The view from the upper decks of the Miami Open tennis tournament in 2015. With Miami-Dade approving the for-profit event leaving Crandon Park in 2019, the 2018 event is set to be its final on Key Biscayne before moving to the home of the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium.
The view from the upper decks of the Miami Open tennis tournament in 2015. With Miami-Dade approving the for-profit event leaving Crandon Park in 2019, the 2018 event is set to be its final on Key Biscayne before moving to the home of the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. David Santiago El Nuevo Herald
The view from the upper decks of the Miami Open tennis tournament in 2015. With Miami-Dade approving the for-profit event leaving Crandon Park in 2019, the 2018 event is set to be its final on Key Biscayne before moving to the home of the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. David Santiago El Nuevo Herald

After a hiccup, the Miami Open tennis tournament gets permission to move to a new home

December 19, 2017 11:17 AM