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Miami Open

Mar 18 Mar 31, 2019 | Miami, FL

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The Miami Open will begin a new chapter in 2019 as it moves venues to the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. The new tournament location will feature 30 show and practice courts, a tennis oasis with the largest video screen of any tennis event, and a spectacular 14,000 seat fan friendly Centre Court. Championship Tennis Tours will offer individual tickets on Center Court in the 100, 200, and 300 levels. Tickets will be available to book in the coming weeks! More Details and FAQ's. . .
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Stadium View (Approximate View)
General tickets can be anywhere within the Promenade Level on Center Court. This ticket also gives you access to all the outside courts, and the Louis Armstrong and Grandstand show courts.

Stadium View

100 Level

The 100 Level seats offer the opportunity to get as close as possible to the players, as it's the first level right off the court. The west side sections tend to go for a premium as the sun isn't in your face towards the end of the afternoon.

300 Level

The 300 Level is the first level located above the 100 level. There are approximately 6 rows (A-F) in the 300 level. The views of the court are still very good from this level.

400 Level

The 400 level is the highest level of the stadium, the farthest from the court, but on the bright side, are the most affordable tickets. This level still offers decent views of the action as the stadium was designed for tennis viewing and there really are no bad seats in the house.

How many matches are played in the Stadium during a given session?
Traditionally during the Day Session, there are four matches played in the stadium. During the evening, there are typically two matches played in the stadium. This is subject to both weather and schedule changes. Ultimately, the number of matches is determined by the Referee's Office and is subject to change at any time.

Where is the chair umpire located?
Even with the net line on the east side of the court.

I have tickets for the Day Session, but not for the Evening…will I have access to the Evening Sessions matches?
Once the last Day Session match on Stadium Court is complete, guests will be asked to leave the Stadium Court so it can be cleaned for the Evening Session ticket holders. Guests with Day Session tickets will have the opportunity to stay on the grounds to watch matches on the outer courts but will not have access to the Evening Session matches taking place in the Stadium Court. Day Session guests wanting to stay and watch the matches in the Stadium Court during the Evening Session may purchase tickets at our Advance Ticket Center (located at Guest Services) based on availability.

I have Evening Session tickets…what time can I enter the Grounds and when will I have access to the Stadium matches?
Guests with Evening Session tickets have access to the Grounds at 5:00pm, but will not have access to the Stadium until the scheduled Day Session matches are completed. If Day Session matches happen to run late due to lengthy matches or weather delays, Evening Session guests will not have access to the Stadium until the last Day Session match is finished…but are welcome to watch matches taking place on the outer courts.

I want to purchase tickets to watch my favorite player play…when is he or she scheduled?
The Miami Open is a single-elimination tennis tournament. Due to this fact, the draw for each day will not be announced until the night before around 7pm EST and will be posted on the Miami Open website. Other options would include checking local news outlets such as the Miami Herald newspaper. Depending on when you place your order, Stadium Court tickets may or may not be available. If the Stadium Court is sold out, grounds passes will be made available. Please note that a grounds pass does not provide you access to see matches taking place inside the Stadium Court.

How many courts are there?
There are 18 courts with the Laykold Cushion Plus surface in the Crandon Park facility. Ten courts are used for competition (Stadium Court, Grandstand Court, Courts 1-8) while eight courts are available for practice. Crandon Park also has grass and clay courts that are available for use throughout the year. Of the ten match courts, four are lighted and are used throughout the tournament during Evening Sessions.

When do the matches start?
Match play for the Day Sessions will begin at 11:00am on the Stadium Court, excluding Session 19 and 21 (1pm), Session 23 (Noon) and Session 24 (12:30pm). Evening Sessions on Stadium Court will start at 7:30pm Wednesday, March 21 – Tuesday, March 27, excluding Saturday, March 24, which will begin at 8:00pm. Evening matches occurring Wednesday, March 28 – Friday, March 30 will begin at 7:00pm.
The Women's Singles Final (best of 3 sets) will be played Saturday, March 31 at Noon, followed by the Men's Doubles Final. The Men's Singles Final (best of 3 sets) will be played Sunday, April 1 at 12:30pm, followed by the Women's Doubles Final.

What is the seating capacity of the Stadium Court?
With the addition of the chair-back seats in the 400 Level in 2006, our Stadium Court capacity was reduced from 14,500 to 13,800. Compared to the Arthur Ashe Stadium at the U.S. Open, we are about 2/3 the size.

When can I expect to receive my Miami Open tickets?

Tickets are scheduled to begin being distributed from our office in Scottsdale around the beginning of March with tickets for the first week of the tournament being sent out first followed by second week orders. If you still haven't received your tickets within one week of your first day of attendance at the tournament, feel free to contact us. Otherwise, please rest assured that your ticket order is being processed normally. If this doesn't work with your travel plans, we can arrange to have your tickets shipped directly to your hotel in the Miami area.
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