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[3 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

Gotta see tennis champions in action
By MZ from Carlsbad, CA on 4/10/2008
Pros:
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, Stadium Packed, Surprises were savored, The Crowd Loved It
Best For:
Tennis fans

Helpful would be to have a sign showing not only the speed of the serve, but also the temperature on the court.

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[1 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

GREAT!! Clean, nice vendors/people, matc
By Debbie from Sarasota, Fl. on 4/6/2008
Pros:
depends on player..more d, Great Style Of Play, High Energy, The Crowd Loved It
Cons:
Boring Style of Play
Best For:
Depends on match, Everyone, New To The Sport

Great event...[...]

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[3 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

fantastic, unbelievably great time
By deketex from Brentwood, Tennessee on 4/5/2008
Pros:
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, Stadium Packed, Tennis stars galore, The Crowd Loved It
Best For:
Everyone

The venue at the Sony Ericsson is great, the people are wonderful and the atmosphere is electric. First day, we had tickets, saw Serena, Henin, Federa, Nadal, Roddick, Venus, unbelieveably fantastic time, great seats, love the action.

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[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

Great show.... Spectacular venue
By Her Royal Highness from Miami Beach, FL on 4/4/2008
Pros:
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, The Crowd Loved It
Cons:
Took Too Long
Best For:
Everyone

Great seats. [...]

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Sony Ericsson Open Tennis Tickets

The Sony Ericsson Open is an annual tennis tournament held in Key Biscayne, Florida. It is hosted by Sony Ericsson and showcases some of the best tennis players in the world. The Open is also an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event on the men's tour and a Premier Mandatory event on the women's tour. Purchase your Sony Ericsson Open tickets today and discover why this tournament is one of the most popular tennis events outside of the four Grand Slam championships.

The event was founded by former tennis great Butch Bucholz. His original goal was to make it the first major championship of the year. The first tournament was held in February 1985 at Laver's International Tennis Resort in Delray Beach, Fla. Since then, it has moved to Key Biscayne, but the allure remains the same. Aside from the four Grand Slam championships, the Sony Ericsson Open is one of the few events that brings in more than 64 male and female tennis players. It holds one of the biggest purses for winners of any championship. In the past, the open offered up to $9 million in prize money.