Miami Open 2016 News and Updates
It was announced recently that Miami Open Tennis spectators would be treated to an extra special treat on April 1st—and this is no April Fools’ Joke! Legendary rockers Duran Duran are scheduled to perform following the men’s semifinals on the evening of 4/1, as they take a break from their tour in promotion of recent studio release Paper Gods. The record has placed higher on the charts than any in the band’s catalog in over 20 years, so fans can likely expect to hear a few newer hits as part of their set. Evening tickets for April 1 are on sale now starting at $67, but don’t delay because supplies are limited!
3/12/14 – The Sony Open will feature some of the greatest players in the world including winners of a combined 80 Grand Slam singles titles. Get your first look at 17-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams during the day session on Thursday, March 20 with Session 5 Sony Ericsson Open tickets from $27 as she looks to defend her Sony Open singles title. The remainder of the women’s draw will be announced four days earlier on Sunday, March 16. On the men’s side, you won’t want to miss the number one men’s player in the world this year, Rafael Nadal as he tries to bounce back after a disappointing loss in the third round at Indian Wells. Tickets to see the “most glamorous tournament on the Tours’ schedule” are down 23 percent in the last month and a half and can be found for as little as $103 on the final day. Sixth-seeded Juan Martín del Potro pulled out of the Indian Wells Masters with a left wrist injury but may return in Miami this week.
The Sony Ericsson Open (commonly known as the Miami Masters) vaunts some of the greatest tennis player in the world, and puts them on display in what many consider to be the “Winter Wimbledon.” Tennis fans and players across the world flock to Crandon Park Tennis Center to enjoy the beautiful Florida courts and weather. The Sony Open is one of the most popular events on the WTA and ATP circuit, and is one of nine ATP Masters events.
The Miami Open is one of the most luxurious tennis competitions you can attend—and you don’t have to break the bank to do it! The biggest names in entertainment and sports reportedly attend the tennis grounds each year to escape their winter homes for 12 days in paradise, from March 17- 30. In addition to witnessing the greatest players in the world, Miami’s gorgeous climate, endless shopping options, diverse eateries, and live music is reason enough to go. Last year was exciting to say the least: the Men’s’ tournament saw Andy Murray defeat David Ferrer, winning him his second Sony Open title, while the Women’s’ final culminated in a Serena Williams-Maria Sharapova match, with Williams securing her sixth title. This year already opened with thrilling news: after missing last year’s event on doctor’s counsel, Spanish ace Rafael Nadal will be returning to the Miami Open this year!
Sony Ericcson Open tickets are a reasonable $213 on average. You can pay top-dollar and score a pass to all the sessions for $1643, or buy individual day tickets and save heaps of money; for instance, the cheapest get-in price on March 29 is $48 for a seat in the 400 level, compared with an unbelievable $1 for opening-day seats in the $300 level and $10 up close in the 100 Level. With these options it’s easier than ever to be a part of the best tournament of spring and see the best of the best faceoff with Sony Ericsson Open tickets!