The hottest tennis in Miami now has a cool new name. The Sony Ericsson Open (formerly known as the Nasdaq-100 Open). The name has changed, but the great tennis you expect to see at Crandon...
It had the feel of a heavyweight fight. Rafa vs. Roger. Friday night, under the lights at the Sony Ericsson Open. A sellout crowd of 14,638, buzzing, ready to watch Rafael Nadal and Roger...
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Ticket packages for the 2012 Sony Ericsson Open are now on sale. This is your chance to secure your tickets early and be a part of what has become the most glamorous event on the WTA and ATP World Tours. The 28th edition of the Sony Ericsson Open is scheduled for March 19-April 1 and will once again feature the top players in the world competing at the Crandon Park Tennis Center...Read More
The dream of an international tennis tournament in Miami began three decades ago, when top tennis players such as Jack Kramer, Frank Sedgman, Pancho Gonzalez, Pancho Segura and Butch Buchholz toured the country in a station wagon, playing tennis in darkened arenas and fairgrounds. It was before the days of Open tennis, and they traveled with a portable canvas court and plenty of...Read More