By Tucker Verdi
The 2018 Miami Open is in full swing, with a second week of exciting tennis matches still to come. But the Open is more than just a tennis tournament; it is a fun experience for families and friends to soak in.
Here is a rundown of the exciting things to at Crandord Park Tennis Center during the Miami Open:
Fast Serve Cage
Does your kid have too much energy? Are you frustrated at work and need a release? Well, at the fast serve cage located at the Park Island Display, you can pay $5 for 5 chances to smack a tennis ball as hard as you want.
A full-size blue clay court awaits you. Come get a feel for the playing surface or check out the Faberg Tour Experience or the IMG Academy at the USA Display Island. Stop by in between matches for an immersive tennis experience!
SO MUCH FOOD!!!
From the expected stadium food of popcorn and hot dogs to gourmet pizza, creative salad combinations, and a taste of local Miami dining, the 2018 Miami Open has everything you’ll need to satisfy your hunger. If you’ve got a hankering for ice cream, stop by Ben & Jerry’s Sweet Shop. If you want to venture out for authentic Peruvian ceviche, visit SuViche featuring Novecento.
For a full rundown of places to eat, visit miamiopen.com/where-to-eat.
2019 Preview Center
This is the last year of the Miami Open at Crandon Park Tennis Center. But next year will be even bigger and even better at Hard Rock Stadium. While visiting our longtime home on Key Biscayne, come and take a look at what we have planned for the future!
Sit back and watch amazing tennis!
The main reason we do what we do. From Grand Slam champions Venus Williams, Juan Martín del Potro, and Victoria Azarenka to Cinderella’s like qualifier Danielle Collins and 18-year-old Denis Shapovalov, we’ve got great tennis now and through the final Sunday.
Tickets can be purchased at miamiopen.com/dailytickets.