A Favourite Among Fans And Players
The 12-day Miami Open presented by Itau, named the ATP Masters 1000 Tournament of the Year from 2002-06 and again in 2008, boasts the participation of the world's top men's and women's players and has become the place to be seen in Miami. After 32 years at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, the tournament made its debut at Hard Rock Stadium — home of the NFL's Miami Dolphins — in 2019.
Roger Federer became the first player to lift the trophy at the new venue as he defeated John Isner in the final. Eighteen-year-old Carlos Alcaraz claimed his first Masters 1000 trophy at the event in 2022, becoming the youngest champion in tournament history.
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