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Miami Open presented by Itau

Miami
The tournament was founded by former player Earl "Butch" BUCHHOLZ in 1985, 36 years ago. In 1987 the tournament moved to its current home in Key Biscayne. In 1989, a severe knee injury suffered in a car accident less than two hours after a semifinal match knocked Thomas MUSTER out of the championship match, and the title was awarded to Ivan LENDL. In 1999, Butch Buchholz announces that his family sold the tournament to IMG. In 2006, Hawk-Eye system was introduced on the Stadium court and later also utilized in the United States at the US Open Series events and at the US Open. In 2012, Indian tennis veteran Leander PAES became only the 24th player in the ATP World Tour history to win 50 doubles titles. In 2020, the event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Venue: Tennis Center at Crandon Park
Surface: Hard

Dates: Mar 23, 2021 - Apr 04, 2021

tournament categories

1985 - 1989
Grand Prix Circuit
1990 - 1995
Championship Series, Single Week ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
1996 - 1999
Mercedes-Benz Super 9 ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
2000 - 2004
Tennis Masters Series ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
2005 - 2008
ATP Masters Series ( now - ATP Tour Masters 1000 )
2009 - 2021
ATP Tour Masters 1000

tournament names in previous years

1985
Lipton International Players Championships, Delray Beach
1986
Lipton International Players Championships, Boca Raton
1987 - 1992
Lipton International Players Championships, Key Biscayne
1993 - 1999
Lipton Championships, Key Biscayne
2000 - 2001
Ericsson Championships, Miami
2002 - 2006
NASDAQ-100 Open, Miami
2007 - 2012
Sony Ericsson Open, Miami
2013 - 2014
Sony Open Tennis, Miami
2015 - 2021
Miami Open presented by Itau

Miami Open presented by Itau - Current Champions

Men's Singles
Men's Doubles

ATP Miami - Past Champions