Miami Open does the unthinkable, and creates a massive record for the 2024 episode! Here’s what’s going on

This year's Miami Open is set to begin with a bang with just over three weeks left for the most awaited tournament to start.


Miami Open does the unthinkable, and creates a massive record for the 2024 episode! Here’s what’s going on

Miami Open Mar 26, 2023; Miami, Florida, US; A view of the match between Grigor Dmitrov (BGR) (top) and Jannik Sinner (ITA) (bottom) on day seven of the Miami Open at Hard Rock Stadium (Via Imago)

With February set to end, it is that time of the year when the most awaited Miami Open is bound to begin. The 2024 season will create a lot of fuss after presenter Itau confirmed that a record number of tournament partners are expected to associate for this season’s edition.

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With this year’s edition featuring the slogan “Where tennis comes to play”, the tournament will kick start from March 17th to 31st at the iconic Hard Rock Stadium. Along with primary partner Itau, brands such as Betway, Cadillac, Emirates, Hologic, Lacoste, Seabourn, and Tecnifibre are expected to partner with the competition this year as well.

Baptist Health will be the official healthcare partner for the competition, which in turn will provide medical assistance to both players and fans throughout the tournament. To make the fan experience even better, Electrolit has been elected as the official sports drink of the tournament. The management has tried to make this competition a huge hit this year and will undoubtedly attract many supporters as well.

Miami Open winners over the years

The tournament started way back in the year 1985 and there have been many famous tennis stars who have dominated the competition over the years. Rivals Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras have dominated the tournament for an entire decade, with Sampras winning three and Agassi winning six times, which is the record number of titles.

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Petra Kvitova (CZE) during the trophy ceremony after winning the Women™s Final of the Miami Open on April 1, 2023 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens
Petra Kvitova (CZE) during the trophy ceremony after winning the Women’s Final of the Miami Open on April 1, 2023 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens (Via Imago)

Novak Djokovic has also won the competition for a record six times and his longtime rival Roger Federer has also achieved success at the tournament on four occasions.

While the 2024 season is on its way to getting started, Daniil Medvedev and Petra Kvitova will look to defend their title this season. The tournament is set to commence on March 17.

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