Miami Open

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Photograph: Unsplash/Mario Gogh
Miami Open
hotograph: Courtesy CC/Flickr/Cássia Afini

Time Out says

Our annual star-studded tennis tournament is back this year with a fresh angle: it’s moving to Hard Rock Stadium. This means a much, much bigger venue for the two-week tournament (and a bigger chance you get a seat to watch players like Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal). Really want to go big? Book one of the private luxury cabana suites or buy your way into the new 72 Club, a private section with inclusive food, beer, wine and great views.

Brickell City Centre’s Casa Tuca Cucina also makes the move north with a pop-up version of its Saks outpost, featuring the usual assortment of pasta, salad and a focaccia station. Plus, members of Casa Tua South Beach and courtside ticketholders get access to a VIP club complete with champagne, cocktail and Italian bites throughout the day.

Looking to bring a piece of the tournament home with you? Lacoste partnered with Amazon to create an on-site boutique where you can shop special pieces and ask Alexa questions about tennis and the history of the sport while you browse. The first weekend of the Open also coincides with the launch of PRINCE x UNKNWN, a special collaboration with the iconic tennis company and local streetwear store Unknwn


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