Miami Open 2023: Preview, draw, schedule, how to watch and UK TV times
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From the Californian desert to the East Coast, the second consecutive combined ATP and WTA 1000 event is just around the corner as the biggest names in tennis head to Miami to complete the ‘Sunshine Double’.
Find out everything you need to know about the dates, draws, player list and how to watch the Miami Open in the UK.
When is Miami Open 2023?
This year’s Miami Open will take place from Monday 20 March through to Sunday 2 April.
Day session matches are set to start at 15:00 UK time (11:00 local time), with night sessions getting underway at 23:00 (19:00 local time).
Where is the Miami Open taking place?
The two-week long tennis tournament will welcome some of the world’s best players on the ATP and WTA tour to the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
30 courts line the tennis campus in the sunshine state, with the stadium court having the capacity to hold 13,800 spectators, with an additional 3,500 seats on the Butch Buchholz Court to provide the ultimate tennis experience.
Who are the reigning Miami Open champions?
- Men’s singles – Carlos Alcaraz (ESP)
- Women’s singles – Iga Swiatek (POL)
- Men’s doubles – Hubert Hurkacz (POL) and John Isner (USA)
- Women’s doubles – Laura Siegemund (GER) and Vera Zvonareva
When is the Miami Open 2023 draw?
More information on the draws for Miami Open 2023 will be announced soon.
Which British players will be competing at Miami Open 2023?
Having endured her most successful run at a tournament since her 2021 US Open win at BNP Paribas Indian Wells, Emma Raducanu will be hoping to carry her momentum over from the desert to Miami.
The British No.1 clocked wins against world No.21 Magda Linette and world No.13 Beatriz Haddad Maia at Indian Wells, where she displayed dominant tennis that led her to Grand Slam victory before bowing out in the Round of 16 to world No.1 Iga Swiatek.
British No.1 Cam Norrie enters the event in Miami off the back of another strong run at Indian Wells, where the Brit made it to the quarter-final before bowing out to American Frances Tiafoe in straight sets. Last year, Norrie made it to the Round of 16 where he bowed out to eventual runner up Casper Ruud and will be looking to go further in the tournament this year as he continues his fine form.
Joining him will be World No.26 Dan Evans and Andy Murray who both lost out in Indian Wells to fellow countryman Jack Draper - who has had to withdraw from the Miami Open due to injury. Kyle Edmund is also set to compete in Miami and faces a first round match-up against world No.64 Yibing Wu.
Last year’s runners up Neal Skupski will be leading the charge for the British doubles alongside Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof. The British, Dutch duo won three Masters 1000 titles in 2022 and will be looking to go one step further this year to lift the Miami Open title for the first time in their careers.
Sixth seeds Lloyd Glasspool and Finland’s Harri Heliovaara will be looking to capitalise on their desert-success as they go in pursuit of a fourth career title together. Meanwhile Joe Salisbury will once again partner Rajeev Ram and Jamie Murray and Michael Venus will come together in a bid to win their second title of the year.
How to watch Miami Open 2023
All coverage of the Miami Open will be available to watch exclusively on Prime Video.