Miami Open

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Date: March 22rd - April 4 2023
Category: ATP 1000 / WTA 1000
Draw Size: 128S/64D (ATP / WTA)
Prize Money: $8,800,00 (ATP / WTA)

ATP & WTA Schedule of Play: click here (TBC)
Prize Money & Points Distribution: click here
WTA Draw: Click here
ATP Entry List: click here
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The Miami Open is the second half of the traditional Sunshine Double which takes place between March and April usually with the 2023 slot being March 22 - April 4 2023.

Traditionally held in Key Biscayne, Florida, it moved to Miami Gardens for 2019 which is now its current form and follows Indian Wells with two consecutive Hard Court tournaments in the US for the only time outside of the US Open.

Currently they are the only tournaments beside Grand Slams where they last beyond eight days.

Current winner and defending champion on the men's side is Spaniard, Carlos Alcaraz who produced a stunning series last year seeing off Casper Ruud in the final 7-5, 6-4 for his first ATP 1000 title.

This acted as a pre cursor to Alcaraz breaking out to become World No.1 and US Open champion, while for Iga Swiatek on the WTA side, she did the double.

Becoming only the fourth woman in history to complete the Sunshine Double in singles, she is the youngest to do so and will be the heavy favourite to retain this year. She saw off Naomi Osaka 6-4, 6-0 in the final.

It is a tournament though that lacks the star power on the ATP side of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal with the Serbian not allowed into the US due to vaccine mandates. This has been heavily campaigned but up until pre draw has come to no avail. While Nadal is recovering from injury and is aiming to be back for Monte-Carlo.

Historically, Djokovic has won it six times, Andy Murray twice with Nadal losing in five finals being one of only a few tournaments he has not won. 

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