Miami Open

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Miami Open

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MIAMI OPEN is happening March 22 - April 4, 2021. 

There’s no question that one of the hottest tickets in town right now is the prestigious Miami Open tennis tournament presented by Itaú.

Fans at the Hard Rock Stadium courts will love watching two weeks of matches featuring some of the world’s best tennis players. This year’s draw includes reigning Miami Open champion Ashleigh Barty, Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka and the number two men’s player in the world, Daniil Medvedev.

Play begins March 22 and ends April 4. A limited number of tournament packages are being sold online at miamiopen.com. Those unable to get a ticket to sit in the stands can still see Miami shine as the Open is shown live on the Tennis Channel.

Miami Open Ticket Packages

Attendance has been reduced this year, and there is no general admission. Seats will be assigned to maintain social distancing. A range of ticket packages are available and include luxury and general grandstand options. Buy single-session tickets or arrange to attend all 24 sessions. You can decide which court you want to watch matches at - or even reserve a cabana to sit in the shade and watch the video board. For more information, call (305) 943-6736.

The Miami Open: More Than Tennis

Tennis matches take center court, of course, but the Miami Open features other diversions in a spectator oasis.

Fans won’t go hungry. Food trucks and beverage vendors will offer a range of international flavors. 

While here for the tournament, take a break to gaze at beautiful murals selected through Goldman Global Arts from Wynwood Walls, and listen as local musicians and DJs play music for fans.

Getting to the Miami Open

Visitors can fly into Miami International Airport, which is about 17 miles from Hard Rock Stadium, the host for the Miami Open. Rent a car at the airport, take a ride share, hop on the 297 bus from MIA or take an airport shuttle. Hard Rock Stadium is easily accessible from Florida's Turnpike.

Fans can simply park at the stadium and take a short walk to the tennis complex.

Be sure to book a stay at one of Greater Miami’s welcoming and luxurious hotels.

Enjoy Other Experiences in Greater Miami on Your Visit

Players and fans are close enough to enjoy Downtown Miami hotels, restaurants, diverse culture and nightlife as well vibrant neighborhoods such as Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, South Beach, Wynwood and the Miami Design District.

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