami Open played?

The Miami Open is played annually at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

What is the draw for the Miami Open tennis tournament?

The ATP and WTA send a full field of participants as over 96 men and 96 women compete in the tournament. They are seeded up to 32 and then matched up in a bracket.

Why is the Miami Open also called the Miami Masters?

The Miami Masters, or Miami Open, has always been the unofficial name for the tournament. Ericsson was the title sponsor for 15 years and was bought by Sony, thus the name change to Miami Open and then Miami Open. A large population from South America attend this tournament, where it is commonly referred to as “open de Miami”.

Where can I find the Miami Open match schedule?

The Miami Open schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the tournament. TicketCity has the complete schedule listed for this year’s tournament, down to the times for both the day and night sessions. The gates open at approximately one hour before the first match for each session.

How can I get cheap Miami Open tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of Miami Open tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Miami Open ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the tournament and players in the later rounds. TicketCity has been a source for Miami Open tickets for 20+ years. The Miami Open is the one of the biggest tournament of the ATP season, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early.

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Miami Open Tennis schedule 2020

Miami Open Tennis has 32 matches on the 2020 schedule, with tickets available for all matches. The last match on the schedule is 4/5/20 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

Miami Open Tennis's next match

The next Miami Open Tennis match is 3/24/20 at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens at 10:00 AM local time. There are 72 tickets available for this match.

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