Miami Open (tennis)

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The Miami Open (also known as the Miami Masters, and currently branded as the Miami Open presented by Itaú for sponsorship reasons) is a tennis tournament held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.wikipedia
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Hard Rock Stadium

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The Miami Open (also known as the Miami Masters, and currently branded as the Miami Open presented by Itaú for sponsorship reasons) is a tennis tournament held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
From 2019, the stadium is home to the Miami Open tennis tournament, played in March.

WTA Premier tournaments

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It is part of the men's ATP Tour Masters 1000 circuit, and is a Premier Mandatory event on the women's WTA Tour.

Indian Wells Masters

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Behind the Indian Wells Masters, it is the second event of the "Sunshine Double"—a series of two consecutive hard court tournaments in the United States at the beginning of the season, which both are the only tournaments besides majors where main draw play extends beyond eight days.
The event is one of two tour events (along with the Miami Open), other than the Majors, in which main draw play extends beyond eight days.

2016 Miami Open

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This is a table detailing the points and prize money allocation for each round of the 2016 Miami ATP Masters 1000 and WTA Premier Mandatory event:
It was the 32nd edition of the Miami Open, and was part of the Masters 1000 category on the 2016 ATP World Tour, and of the Premier Mandatory category on the 2016 WTA Tour.

ATP Tour Masters 1000

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It is part of the men's ATP Tour Masters 1000 circuit, and is a Premier Mandatory event on the women's WTA Tour.
Currently, the following 9 tournaments are part of the ATP Tour Masters 1000: Canadian Open (alternating yearly between Montreal and Toronto), Italian Open (held in Rome), Indian Wells Masters, Miami Open, Monte-Carlo Masters, Madrid Open, Cincinnati Masters, Shanghai Masters and Paris Masters.

Tennis Center at Crandon Park

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The tournament had historically been held at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, Florida from 1987 through 2018, before moving to Miami Gardens for 2019.
It features a 13,800-seat venue named Stadium Court as its centerpiece, and had been home of the Miami Open since 1987 until 2018.

Tim Mayotte

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Mayotte won his first top-level professional singles title in 1985 at the inaugural Lipton International Players Championships (now known as the Miami Masters).

Jamea Jackson

The first challenge was made by Jamea Jackson against Ashley Harkleroad in the first round.
Jackson is the first tennis player ever to use the instant replay system in a tour level match, challenging a call in her first round win at the 2006 Nasdaq 100 Open in Miami, against compatriot Ashley Harkleroad.

Novak Djokovic

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The last best-of-five set final was won by Novak Djokovic in 2007.
His performances at the Masters Series events in Indian Wells, and Key Biscayne, where he was the runner-up and champion respectively, pushed him into the world's top 10.

1995 Lipton Championships – Men's Singles

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The 1995 Lipton Championships – Men's Singles event was at the second Masters Series event of the year, the Lipton Championships held at Key Biscayne, Florida.

Marcelo Ríos

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He was also the third male in the history (after Michael Chang and Pete Sampras) to complete the Sunshine Double (winning Indian Wells and Miami Masters in one year), which he achieved in 1998.

Pete Sampras

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However, just one week later, at the Lipton International Players Championships in Miami, Sampras defeated two top-40 players, before losing to No.

Tennis

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The Miami Open (also known as the Miami Masters, and currently branded as the Miami Open presented by Itaú for sponsorship reasons) is a tennis tournament held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The US Open, Miami Masters, US Open Series, and World Team Tennis started using this challenge system in 2006 and the Australian Open and Wimbledon introduced the system in 2007.

Miloslav Mečíř

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He met Lendl again in three high-profile matches that year, winning the final of the Lipton International Players Championships in Key Biscayne, Florida, while Lendl won the final of the German Open in Hamburg and the semifinals of the French Open.

Ivan Ljubičić

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His career highlights include reaching a Grand Slam semifinal at the 2006 French Open, and a ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at the Indian Wells Masters in 2010 as well as 3 other finals, 2 of them coming in 2005 at Madrid and Paris, and the other at the Miami Masters in 2006.

Andre Agassi

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Agassi won three Masters Series events in 1995 (Cincinnati, Key Biscayne, and the Canadian Open) and seven titles total.

2004 NASDAQ-100 Open – Men's Singles

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Agassi's win over Max Mirnyi in the 3rd round was his record 20th consecutive win at the Miami Open.

Andy Roddick

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4 Pete Sampras in the third round of the Miami Masters 7–6, 6–3.

Tomáš Berdych

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As well as his Paris Masters win, Berdych reached the finals of the Miami Masters in 2010, Madrid Open in 2012 and Monte Carlo Masters in 2015.

WTA Tour

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It is part of the men's ATP Tour Masters 1000 circuit, and is a Premier Mandatory event on the women's WTA Tour.

2012 Sony Ericsson Open – Men's Singles

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It was the 28th edition of the Sony Ericsson Open and was played on hard courts at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park.