Sony Open Tennis Tickets
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Details of Sony Open Tennis and the Ticket Luck value
Tennis lovers are in for the time of their lives as the Sony Open Tennis 2014 is expected to be held at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park. Located in Key Biscayne, Florida, the stadium court was inaugurated in 1991. With a seating capacity of over thirteen thousand, the Tennis Center has been home to the Sony Ericsson Open ever since its construction was completed. With a total of four green clay courts, two grass courts and two red clay courts, the Crandon Park facility cost a total of twenty one million dollars to build. Hold onto your seats as the facility is hosting Sony Open Tennis. Reserve a seat for yourself simply by getting Sony Open Tennis tickets immediately.
The Sony Open Tennis Tournament was initiated back in 1985 in which a total of eight four men and ninety seven women took part. The championship game was won by Tim Mayotte who was able to win the game against Angeliki Kanellopula with a score of 6-3, 6-2. The game was telecasted by ESPN and networks from all over Australia, France, England, Sweden, Italy, Germany and Japan. The women’s singles game was won by Martina Navratilova while the men’s doubles and women’s doubles were dominated by Paul Annacone/Christo Van Rensburg and Gigi Fernandez/Martina Navratilova respectively. The game awarded a grand prize of over 1.8 million dollars. Such a massive amount has only been surpassed by the US Open and Wimbledon.
The most recent Sony Open Tennis Tournament was held in March 2013 which marked the twenty ninth anniversary. The game was played on a hard surface at Crandon Park and offered a grand prize of over five million dollars. The champions of the men’s singles and the women’s singles games were presented prize money of over seven hundred thousand dollars while the double’s games won over two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. The game presented a total of forty nine players from all over Serbia, UK, Spain, Czech Republic, Argentina, France, Croatia, Japan, Italy, Canada, USA, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria and South Africa, amongst others.
The champions of the men’s singles game was Andy Murray, while Serena Williams won the title of the women’s singles. Furthermore, the men’s doubles was won by Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and Jean-Julien Rojer while the women’s doubles was won by Nadia Petrova and Katarina Srebotnik. The final game was attended by over seventeen thousand. Witness the 2014 Sony Open Tennis event that will present some of the greatest tennis players competing in a series of games that will definitely bring you to the very edge of your seats. Watch one of the biggest games of the season by grabbing your set of Sony Open Tennis tickets before they run out.