The first annual Miami Tennis Cup will take place November 30 through December 2 at the Crandon Park Tennis Center in Key Biscayne. Produced by Argentina’s Group NOS, the highly anticipated competition will feature six of today’s top ranked ATP professionals.
The inaugural U.S. tournament will include an exclusive appearance by U.S Open Champion and British Olympic Gold medalist Andy Murray, and Spanish Juan Carlos Ferrero. Andy Roddick will also be present as part of his homecoming farewell tour. The “Super Six” will play a double-elimination, round robin tournament along with Nicolas Almagro, Alejandro Falla and John Isner. According to a press release, more than 7,000 spectators are expected to attend each day of the Miami Tennis Cup and each of tournament will be broadcast live by ESPN worldwide.
Julian Wortelboer, President and CEO of Group NOS, said, “We are honored to have not only some of the most iconic tennis professionals competing, but some of the most legendary individuals from the world of sport – including an Olympic Gold medal winner, a U.S. Open champion and a French Open champion. We aim to establish the Miami Tennis Cup as a must-see event each year on the world tennis calendar.”
To view a daily match schedule, click here. Miami Tennis Cup has partnered with non-profit charity organization Shake-A-Leg Miami and a portion of proceeds from tickets sales will be donated to Gulliver schools.
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster starting at $50 for general admission. A three-day pass starts at $118 (300 Level, general admission).