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World No. 2 Caroline Wozniacki, a part-time Fisher Island resident who recently had the courts there named after her, said she may boycott the Miami Open tennis tournament in 2019 to protest what she felt was an inadequate response by tournament
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Tennis is known to be a great sport, a sport for families, a sport for all ages, a sport with great fans and great traditions. But the experience that I had in Miami was awful and hopefully something we'll never experience again. To have David's niece
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The Hard Rock Stadium will be the site of the 2019 Miami Open. Tournament director James Blake introduced special features and luxury upgrades. The Hard Rock Stadium will be the site of the 2019 Miami Open. Tournament director James Blake introduced
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It would be the last of 38 Miami Open women's finals to be played at Crandon Park Tennis Center on Saturday, so it seemed only fitting that a South Florida native drive home to Ft. Lauderdale with the winner's trophy. Sloane Stephens, who often played  -
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In fitting fashion, the final Miami Open to be held on Key Biscayne featured an American sweep of the trophies, with Sloane Stephens and John Isner hoisting the singles crowns. Isner's final against Alexander Zverev was the last singles match played in
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Sloane Stephens, who has already won the U.S. Open, will be going back to her roots on Saturday when she attempts to add the Miami Open title to her résumé. For the Fort Lauderdale native, this South Florida tournament means something special. She will
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The switch will see the stadium, which is usually home to the Miami Dolphins NFL franchise, temporarily converted for tennis. The main court will feature a 14,000-seater arena around it, an increase of around 700 on the current specifications at
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Tennis star threatens to boycott Miami Open. World No. 2 Caroline Wozniacki, a part-time Fisher Island resident who recently had the courts there named after her, said she may boycott the Miami Open tennis tournament in 2019 to protest what she felt
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As the Miami Open wrapped up its time on Key Biscayne, the New York Times took a look at how it began, why it's moving, and what it will become at its new home at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens…Billie Jean King has been named as one of the grand
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This is my [first] time writing, so here goes. I am writing this on the eve of finishing watching the del Potro–Raonic Miami Open quarterfinal, and though I am pleased that DelPo won such a tough, riveting match (I am a huge fan) I am disgusted with
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“Il tennis è noto per essere un grande sport, uno sport per le famiglie, uno sport per tutte le età, uno sport con grandi fan e grandi tradizioni. Ma l'esperienza che ho avuto a Miami è stata orribile e, spero che sia qualcosa che non vivremo mai più
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As it had in 2005, the 2011 Miami Open final helped usher in another storied rivalry in the Golden Era of tennis: Novak Djokovic vs. Rafael Nadal. Prior to 2011, Djokovic had trouble solving Nadal, and it seemed the Spaniard had started to put some
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No, Stephen Ross, the billionaire owner of the Miami Dolphins, did not say this about moving the Miami Open from the traditional and magnificent postcard location of Key Biscayne to his Hard Rock football stadium. Mark Shapiro, the co-President of IMG
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Assuming he follows through on his commitment to the University of Miami, Class of 2019 tight end Larry Hodges has a chance to be a thrilling talent the Hurricanes can use in various ways. Highlight tapes, by their very nature, can be misleading, but
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The Miami Open was played for the last time ever in Key Biscayne two weeks ago, and the numbers were great. 303,339 people attended the two-week event (including qualies), overcoming the 300,000 barrier for the tenth consecutive years. Also, six