Beginning his 23rd year with Miami Open presented by Itaú and his 13th at the helm of Miami Open as Executive VP, Adam Barrett’s leadership has helped transform the organization and redefine its corporate identity into a customer service and sales driven company that holds an elite spot in the entertainment world.
Under Barrett’s direction, Miami Open has been recognized as a leader in fan entertainment, customer service, sales and marketing globally. Exceeding guest expectations and creating an exciting experience is the cornerstone of the company values which have been instilled through Barrett’s tenure.
Barrett’s primary responsibility consists of directing and overseeing all aspects of the organization from Finance, Merchandising, Human Resources, Community Affairs, Travel, Marketing, Sales and Player Services. His efforts have created an atmosphere for both the employees and customers that is loyal, professional and personal
Barrett also shows his commitment to South Florida as he continually works successfully with Miami-Dade County public officials to keep Miami Open in Miami and a leader in the sport of tennis. The result of his diligence is an innovative public-private partnership at the International Tennis Center of Crandon Park which fans enjoy year round and the home of Miami Open.
Most recently, Barrett established a social media platform to capitalize on the popularity of this medium that motivates and activates fans directly. Facebook, Twitter, 4 Square and the first Mobile Application for the tournament have increased the fan base tenfold and customer loyalty has been catapulted to its highest level since the inception of the event in 1985.
Barrett steadily climbed the ranks after first joining Miami Open in 1991 as Finance Director and duly named Tournament director and Executive Vice President in 2002. He is actively involved in the both men’s and women’s tour boards and a member of many organizations that promote the sport of tennis globally.
Barrett is a graduate of University of Florida. He lives in Weston with his wife, Rachel and their children Matthew, Zoe and Chase. They generously spend their time and resources to assist the community, donating time to several charitable organizations.
“Adam Barrett continually works with Miami-Dade County officials to keep the Miami Open in Miami and a leader in the sport of tennis.”
Monday, March 23-Sunday, April 5, 2015
Qualifying Rounds: Monday & Tuesday, March 23-24, 2015
Women’s Main Draw opens: Tuesday, March 24
Men’s Main Draw opens: Wednesday, March 25
Tennis Center at Crandon Park
7300 Crandon Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33149
Tournament Main Office: 305.446.2200
Tickets: 305.442.3367; [email protected]
Travel: 800.725.5472; [email protected]
Sponsorships & Sales: [email protected]
Media Inquiries: [email protected]
Tournament Fax: 305.446.9080
Media Contact: Sam Henderson
Tournament Director: Adam Barrett
The tournament was broadcast to 193 territories around the world and received an estimated 14,000 hours of global television coverage. Domestically the tournament received a record 106.5 hours of television coverage on Tennis Channel and the ESPN family of networks.
306,842 over 24 sessions/14 days in 2014.
With over $10 million in prize money, the Miami Open presented by Itaú is one of the largest tournaments in the world. When Butch Buchholz established the event in 1985, it marked the first time in 56 years that a new two-week tournament featuring men and women was launched. Located in Delray Beach (Laver’s International Tennis Center) in 1985 and Boca Raton (Boca West) in 1986, the tournament found a permanent home in 1987 on Miami’s Key Biscayne. In 1994, Miami-Dade County christened the Tennis Center at Crandon Park, a 30-acre expanse that is transformed each year from a public tennis facility into a full-fledged festival for the Miami Open. The Miami Open, considered one of the most prestigious titles in professional tennis, has been awarded “Tournament of the Year” by the ATP in nine of the last 13 years. In 2004, the event was also named “Tournament of the Year” by the WTA. In 1999, the tournament was purchased by IMG. The 2014 tournament surpassed 300,000 in total attendance for the fifth consecutive year, all the while displaying to the world why the event is regarded as the most glamorous on the WTA and ATP World Tours.
Nov. 1990: Miami-Dade County approves plans for a new stadium.
Summer 1992: The site is rechristened The Tennis Center at Crandon Park.
Nov. 1992: After legal delays and Hurricane Andrew halt construction, plans progress.
Feb. 1994: Miami-Dade Country dedicats the new 14,000-seat stadium
Mar. 1994: The first match is played on Stadium Court
Aug.-Oct. 2005: Crandon Park weathers a pair of powerful storms: Hurricanes Katrina & Wilma.
Mar. 2006: A new chairback seating system debuts in the 400-level.
2010: The tournament recorded 11 session sellouts, set 8 session records and surpassed 300,000 in attendance for the first time in tournament history.
Present: Following the 2014 event, the tournament underwent a sponsor change. Itaú, the largest privately owned bank in Latin America, became the presenting sponsor of the event and the tournament, formerly the Sony Open, changed its name to the Miami Open presented by Itaú.
|Year||Men’s Singles||Women’s Singles|
|2014||Novak Djokovic||Serena Williams|
|2013||Andy Murray||Serena Williams|
|2012||Novak Djokovic||Agnieszka Radwanska|
|2011||Novak Djokovic||Victoria Azarenka|
|2010||Andy Roddick||Kim Clijsters|
|2009||Andy Murray||Victoria Azarenka|
|2008||Nikolay Davydenko||Serena Williams|
|2007||Novak Djokovic||Serena Williams|
|2006||Roger Federer||Svetlana Kuznetsova|
|2005||Roger Federer||Kim Clijsters|
|2004||Andy Roddick||Serena Williams|
|2003||Andre Agassi||Serena Williams|
|2002||Andre Agassi||Serena Williams|
|2001||Andre Agassi||Venus Williams|
|2000||Pete Sampras||Martina Hingis|
|1999||Richard Krajicek||Venus Williams|
|1998||Marcelo Rios||Venus Williamsv|
|1997||Thomas Muster||Martina Hingis|
|1996||Andre Agassi||Steffi Graf|
|1995||Andre Agassi||Steffi Graf|
|1994||Pete Sampras||Steffi Graf|
|1993||Pete Sampras||Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario|
|1992||Michael Chang||Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario|
|1991||Jim Courier||Monica Seles|
|1990||Andre Agassi||Monica Seles|
|1989||Ivan Lendl||Gabriela Sabatini|
|1988||Mats Wilander||Steffi Graf|
|1987||Miloslav Mecir||Steffi Graf|
|1986||Ivan Lendl||Chris Evert|
|1985||Tim Mayotte||Martina Navratilova|
|Men’s Doubles||Women’s Doubles|
|Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan||Martina Hingis/Sabine Lisicki|
|Aisam-Ul-Haq Oureshi/Jean-Julien Rojer||Nadia Petrova/Katarina Srebotnik|
|Leander Paes/Radek Stepanek||Maria Kirilenko/Nadia Petrova|
|Mahesh Bhupathi/Leander Paes||Daniela Hantuchova/Agnieszka Radwanska|
|Lukas Dlouhy/Leander Paes||Gisela Dulke/Flavia Pennetta|
|Max Mirnyi/Andy Ram||Svetlana Kuznetsova/Amelie Mauresmo|
|Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan||Katarina Srebotnik/Ai Sugiyama|
|Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan||Lisa Raymond/Samantha Stosur|
|Jonas Bjorkman/Max Mirnyi||Lisa Raymond/Samantha Stosur|
|Jonas Bjorkman/Max Mirnyi||Svetlana Kuznetsova/Alicia Molik|
|Wayne Black/Kevin Ullyett||Nadia Petrova/Meghann Shaughnessy|
|Roger Federer/Max Mirnyi||Magdeleena Maleeva/Liesel Huber|
|Mark Knowles/Daniel Nestor||Rennae Stubbs/Lisa Raymond|
|Jiri Novak/David Rikl||Arantxa Sanchez Vicario/Nathalie Tauziat|
|Todd Woodbridge/Mark Woodforde||Julie Halard-Decugis/Ai Sugiyama|
|Wayne Black/Sandon Stolle||Martina Hingis/Jana Novotna|
|Ellis Ferriera/Rick Leach||M. Hingis/J. Novotna|
|T. Woodbridge/M. Woodforde||A. Sanchez Vicario/Natalia Zvereva|
|T. Woodbridge/M. Woodforde||A. Sanchez Vicario/J. Novotna|
|T. Woodbridge/M. Woodforde||A. Sanchez Vicario/J. Novotna|
|Jacco Eltingh/Paul Haarhuis||Gigi Fernandez/Natalia Zvereva|
|Richard Krajicek/Jan Siemerink||Larisa (Savchenko) Neiland/J. Novotna|
|Ken Flach/Todd Witsken||A. Sanchez Vicario/L. Savchenko|
|Wayne Ferreira/Piet Norval||Mary Joe Fernandez/Zina Garrison|
|R. Leach/Jim Pugh||Helena Sukova/J. Novotna|
|Jacob Hlasek/Anders Jarryd||H. Sukova/J. Novotna|
|John Fitzgerald/A. Jarryd||Steffi Graf/Gabriela Sabatini|
|Paul Annacone/Christo Van Rensburg||M. Navratilova/P. Shriver|
|Brad Gilbert/Vincent Van Patten||Pam Shriver/H. Sukova|
|P. Annacone/C. Van Rensburg||G. Fernandez/M. Navratilova|
2015 Tournament Schedule
(*Schedule subject to change without notice)
|Gates Open||Start Time|
|Women’s/Men’s Singles Qualifying *|
|01: Day||Monday, March 23||8:00 am||N/A||9:00 am||10:00 am|
|Women & Men’s Singles, Qualifying / Women’s Singles, 1st Round *|
|02: Day||Tuesday, March 24||8:00 am||N/A||9:00 am||10:00 am|
|Women’s & Men’s Singles 1st Round / Doubles *|
|03: Day||Wednesday, March 25||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|04: Night||Wednesday, March 25||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7.30 pm|
|Women’s Singles, 2nd Round / Men’s Singles 1st Round / Doubles *|
|05: Day||Thursday, March 26||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|06: Night||Thursday, March 26||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7:30 pm|
|Women’s Singles 2nd Round / Men’s Singles 2nd Round / Doubles *|
|07: Day||Friday, March 27||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|08: Night||Friday, March 27||5:30 pm||5:00 pm||5:30 pm||8:00 pm|
|Women’s Singles 3rd Round / Men’s Singles 2nd Round / Doubles *|
|09: Day||Saturday, March 28||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|10: Night||Saturday, March 28||5:30 pm||5:00 pm||5:30 pm||8:00 pm|
|Women’s Singles 3rd Round / Men’s Singles 3rd Round / Doubles *|
|11: Day||Sunday, March 29||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|12: Night||Sunday, March 29||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7:30 pm|
|Women’s Singles 4th Round / Men’s Singles 3rd Round / Doubles *|
|13: Day||Monday, March 30||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|14: Night||Monday, March 30||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7:30 pm|
|Men’s Singles 4th Round / Women’s Singles Quarterfinals / Doubles *|
|15: Day||Tuesday, March 31||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|16: Night||Tuesday, March 31||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7:30 pm|
|Men’s & Women’s Singles & Doubles Quarterfinals *|
|17: Day||Wednesday, April 1||8:00 am||9:30 am||10:00 am||11:00 am|
|18: Night||Wednesday, April 1||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7:00 pm|
|Women’s Semifinals / Men’s Singles Quarterfinals / Men’s Doubles Semifinals *|
|19: Day||Thursday, April 2||9:00 am||9:30 am||11:00 am||1:00 pm|
|20: Night||Thursday, April 2||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7:00 pm|
|Men’s Singles Semifinals / Women’s Doubles Semifinals *|
|21: Day||Friday, April 3||9:00 am||9:30 am||11:00 am||1:00 pm|
|22: Night||Friday, April 3||5:00 pm||4:30 pm||5:00 pm||7:00 pm|
|Women’s Singles Final / Men’s Doubles Final*|
|23: Day||Saturday, April 4||8:00 am||9:45 am||10:00 am||12:30 pm|
|Men’s Singles Final / Women’s Doubles Final *|
|24: Day||Sunday, April 5||8:00 am||9:45 am||10:00 am||12:30 pm|
|Wednesday, March 25 to Tuesday, March 31||World Feed-Tennis Channel||11:00am – 11:00pm|
|Wednesday, April 1||ESPN 2||1:00 pm – 5:00 pm|
7:00pm – 11:00pm
|Thursday, April 2||ESPN 2||1:00 pm – 5:00 pm|
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
|Friday, April 3||ESPN 2||1:00 pm – 3:00 pm|
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
|Saturday, April 4||ESPN 2||1:00 pm – 3:30 pm|
MasterCard Priceless Experiences
This is a courtside experience traditionally reserved for celebrities and VIPs and is now available as a Priceless Experience. The experience includes Valet parking pass on the tournament grounds, lunch or dinner in the exclusive Collectors Club presented by FENDI Château Residences, a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium and two 100 level box seats for the session.
Certain restrictions may apply. Quantities and time are limited.
• 1 Valet parking pass on the tournament grounds
• VIP Entrance and Tournament Credential with escorted access
• Behind the scenes tour of the Stadium
• Lunch or dinner in exclusive Collectors Club presented by FENDI Château Residences – Includes 2 access passes and $100.00 of Collectors Club Currency.
• Escorted access for 2 people to the Courtside Starbox for 1 match during the session–Sit courtside (near the photographers’ photo pit) for a single match.
• 2 100 level Box Seat for the remainder of the session.
MasterCard Pricing: $2700 for 2 people
General Pricing: $2970 for 2 people
Player Coin Toss
Be the one down on Stadium Court to toss the coin and determine which player will serve first! Also, take a behind-the-scenes stadium tour and experience what it feels like to be with the pros. The experience includes a valet parking pass on the tournament grounds, lunch or dinner in the exclusive Collectors Club presented by FENDI Château Residences and 2 100 level box seats for the session. Certain restrictions may apply. Quantities and time are limited.
• 1 valet parking pass on the tournament grounds.
• VIP Entrance and Tournament Credential with escorted access
• 2 100 level Box Seats for the session.
• Behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium.
• Escorted access to center court where 1 guest will perform the coin toss on Stadium Court to determine which player will serve first during 1 match.
• Lunch or dinner in exclusive Collectors Club presented by FENDI Château Residences – Includes 2 access passes and $100.00 of Collectors Club Currency.
MasterCard Pricing: $2500 for 2 people
General Pricing: $2750 for 2 people
Behind The Scenes Tour
Take a stadium tour behind the scenes and experience what it feels to be with the pros. The experience includes four to five parking passes in Lots 3 & 4, lunch or dinner at the Champions Club, eight to ten Box seats for a session and a 30 minute in depth look behind the scenes at Miami Open presented by Itaú. Certain restrictions may apply. Quantities and time are limited.
• 8 or 10 guests per tour
• 4 or 5 parking passes in Lot 3
• Guest Escort credentials for the session
• Lunch or dinner in the Champions Club for 8 or 10 people
• 8 to 10 Box seats for a session
• 30-minute in depth look behind the Scenes at the Miami Open presented by Itaú
MasterCard Pricing: $4500 for 8 people; $5000 for 10 people
General Pricing: $4950 for 8 people; $5500 for ten 10 people
Experience what the pros go through in a real clinic session and chat with ESPN2 tennis commentator Cliff Drysdale and his team! The experience includes twelve box seats for the session, 6 parking passes in Lots 3 or 4 and lunch or dinner at the Collectors Club presented by FENDI Château Residences! Certain restrictions may apply. Quantities and time are limited.
• 12 guests for a 90-minute clinic on tournament grounds
• Instruction by local tennis pros – ESPN2 tennis commentator Cliff Drysdale and his team
• 12 box seats for the session
• 6 parking passes in Lots 3 or 4
• Access to Crandon clubhouse locker room facilities
• Lunch or dinner in the exclusive Collectors Club presented by FENDI Château Residences – Includes 12 access passes and $500.00 of Collectors Club Currency
*Alternative exclusive options: Upgrade a pro to a Tennis Celebrity — examples include Monica Seles, Lindsay Davenport or Nick Bollettieri, to name a few. Inquire directly for pricing and availability.
MasterCard Pricing: $9000 for 12 people
General Pricing: $9900 for 12 people
Pay with your MasterCard and save! For more information and to order, call 305.461.6580 or email [email protected].
The dining options have never been more tempting — whether you’re looking for a light bite or a family meal, a refreshing beverage or champagne toast.
The Miami Open Plaza
Moët & Chandon Champagne & Sushi Lounge: Bubbly with a side of fresh crafted sushi rolls by Sushi Maki! Created exclusively for Miami Open guests, enjoy an Imperial Roll- shrimp tempura with spicy tuna, avocado & wasabi greens.
Puntino Pizzeria: A local Key Biscayne restaurant bringing authentic Napolitano pizzas, meatball hero sandwiches and penne with classic pomodoro sauce to Miami. Buon appetito!
Pincho Factory: The newest addition to the Miami Open Plaza features burgers, grilled chicken, and kabobs. What’s in the secret sauce? The famous Pincho Burger of Coral Gables is piled high with cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, and potato sticks.
Michelob ULTRA Beer Garden: Cheers! Cracking open a cold beer in the Michelob ULTRA Beer Garden will get you ready for heated competition on the courts.
The Market Place: Make your salad your own with an array of toppings that include red onion, Teena’s Pride tomatoes, charred chicken, and mozzarella cheese. Local ingredients arrive daily for your meal.
Tacos & Tequila: Grilled flour tortillas piled high with carne asada, chorizo, guacasalsa, asadero cheese & onions, served with a side of tortilla chips with fresh guacamole and chipotle salsa or salsa verde—a meal at Tacos & Tequila has intense flavors.
Novecento: Don’t miss authentic Argentinean cuisine at Novecento, a well-known local and international favorite for empanadas and ceviche.
One Fish Two Fish: Fresh seafood for all tastes. Start with a Caesar salad or fresh roll and add fried local grouper, shrimp & seafood, grilled mahi mahi, crab cakes, or grilled chicken.
Latin Café: Escape to the Latin Cafe for a flavorful meal while sitting under the tent or on the sun drenched patio. Try classic Cuban dishes such as Pork Tamales, Plantain Chips with Garlic Mojo, and Ham Croquettes.
Grey Goose Lounge: Relax with The Serve- Grey Goose vodka, strawberries, mint, lemon and soda. Don’t miss this specialty cocktail and more served on ice at the Grey Goose Lounge.
Crepe Express: Sweet and savory offerings any time of the day or night. Enjoy a variety of Crepes from the Mexican Crepe with Grilled Chicken, Pico de Gallo, Avocado and Sour Cream to Churrasco Skirt Steak and Mozzarella Cheese. Save room for a Strawberry and Nutella Crepe!
Starbucks: Enjoy your favorite Starbucks coffee drink, smoothie, sandwich or salad, in a relaxed cafe environment.
Ben & Jerry’s Sweet Shop: What other ice cream satisfies like Ben & Jerry’s? Whether in a waffle cone, smoothie or shake, it’s perfect anytime. Be sure to check out “sweet” additions such as key lime cupcakes, flan cake, jelly beans and gummy bears!
Bacardi Bars: Beat the heat with a Mango Mojito at our Bacardi Bars. Our bartenders are pouring all day (and night) long.
Food Carts: Roasted Nuts, Hot Pretzels, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade, Popcorn, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Bars, Sausages, Arepas and Tequenos.
Stadium Snack Bars: Don’t miss any of the action. Visit the Stadium Snack Bars for a quick bite- hot dogs, wraps, ice cream, chips, cookies, fruit, and soft beverages.
At the Collectors Club Restaurant, presented by FENDI Château Residences, guests are treated to a fine dining experience with tableside service and a comfortable lounge. The bounty of several Southern Florida farms and producers is incorporated into the menus, which include a range of small plates, sushi, sandwiches, entrees, sides, and desserts. The lounge menu is offered until late.
An ideal spot for a meal between and after matches. The station options include fresh and local ingredients. Explore the pasta station, farm stand salads, the grill, sandwiches, wok creations, soups, and dessert. Relax at the bar while watching all the action on plasma screens.
Socialize over chilled drinks and complimentary popcorn, honey roasted nuts and herbed kettle chips. For a heartier bite, enjoy a selection of snacks, salads, wraps, sushi, and fruit.
Treat yourself to a unique experience in a Miami Open suite. Your guests will enjoy the best of the tournament, delicious food, beverages, and attentive service in an air-conditioned suite with a spacious covered patio and private covered seating area.
Parking at Crandon Park
Please make note of the following policies as you make plans to attend the Miami Open:
• Parking lots close two hours after the completion of the last match. No overnight parking is allowed.
• Taxi service: Located at the entrance to Lot 3, which is located directly across from the Main Gate entrance to the site.
• Bicycle racks: Located in Lot 4, which is across from the Main Gate entrance to the site and are complimentary.
• Will Call or guest pick-up/drop-off: Lot 6 – located just prior to the Main Gate entrance to the site.
• Brickell Metro-Rail Service: Please utilize the bus stand, located at the Main Gate entrance for Metro-Rail services.
Located directly across the street from the Miami Seaquarium. Look for signs along Crandon Boulevard to direct you to the General Parking area. Once you arrive, you will then board shuttles that will transport you across the street from the Main Gate entrance. Please allow at least an additional 30 minutes to your travel time for your arrival on-site. Shuttles will run continuously throughout the day and up to an hour after the last evening session match has been completed. The parking lots close two hours after the completion of the last match. No overnight parking is allowed. Cannot be purchased in advance.
Cost: $12 per vehicle
Located in Crandon Lot 2. Look for signs along Crandon Boulevard to direct you to the ADA Parking area. ADA shuttle service will be available to transport guests across the street to the South Gate entrance near Gate H. Please note a valid handicap pass along with driver’s license must be presented to the parking attendant upon entering Crandon Lot 2. The parking lots close two hours after the completion of the last match and no overnight parking is allowed.
Cost: Complimentary with appropriate documentation
Located in Crandon Lot 3. Look for signs along Crandon Boulevard to direct you your assigned parking area. Twenty-four individual parking passes (one per each session) will be provided to you. Boxholders have the opportunity to purchase one Crandon Lot 3 pass for every two boxseats purchased. To purchase, please contact the Miami Open Ticket Office at 305.442.3367.
Cost: $240 per booklet
Championship Series Package Parking
Located in Crandon Lot 2. Look for signs along Crandon Boulevard to direct you your assigned parking area. Twenty-four individual parking passes (one per each session) will be provided to you. Championship Series Package holders have the opportunity to purchase one Crandon Lot 2 pass for every two Series Packages purchased. To purchase, please contact the Miami Open Ticket Office at 305.442.3367.
Cost: $180 per booklet
400 Level Package Parking
Guests who purchase a Final Four or After Hours package are provided the opportunity to purchase parking passes for the four sessions included in their package in Crandon Lot 2. Note: This package parking option is not offered to Opening Weekend Classic or Flex ticket holders due to parking space limitations on Friday-Sunday, March 21-23. To purchase, please contact the Miami Open Tennis Ticket Office at 305.442.3367.
Cost: $60.00 per booklet
Should follow Tournament signage to Crandon Lot 3. This is the location where guests will depart/load from their bus during their visit to Miami Open Tennis. Guests are within walking distance of the Main Gate entrance. Buses will be instructed to leave the Crandon Lot 3 parking area and park at Marine Stadium, which is approximately 2 miles back toward the direction of downtown Miami where they will park until the scheduled departure time of their group. Crandon Park is unable to accommodate catered and box lunch events at the Lot 2 bus terminal.
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 7 pm EST and will be posted online at www.MiamiOpen.com. 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 access to watch matches taking place inside Stadium Court.
Do you offer seats in the shade or out of the sun? Because we are an outdoor event and have no roof on our Stadium Court, the sun will be a factor. The best option we can offer if sun is a factor is to provide you seats with the sun behind your back. These seats are located on the South Baseline (Gates F-G), Southwest Angle (Gates G-H), West Sideline (Gates H-A) and Northwest Angle (Gates A-B). Please note that seats purchased in these areas can be much higher up in terms of availability compared to other areas in the Stadium Court.
I would like to order tickets for today’s matches…how can I do that? We do not accept phone orders for same day sales…Tickets may be purchased online until 8:00am for Day Sessions and until 4:00pm for Evening Sessions. Otherwise tickets can be purchased in person at the Front Gate Box Office the day of.
I have tickets waiting for me at Will Call…where should I park to pick up the tickets? You should park in your assigned parking area first and then proceed to Will Call (located at the Main Gate entrance). If your order includes a parking pass, you may park your car in the 15-minute parking area at Lot 6 (North Gate entrance) and proceed to Will Call to pick up your tickets/parking pass. You will then need to park your vehicle in the assigned parking lot (typically Crandon Park Lot 2 or 3). Vehicles left in the 15-minute parking area longer than the allotted time will be towed at the owner’s expense. The General Parking area is located directly across the street from the Miami Seaquarium and is $12.00 per vehicle. Once parked, you will then board a shuttle and be taken to the site.
I would like to come to the site and purchase advance tickets during the tournament…where can I do this? All you have to do is proceed across the Rickenbacker Causeway and follow signs to Lot 6 (North Gate entrance), which is located before the Front Gate entrance. Once you find it, turn right into the complex and you will be directed by an attendant to the 15-minute on-site parking zone. Once you are parked, you will then proceed to the Front Gate Box Office where you can make your purchase.
For more FAQs, visit MiamiOpen.com
Kids Day presented by Lexus at the Miami Open will be held on Tuesday, Mar. 24 and includes a variety of activities both on and off the court. Tickets also grant access to all the action of the Day Session matches. Kids of all ages and skills sets are welcome, so bring along the entire family, friends and neighborhood kids! Kids Day kicks off at 9:30 a.m. with interactive tennis games. Put your speed to the test at the IMG Academy agility obstacle course and hone your skills on the USTA interactive court. Try out the Speed Serve and see how fast you can whip the ball! With lots of games and prizes, it’s best played with friends. From 10 a.m.-11 a.m. at the Grand Stand, kids can enjoy tennis demonstrations on the court. Select players will be on hand to answer questions and coach Nick Bolliterri will serve as MC. Here is your chance to learn from professional coaches, see players up close and watch them impress.
After trying your hand at tennis and learning from the best, why not catch some of the action? The day includes women’s qualifying and first round, plus the men’s qualifying matches.
Full Schedule: TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2015
• Activities: 9:30 a.m.-1p.m.
• USTA interactive court with drills and games
• IMG Academy agility obstacle course
• Speed Serve
• Games, prizes, and more!
• Grandstand Program: 10 a.m.-11a.m.
• Don’t miss your chance to learn from the pros
• Q&As with ATP and WTA players along with legendary
coach Nick Bolliterri
• Tennis demonstrations and activities on court
• Day Session Matches: 10am- early evening
• Women’s qualifying and first round and Men’s qualifying matches
$10 for kids
$15 for adults
Discounted prices available for groups of 20 or more. Call 305.442.3367 for more information.
Keep your eye on the ball and while you’re on site, make sure to visit the Official Miami Open Shops:
The largest retail store on the site. Nike, Adidas, Fila, Eleven, Under Armour, Chrissie Evert, Tail, Game Day Girl, Bluefish, Sugarpova candy and apparel all under one roof.
Miami Open Souvenir Store
All the official merchandise for the Miami Open event. Players towels, jumbo autograph balls, official caps, t-shirts, collectible pins and much much more.
Official clothing sponsor of the Miami Open. Replica of on-court items available.