The Miami Open is winding down for another year, but there’s still one more must-see match before we say goodbye to the Hard Rock Stadium in Florida.
The men’s final kicks off this evening with Polish player Hubert Hurkacz facing off against Italian wonder kid Jannik Sinner, after both beat the odds to defeat some of the world’s top seeded players.
Indeed, this year’s tournament has been defined by a number of shocking upsets, although the women’s final yesterday did produce a more predictable result.
World number one Ashleigh Barty enjoyed a strong victory against No. 8 seed Bianca Andreescu, securing top prize for the Australian talent and sending a powerful message to her critics.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about the Miami Open 2021 tennis tournament. You can also find out the full Miami Open 2021 TV schedule with our handy guide.
When is the Miami Open 2021?
The tournament started on Wednesday 24th March 2021 and runs until Sunday 4th April 2021.
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Miami Open 2021 schedule
The tournament will be spread across a 12-day period after two days of qualifying with the Men’s and Women’s singles tournaments largely going ahead simultaneously.
- First round (Men’s and Women’s singles) – 24th/25th March
- Second round (Men’s and Women’s singles) – 26th/27th March
- Third round (Men’s and Women’s singles) – 27th/29th March
- Fourth round (Men’s and Women’s singles) – 29th/30th March
- Quarter-finals (Men’s and Women’s singles) – 30th March/1st April
- Semi-finals (Women’s singles) – 1st April
- Semi-finals (Men’s singles) – 2nd April
- Women’s final – 3rd April
- Men’s final – 4th April
Where is the Miami Open 2021 held?
The tournament is being held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida, USA.
Of course, this year’s edition won’t look normal, but the show will go on!