Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

The Miami Open tennis tournament is held in Key Biscayne, Florida.

Besides the Grand Slam tournaments, the Miami Open draws top players from the professional tennis circuit. In the singles competition, 96 men and 96 women compete, while 32 teams compete in the doubles. The tournament was the first in the U.S. to use Hawk-Eye.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

The Sony Open [now Miami Open by Itaú] tennis tournament is truly a family event. The grounds are well-maintained in all aspects. General and ADA parking is available.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

IndoPak Express, Rohan Bopanna and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi. For most of the matches at the Miami Open, you are up close to the court and the players. This makes the tournament more intimate for a tennis fan.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Rafael Nadal and his uncle Toni Nadal at a practice court. Players sign up for practice sessions. Visitors have access to the courts.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Roger Federer serving in this game. There's nothing quite like being in a Stadium Court to watch a tennis match. Total capacity 13,800. Nosebleed section is not bad, in comparison to US Open.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Stadium court at the background. Tennis Center at Crandon Park.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Several display boards are located throughout the facility.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

The park facilities are clean and safe. Staff and volunteers do a great job at providing a good experience to the visitor. Food is pricey but that is expected.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

What's a tennis tournament without rain interruption. Staff and court personnel get courts dried quickly for matches to resume.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

One of those rare opportunities to watch Novak Djokovic play a doubles match [doubles partner Janko Tipsarevic].

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Benches and tables under shade plus a display board; priceless.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Kei Nishikori returns serve. You have easy access to all the courts. The schedules are out early enough for one to plan the day. The tournament uses 10 courts for matches, plus eight practice courts.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Camila Giorgi and Simona Halep under the Miami sun. Protect yourself with sunscreen, caps, and hats. Stay hydrated.

Miami Open Tennis, Key Biscayne, Florida

Gaël Monfils and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga battle it out at the court. Depending on who is playing, seats may be difficult to get. However, people go from one match to another, which is another benefit of having the opportunity to watch a lot of great tennis matches.

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