Need a Tennis Fix? There’s an App (and a Party) for That.

There are a million different reasons why we love to call Miami home. The fact that we live in the place where the rest of the world comes to vacation certainly equates to a whole lot of nonstop fun. On any given night, VIPs and famous faces grace our sunny shores, mandating that the entertainment options and party invites are innovative, shocking, and plentiful.

While this weekend will once again be teeming with enough options to make any socialite’s well-coiffed head spin, such as the Women of Tomorrow Annual Gala at Mandarin Oriental or the Schiopetto and Sandrone presentation dinner at The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne, for now we’d like to direction your attention towards the middle of next week.

On Wednesday, March 24, the Magic City will play host to a coming-out party like no other. Coinciding with the start of the Sony Ericsson Open, No. 1 Doubles Team Bob and Mike Bryan, along with Sean and Ana Wolfington, will host a soiree to debut “The TENNiS app.”

Celebrity guests and pro tennis players will be lining the Key Biscayne bridge to get to this island party where Grammy award-winning artist Adriana Lucia will entertain the crowd. The Bryan Brothers are also scheduled for a little entertaining of their own, when they showcase their newest single, “Open My Heart,” a tune that was inspired by Andre Agassi and his new book Open.

“Andre is a huge reason why we are playing the game of tennis today,” Mike Bryan commented on a website promoting the event. “We admire Andre’s honesty in his book and think there are many lessons to be learned from his amazing journey.”

With all-things-tennis about to take over the streets of Key Biscayne, the timing of the premiere of “The TENNiS App” could not have been better strategized. The cell phone platform includes pro video animation, live news feeds, rankings, photos, and technique tips.

Check in with the Bryan Brothers for more info on the app and what is sure to be one of the hottest events of the Open.