March is here and do you know what that means? Well, if you’re as excited as us, you know the 2019 Miami Open is just around the corner and this year there are major expectations as the tournament has been moved from the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne to the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Players and Fans alike will arrive from all over the world to see this world-class event set in one of the most beautiful cities in the US, and arguably the world for that matter, Miami.
Our new home at Hard Rock Stadium offers an elevated fan experience to what is already a great event, including:
- Efficient access to expedited parking directly adjacent to our new tennis complex
- A 14,000-seat center court within Hard Rock Stadium designed for intimacy, luxury and a comfortable fan experience
- State-of-the-art in-stadium shade canopy and a luxury seating experience unlike anything in tennis
- A spacious tennis campus featuring 29 permanent tournament and practice courts
- A comfortable spectator oasis showcasing the culture, food, art and entertainment of South Florida, highlighted by the largest video board in tennis to catch all the action
Once again, Tennis Plaza will be selling your favorite Tennis Racquets and Equipment at the event March 18, 2019, through March 31, 2019. If you want to wait to shop at the event to purchase your favorite merchandise on the tournament grounds, by all means feel free, we’d love to meet you and you will get a chance to take advantage of exclusive deals available only AT the tournament grounds during the tournament. However, if you are a savvy shopper like most, why not get your all your gear in advance while all the styles and colors are in stock?
Shop with Tennis Plaza Online or In Store
Tennis Plaza stocks all your favorite Official Tennis Rackets, Shoes and Clothing, in sizes and styles for everyone. You can Shop Online or at 1 of our 5 Miami Area Locations. You’ll be able to shop a great selection of our tennis merchandise at the Miami Open, or, you can shop our full selection in advance and receive them just in time for the event. Why not outfit the whole family in high-quality gear from top brands such as:
Tennis Plaza is a proud sponsor of the Miami Open and is pleased to serve the Tennis Novice and Professional alike. For great deals on a wide selection of Tennis must have’s, www.TennisPlaza.com is the place to shop!
If by the end of your day at the tournament you feel like having fun, we recommend you visit some of the most exclusive districts and neighborhoods in the city:
Brickell is the city’s financial center, where glittering business towers and luxury condos tower over Biscayne Bay. Rooftop bars and surf ‘n’ turf grills cater to the banking and business crowd, while the art galleries and fashionable boutiques in the Brickell City Centre attract chic locals. The Brickell Avenue Bridge spans the Miami River and has views of the waterfront Miami Circle park and archaeological site.
Wynwood known for its many colorful murals, is one of the city’s most happening districts. Wynwood Walls is an outdoor museum showcasing large-scale works by some of the world’s best-known street artists. The surrounding streets have converted warehouses housing craft breweries and funky art galleries. A hip young crowd frequents the neighborhood’s chic clothing boutiques, stylish bistros and late-night bars.
Miami Beach is a south Florida island city, connected by bridges to mainland Miami. Wide beaches stretch from North Shore Open Space Park, past palm-lined Lummus Park to South Pointe Park. The southern end, South Beach, is known for its international cachet with models and celebrities, and its early-20th-century architecture in the Art Deco Historic district with pastel-colored buildings, especially on Ocean Drive.
Coral Gables is known for its sweeping, tree-lined streets and Mediterranean-style buildings, including the palatial 1920s Biltmore Hotel. Chic boutiques, home decor stores and jewelers line upscale Miracle Mile, also home to the Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre, which stages musicals and comedy. The spring-fed Venetian Pool, with waterfalls, grottos and lush tropical foliage, makes for atmospheric lounging.
Coconut Grove. Hugging the shoreline of Biscayne Bay, Coconut Grove is an upscale, leafy neighborhood with relaxed sidewalk cafes and chic shops in and around the CocoWalk mall. The area’s several green spaces include bay-front Barnacle Historic State Park, home to a mangrove forest, and the iconic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, centered on a lavish Italian-style villa. Sailing clubs and marinas dot the waterfront.
As you see there’s plenty to do in Miami while you watch the amazing display of athleticism that only current tennis players have. Do not think twice, come to the Miami Open.