Sony Open Session 7 Tickets

The annual tennis tournament held in Miami is being introduced as Sony Open Tennis in its brand new season of 2013. Originally known as Miami Masters, the tournament has a history of attracting 300,000 visitors that makes it one of the largest tennis tournaments outside the four Grand Slams. Sony Open Tennis will be held at Crandon Park. Tennis fans can now make the best use of cheap Sony Open Session 7 tickets rates.

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About Sony Open Session 7

The history of Sony Open Session can be traced back to the1980s when top ranked players such as Frank Sedgman, Pancho Segura and Jack Kramer toured the country in a station wagon and played the game in fairgrounds. Over the years the game evolved from being played on the portable canvas courts to a formal open session. It was in the eighties when the Director of Association of Tennis Professionals brought the idea of two weeks player tournament on the table. It was further nurtured in the later years and the first ball was struck at the International Players Championship in 1985.
Today Sony Open Session is 12 days event featuring world class tennis. The prize money for the winning player ranges from $216,190 to $712,000 for men and women singles and doubles titles. The game is covered by media from different corners of the world and reaches more than 150 countries in approximately 40 languages.
Crandon Park will this year welcome the crème de la crème of the sport, having a capacity of 13,300 seats. Equipped with the state of the art facilities, the Park has four American green clay courts and four European red clay courts. Crandon Park is among those venues that provide specialized services to the guests and the players. When it’s not hosting tournaments, the venue holds training sessions, camps and private lessons for the general public.
Sony Open Tennis will bring to court once again last year’s defending champion Novak Djokovic, finalist Andy Murray along with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. In women’s category Agnieszka Radwanska was crowned the champion in 2012 and Maria Sharapova was the finalist. They will be returning to the court and the fans can witness classic showdowns as Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka will also be playing for the title. Stunning backhands, ground strokes, aces and smashes are coming soon your way. Sony Open Session 7 tickets are available and selling like hot cakes. What are you waiting for? Tennis lovers from all over the world come to watch this tournament live, so hurry and get your hands on them before it is too late.