This year’s Miami Open is taking over the Hard Rock Stadium until the end of this weekend, and that includes what promises to be an exciting pair of finals on April 1 and 2. First up is the men’s doubles final and the women’s singles final, while the latter will bring the men’s singles final and women’s doubles final.
If you’re a tennis fan and looking to enjoy the last few rounds up close and personal, now’s your chance. So far it’s been an important two weeks full of spectacular matches, despite a few being postponed Wednesday due to the weather having other plans.
It’s all been taking place at the Miami Gardens stadium, making it perfect for Miamians looking to take advantage of the annual event and watching the action on the courts.
And speaking of action, Carlos Alcaraz will face off Jannik Sinner and Daniil Medvedev will play fellow Russian Karen Khachanov in the semifinals.
Elena Rybakina will will face the winner of the second semifinal between Petra Kvitová and Sorana Cîrstea, which will be played Friday.
You still have time to catch the final matches, which are set for Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2, with play beginning at 1 p.m. on both days. On April 1, during Session 23, Kool & the Gang will be performing live for The Final Set presented by Stella Artois concert Ground passes are available for fans looking to attend the concert following the conclusion of play or trophy presentation.
Brightline has also partnered with the Hard Rock Stadium to offer trains from its Aventura station along with complimentary Brightline+ shuttles to and from the stadium throughout the Miami Open. To book, guests for the South Florida rail provider can pick a date and select the Hard Rock Stadium Connect train that fits their schedule.
For more information and tickets, visit the Miami Open website here.