The Miami Open, formerly known as the Sony Ericsson Open, is one of the premier events on the men's and women's professional tennis tours. The world's best players come together for this great tournament which takes places at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Miami, FL. Make sure you get Miami Open tickets today at TicketNetwork.com and enjoy the back-and-forth tennis action live!
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As far as sporting events are concerned, the Miami Open has it all. Year in and year out Miami Open Tennis consists of great weather, the world's best players and a trophy that everyone wants. The Miami Open is an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event, meaning it is a very important tournament with a lot of world ranking points on the line. The venue is the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Miami, FL, and as far as the weather; it is usually always sunny and breezy during March in South Beach.
The surface for the Miami Open is hard court, allowing players who hit the ball hard and flat to have an extreme advantage. On the men's side, some of the best server's in the history of the game have fared well here. Andy Roddick, the last great American male tennis player, took home the title twice during his career, and Novak Djokovic, currently the best tennis player on the planet, has won six times. On the women's side Serena Williams has dominated down in Miami as well.
Miami Open Tennis has been played for 31 years now as the inaugural event was held back in 1985. The tournament has grown in popularity every year and attracts a lot of tennis fans to the tournament. The defending champs who will be looking to retain the title are Novak Djokovic and Victoria Azarenka. Novak has won the last three Miami Open tournaments as well as five of the last six. His biggest competition will be Andy Murray who was able to interrupt Djokovic's streak back in 2013. Victoria Azarenka won in impressive fashion in 2016, but she will have to deal with eight-time Miami Open Champion Serena Williams in 2017.
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