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Miami Open ends on a high note crowning two new champions [Video]

Miami Open ends on a high note crowning two new champions [Video]

The 2024 Miami Open presented by Itaú wrapped up this weekend, having crowned two new singles champions and setting a new attendance record yesterday of 395,683. 

After an action packed two weeks, Jannik Sinner defeated Grigor Dimitrov 6-3, 6-1 on Sunday after having reached the final in both '21 and '23. Florida-based Danielle Collins captured the biggest title of her career beating No. 4 seed, Elena Rybakina, 7-5 6-3 on Saturday. 

Above: Jannik Sinner. Photo credit: Miami Open/Hard Rock Stadium.  

India’s Rohan Bopanna and Australia’s Matthew Ebden clinched the men’s doubles title. Meanwhile, Florida-based player Sofia Kenin and fellow American Bethanie Mattek-Sands won the Miami Open women’s doubles title.

The tournament’s slogan, ‘where tennis comes to play’ captures the vibrant atmosphere of the Hard Rock Stadium campus. And early on, Miami Open Unites saw the world’s best tennis players heading out into the community of Miami-Dade County for a day of service. 

Above: Sofia Kenin and Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Photo credit: Miami Open/Hard Rock Stadium.  

And long-time presenting partner Itaú Unibanco marked its sponsorship renewal through to 2028, by introducing a special ’First Serve’ moment to mark the start of the ATP main draw, with rising Brazilian tennis star Rafael Padilha, firing an impressive first serve on stadium court. 

To get a deep dive into our reflections, takeaways, highlights, and best stories from the 2024 Miami Open, check out our official "wrap-up" video filmed last night at the close of the tournament. We cover it all — from the Miami Open's fountain of youth, to players and puppies, to the Bulgarian James Bond.

From left to right: Adam Ross, Matt Pressman, and Zach Shahan of Florida Tennis discuss 2024 Miami Open highlights. Source: Florida Tennis.

It was a star-studded two weeks with celebrity and athlete sightings like Jon Bon Jovi, Mike Tyson, Shakira, Jimmy Butler, Andre Agassi, Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova, Ronaldo (Brazilian), Pusha T, Sergio Busquets, Neymar, Kaiir Elam, Kamaru Usman, Bam Adebayo, and Redfoo. 

Dates were also announced for the 2025 Miami Open presented by Itaú with fans marking their calendars for March 16 – 30, 2025 (subject to change). Fans are able to sign up now for more information hereFor field and ticket information, visit

Above: Entrance of Miami Open. Photo credit: Miami Open/Hard Rock Stadium.  

There were also other must-see debut events this year. The Miami Open Wheelchair Invitational was a fantastic addition to the second week. And the Major League Pickleball Showcase included top stars like Andrei Daescu, Federico Staksrud, Hannah Blatt and Jessie Irvine.

To check out more behind-the-scenes moments at the Miami Open, including highlights and quotes from top players during their Miami Open press conferences, courtesy of Florida Tennis contributor Adam Ross — visit our Florida Tennis Facebook page.


Written by Florida Tennis' Editor and Publisher Matt Pressman. Source: Miami Open presented by Itaú. Top image: Miami Open/Hard Rock Stadium.  

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