A view from the cheaper seats at the Miami Open tennis tournament, held each year on Key Biscayne. The for-profit tournament wants to move to Hard Rock Stadium in 2019, and play in a tennis complex to be built by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross.
A view from the cheaper seats at the Miami Open tennis tournament, held each year on Key Biscayne. The for-profit tournament wants to move to Hard Rock Stadium in 2019, and play in a tennis complex to be built by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. DAVID SANTIAGO El Nuevo Herald
A view from the cheaper seats at the Miami Open tennis tournament, held each year on Key Biscayne. The for-profit tournament wants to move to Hard Rock Stadium in 2019, and play in a tennis complex to be built by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. DAVID SANTIAGO El Nuevo Herald

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