Men's Doubles Tickets
Details of Men's Doubles and the Ticket Luck value
The Sony Open Tennis Men's Doubles tournament will be held once again in Miami, Florida at the Tennis Center in Crandon Park. The Sony Open Tennis is a Miami Masters tournament, and is part of a series of tournaments that were first held in 1985. This tennis tournament is played on a hard Laykold surface, in the outdoors. It is part of the ATP World Tour Master 1000 category and has total prize money of over five million dollars. The tournament is also part of the WTA Tour Premier Mandatory and is owned and operated by IMG. Catch this year's games live with Men's Doubles tickets in hand.
Men's Doubles at the Sony Open Tennis, a Miami Masters tournament, will feature some of the best tennis players in the world playing against each other. The Miami Masters tournament has seen many sponsors since it came together and is now currently named the Sony Open Tennis after the sponsor Sony. In 2010, the Sony Ericsson Open saw three hundred thousand visitors, making it one of the biggest tournaments other than the four Majors. In 2011, the Sony Open Tennis tournament attracted over three hundred and sixteen thousand people, with following tournaments attracting even more people.
The Sony Open Tennis tournament is also known also as the Miami Masters. Men's Doubles features thirty two teams, with the entire tournament lasting twelve days. The tournament and its many matches are broadcast by ESPN and CBS, amongst others.
The first men's doubles champions were Paul Annacone from the US and Christo van Rensburg from South Africa, in 1985. American Sherwood Stewart and Australian Kim Warwick emerged as runners-up during the first ever Miami Masters tournament.
The reigning men's doubles champions are Americans Mike Bryan and Bob Bryan. Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde's team holds the record for the most doubles titles won, at four. See more amazing tennis players take on each other for the Sony Open Tennis championship after buying Men's Doubles tickets.