The Miami Open 2022

March 21 - April 3, 2022
Miami Open Tennis at Hard Rock Stadium

The Miami Open, presented by Itaú is Miami's premier tennis event. Previously known as the Sony Open, this is the place to be this spring... an electrifying two weeks of tennis... delightful weather... celebrity galore... first-rate entertainment events... and it's all back with full attendance at both Stadium Court and the Grandstand Court at Hard Rock Stadium.

What Is New This Year At the Miami Open

Last year's tournament took place with limited attendance at the Grand Stand Court. We are glad to see the return of matches at Stadium Court as well for the 2022 Miami Open.

More shaded structures in the West Lawn and in areas with views of the video board have been added.

There is a wide range of options for ticket packages this year. Besides the Single Session, Day Passes and Full Tournament Access Packages, there are Partial Tournament Packages, Suites & Luxury, Group Packages, and more.

Parking information is TBA, stay tuned.

The 2022 Miami Open

When? March 21 - April 3, 2022

  • Women's Singles Final: Saturday April 2, 2022
  • Men's Doubles Final: Saturday April 2, 2022
  • Women's Doubles Final: Sunday April 3, 2022
  • Men's Singles Final: Sunday April 3, 2022

How Much? $17+ for single session, Full Day and many package options to choose from. Here's more on this year's Miami Open ticket packages

About the Miami Open

The Miami Open is one of the largest tournaments outside the four Grand Slam events.

During a normal tournament there is a Day Session and an Evening Session. The Day session starts at 10:00 a.m. and normally four matches are played in the Stadium Court.

The Evening Session starts at 7:00 pm. and two matches are played.

Number of matches played are of course weather-dependent and subject to change.

Qualifying rounds take place the first couple of days of the tournament. You can check what is going on and who is playing whom at the official site www.miamiopen.com.

The atmosphere at the Miami Open is very relaxed. As you wander around the grounds, you will invariably catch a glimpse of some celebrity, NBA star, singer, model, actor or actress and the players in the practice courts. All in a very chilled setting...

Miami Open at Hard Rock Stadium

Although we miss being close to the surf and sand in Key Biscayne, the move in 2019 to the new facilities at Hard Rock Stadium brought a fresh start with plenty of outstanding amenities for both players and spectators... and did we mention parking? There is lots and lots of it! This world-class venue which recently underwent a tremendous transformation to the tune of $550 million, is equipped with fabulous food and over-the-top facilities to be able to accomodate the tournament in grand style.

The New Miami Open facilities at Hard Rock Stadium: Tenis Plaza Practice Courts and Grandstand Stadium

The South parking lot has been permanently re-made into a Tennis Complex offering

  • 18 practice courts with over 4,300 seats and 11 tournament courts including
  • A Grandstand Stadium with 4,993 seats
  • Two extra Courts offering over 4,000 seats

The New Miami Open facilities at Hard Rock Stadium: Tenis Plaza Practice Courts

In addition, beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces offer plenty of room to chill in between matches: a Great Lawn, a food court and Olive Grove space, Spanish Steps with a rooftop deck and beer garden...

The New Miami Open facilities at Hard Rock Stadium: West Lawn

And of course, there is plenty of food concessions and tents from fine dining to deli sandwiches, pizza, salads, seafood, even food trucks... so you certainly won't go hungry. For 2022 selection could be more limited but there will be plenty of food and beverage options available.

The New Miami Open facilities at Hard Rock Stadium: West Lawn

The New Miami Open facilities at Hard Rock Stadium: West Lawn

And you can enjoy it all without missing a beat... you will be able to catch all the excitement going on from the gigantic screen at the South Gate, you can't miss it, it's huge!

The New Miami Open facilities at Hard Rock Stadium: Stadium Court

The main action normally takes place at the Stadium Court. The existing football layout of the 65,000-seat stadium is refitted during the tournament into a smaller cozier structure to house 13,800 spectators.

The New Miami Open facilities at Hard Rock Stadium: Stadium Court

Hard Rock Stadium: Getting There, Parking

Hard Rock Stadium is located about 20 minutes north of downtown Miami in a suburb called Miami Gardens.

Hard Rock Stadium

347 Don Shula Drive,
Miami Gardens, Florida 33056

If you are driving from South Beach or Miami Beach, it will take you anywhere between 30 - 45 minutes depending on the traffic, even though it is only an 18-mile ride, this is in the midst of Spring Break, traffic will be heavy around South Beach and Miami Beach, and as you approach the Stadium and parking areas.

Parking at Hard Rock Stadium is plentiful and directly next to the tennis complex. Parking Info for the 2022 Tournament is TBA.

Here's more info on Hard Rock Stadium: Directions, Parking, Uber/Lyft Taxis. Note that the Public Transportation and Express Shuttle Info applies to Miami Dolphin games only, no options have been announced for the Miami Open.

Tips for Attending the Tournament

Comfortable clothing and sun protection are a must. Even though with the new facilities there are plenty of airconditioned areas, the tournament is played outside, be prepared. Even in March, mid-day temperatures in Miami can soar in the high 80's. Bring sunglasses, large hats and sunscreen to protect from the sun.

To avoid the heat, try the evening sessions which are quite pleasant and with a lively atmosphere.

You are allowed to bring one sealed 1L bottle of water, if you buy inside they are $5

Food is allowed in a small clear bag for guests with approved dietary or medical exceptions.

There is a phone charging station at the entrance by the Lacoste tent.

So come and watch the world's top-ranked tennis players close-up and in action... Rafael Nadal...

Rafael Nadal at Miami Open

Serena Williams...

Serena Williams at Miami Open

Roger Federer...

Roger Federer at Miami Open

Naomi Osaka...

Naomi Osaka at Miami Open

Where to Stay for the Miami Open?

Hard Rock Stadium is not in a "hot" neighborhood by any means, it is located north of Downtown Miami in Miami Gardens but it is conveniently situated next to several major freeways which makes it easy to get there from just about anywhere in Miami and Broward County.

This is a very busy time of the year in Miami with Spring Break and hundreds of events all happening alongside Miami Music Week, the Winter Music Conference and ULTRA, you should make your bookings as soon as possible. There are many areas to choose from depending on what your plans are.

  • If your main consideration is proximity and convenience to the Miami Open, then check out our top pick hotels close to Hard Rock Stadium, but this is March in Miami, the beaches are calling!
  • If you are in the mood to party you will want to stay in South Beach or Miami Beach, this will be party central specially in the second week of the tournament when the Spring Break party crowds will be at the highest
  • For a quieter beach stay, hotels in Sunny Isles Beach, Surfside and North Beach are also convenient to Hard Rock Stadium which is short of 10 miles away, as well as hotels in Hollywood or Ft. Lauderdale Beach to the north.

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