Miami Open

Miami Open Live Streaming
Event: Miami Open
Sport: Tennis
Venue: Tennis Center at Crandon Park
Location: Key Biscayne, Florida, United States of America
Live Streaming Availability: All Matches
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Miami Masters

The Miami Open, also known as the Miami Masters, is a professional tennis tournament that takes place on both the men’s ATP Tour and the women’s WTA Tour.

The tournament is ranked as an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 level event on the men’s side and a Premier Mandatory event on the WTA Tour which makes the tournament sit just 1 level behind the 4 Grand Slams on both tours.

With a huge prize fund for both men and women and with huge ranking points on both sides of the draw, the tournament has almost a Grand Slam feel about it as all of the biggest names in the sport are there.

That leads to some of the best and most exciting tennis of the whole season but unfortunately it is difficult to watch the action live on TV. The good news is that you can watch all of the action from the Miami Open online via our Miami Masters live streaming partners.

Both the ATP Miami and WTA Miami events are amongst the biggest on the tour but there has been some criticism of the courts in Miami as they are thought of as amongst the slowest on both tours. In the heat and humidity of Miami, that makes thing hard work for the players but does lead to plenty of long rallies and some exciting tennis.

The tournament takes place in February, just after the Indian Wells Masters so all of the players are well settled and ready to give their best tennis. With such a long gap between the Australian Open and the French Open, this back to back Masters period is a huge indicator of which players are in form, who are struggling and just who is going to be the next breakthrough star of either tour.

Match at the Miami Open are played on outdoor hard courts at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, Florida in the United States of America.

The tournament was established in 1985, by Butch Buchholz with the aim of making it the first major of the year as back then the Australian Open was held in December. Originally the tournament was held at Laver’s International Tennis Resort at Delray Beach in Florida. With an incredible prize fund of 1.8m Dollars (only the US Open and Wimbledon offered a bigger prize fund at the time), the tournament got off to a great start with all of the stars of the time appearing. The initial success saw the tournament move to Boca West before relocating to its current home of Key Biscayne.

Apart from the 4 Majors, the Masters Series events are the only tournaments to feature all of the top ranked players on both the men’s and women’s tours which makes it an unmissable tournament but without an expensive subscription to a pay TV channel it can be difficult if not impossible to watch the action on TV.

The tournament also features 96 players on both sides of the draws, just like the 4 Grand Slam Majors which makes the tournament stand out that bit more on the calendar and of course it makes it that bit harder to win.

Thankfully it is possible to all of the action from both the ATP Miami and WTA Miami Masters events live online via our Miami Open live streaming partners.

In 2006 the Miami Open became the first tennis tournament to use the Hawk-Eye system in the United States of America with the first players to use a challenge been Jamea Jackson in a match against Ashley Harkleroad- now there’s a piece of trivia for you to show off down the pub or at work!

The quality of the action at the Miami Open can be seen by the previous winners of the event. On the men’s side the likes of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras and Ivan Lendl have all one the tournament on 1 or more occasions. The biggest indicator of the quality is probably the fact that Rafael Nadal has made the final of the Miami Masters on 4 occasions and has yet to win it. He lost to Federer, Djokovic (twice) and surprisingly against Nikolay Daydenko.

Previous winners on the women’s side of the draw has included Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Kim Clijsters, Martina Hingis, Steffi Graf and Monica Seles with Britain’s own Johanna Konta winning in 2017.

Watch all of the action from both the men’s ATP Miami and the women’s WTA Miami tournaments at the Miami Open Masters event live online. There is great action from all of the courts at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park and whilst TV coverage may focus just on the main stadium courts at the Miami Masters, you can pick and choose the match you want to watch with all of our live streaming partners bringing you all of the action live from the event.

No matter if you favourite player is playing in the match of the day on the main court or is playing out on the outer courts, you can watch the action live online, and with only a deposit needed.

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