The Miami Open tennis tournament enters a new era after relocating to Hard Rock Stadium from Crandon Park in Key Biscayne, Fla., where it had been played since 1987. The stadium, which is home to the Miami Dolphins in the suburb of Miami Gardens, expands amenities for both attendees and players, as you’ll see in this issue. The venue is home to the event for the next 30 years; here are some other numbers from the tournament’s new home, courtesy of event producer IMG and the Dolphins.   12,513 More parking spaces for general admission, premium, overflow and player parking. 30 Total competition and practice courts, up from nine. 32,474 Total seating, up from 25,062. 4 Corner videoboards framing the center court inside Hard Rock Stadium. One large screen is attached to an exterior wall on the building’s south side. 30,000 Square feet for player dining space, up from 9,000. […]
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