Miami Open Tennis Tourney Back in Key Biscayne

Miami Open Tennis Tourney Back in Key Biscayne

One of the most fun events on the circuit, and one of the most fun experiences for the fans is the annual tennis tournament that signals the end of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.

 The internationally renowned tennis tournament once known as The Lipton and now named the Miami Open presented by Itaú still has the best players in the world — Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova among them — but has undergone a facelift and added a new venue within the Crandon Park Tennis Center: the Miami Open Experience.

 Leave your heels at home and pack a pair of sandals with your sunscreen, because the South Florida event to see and at which to be seen now through April 5 has brought the beach to tennis fans — along with more entertainment, more style and more good eats.

 Read Susan Miller Degnan’s Miami Herald article here:

http://hrld.us/1Cm9D08

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