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Miami Open Sets Attendance Records

Updated: Apr 4, 2019

Miami Open presented by Itaú move to Miami Gardens after years of failed attempts to improve its facilities at Crandon Park has proven to be successful. IMG and Dolphins owner Stephen Ross spent over 72 million to transform it into a state-of-the-art tennis venue. According to Sam Henderson, IMG U.S. Communications Director, Miami Open set numerous attendance records through out the 2 week tennis event including:


  • Sunday's attendance was 17,373 setting a men’s final attendance record (old record was 14,625 in 2011)

  • Overall attendance was 388,734 setting a tournament record (old record was 326,131 in 2012)

  • The tournament set 15 session attendance records over the last two weeks

  • Session 9 attendance of 32,831 set an all-time session attendance record

  • Prior to 2019 the old session record was 18,910 in 2007

  • The women’s singles and men’s doubles final drew a crowd of more than 16,000, recording the Miami Open’s 14th session record.