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2109 Miami Open Tickets

The Miami Open tennis tournament (formerly the Sony Open and Miami Masters) needs no introduction. It’s is one of the top tennis tournaments in the Americas. 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.

2018 marked the end of an era for the longtime home of the tournament Crandon Park in Key Biscayne. The 2019 move to Hard Rock Stadium promises to offer much a needed facility upgrade. The new newly built tennis center offers hospitality options, premium seating, and luxury areas like the 72 Club that well-heeled Miamians come to expect. The Stadium Court is inside Hard Rock Stadium. This is where you can expect to see tennis greats like Federer, Nadal, Djokovic and Serena battle for the championship. The venue uses both permanent and temporary seating to keep the atmosphere intimate at 13,800 capacity.

Boletos Miami Open Tenis

El torneo de Miami Open tenis (anteriormente conocido como Sony Open y Miami Masters) no necesita introduccion. Es uno de los mejores torneos de tenis en las Américas. El torneo es jugado después del Indian Wells Masters en los primeros días de primavera. Como es evento obligatoria en el ATP 1000 y WTA Premier, atrae a los mejores tenistas clasificados del mundo.

2018 marco el final de una era para el hogar del torneo Crandon Park en Key Biscayne. La mudanza del 2019 al Hard Rock Stadium promote mejorar sus instalaciones. El nuevo centro de tenis ofrece opciones de hospitalidad, asientos de primera clase y áreas de lujo como el Club 72 que los Miamenses de buena reputación esperan. La cancha del estadio se encuentra dentro del estadio Hard Rock, con asientos permanentes y temporales para mantener la atmósfera íntima a una capacidad de 13,800 personas.

Fuera de la cancha del estadio, se espera un terreno muy mejorado con 30 tribunales, incluidos tres nuevos tribunales de competición permanentes. Estadio Tribuna, Cancha 1, y Cancha 2.

Miami Open Men’s Final Tickets

The final day of the Tournament plays host to the Men’s Singles Championship Match. Played in the Hard Rock Stadium.

Miami Open Grounds Passes

Outside the Stadium Court expect a vastly improved grounds with 30 Courts including three new permanent competition courts. Grandstand Stadium, Court 1, and Court 2.

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Insiders Guide to Attending Miami Open

Want to know the best places to eat, stay & party when in Miami for the Miami Open? Our tennis insider shares her top tips for to make the Miami Open a truly memorable experience.

Miami Open Tennis Parking

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Last updated: Feb 15 2019

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 2019 Miami Open schedule?

The 2019 Miami Open schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the tournament. TicketCity has the complete schedule listed above for this year’s tournament, down to the times for both the day and night sessions. The times are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances with the weather in Miami. All times listed are Eastern, and the gates will 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.