The Miami Open is one of the premier annual tennis events, featuring the absolute best players from around the world.
After its very first match in 1985 in Delray Beach, this extraordinary tennis tournament found its home in Miami-Dade in 1988. It continued to gain popularity among players and fans alike and has been making waves in the tennis community ever since. Throughout the years the tournament has passed through several owners, and names, including Sony Ericsson who dubbed it the Sony Ericsson Open from 2007-2014. In 2015 the tournament was taken over by the international bank Italu who officially renamed it the Miami Open presented by Italu. In 2010, the tournament brought in a record 300,000 visitors, and the crowd continues to grow every year since.
Previously held at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, the event has moved as of 2019, and will now beheld at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, bringing an unparalleled fan experience featuring 30 courts, a tennis campus with the largest video screen of any tennis event, and the Stadium Court within Hard Rock Stadium. The new location will offer exclusive seating and viewing experience in collaboration with the 72 Club, office private booths and lounges. These lounges offer premium food and drinks and personal screens where you can re-watch plays whenever you like throughout the game.