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Miami Open 2024: Preview, draws, how to watch, player list & UK TV times


From tennis paradise in the Californian desert to the East Coast, the second of back-to-back WTA and ATP 1000 events is right around the corner with the world’s best stars preparing to complete the sunshine double at the Miami Open.

Find out everything you need to know about the 2024 Miami Open, from who’s competing to the draw and how to watch the tournament in the UK.

When is the Miami Open 2024?

The 2024 Miami Open will get underway with the qualifying rounds on  Sunday 17 March, with the main draw action kicking off on Wednesday 20 March.

Both the men’s singles and women’s singles finals will bring the tournament to a close on Sunday 31 March.

The day sessions will begin a 16:00 UK time (11:00 local time) with night sessions starting at 00:00 UK time (19:00 local time).

Where is the Miami Open 2024 taking place?

Once again, the Hard Rock Stadium will play host to the two-week long event in Miami.

The complex comprises of 30 courts, with the stadium court having the capacity to holding 13,800 spectators, while an additional 3,500 line the Butch Buchholz Court to provide a world-class tennis experience for fans.

Who are the reigning Miami Open champions?

  • Women’s singles: Petra Kvitova (CZE)
  • Men’s singles: Daniil Medvedev
  • Women’s doubles: Jessica Pegula (USA) & Coco Gauff (USA)
  • Men’s doubles: Santiago Gonzalez (MEX) & Edouard Roger-Vasselin (FRA)

When is the Miami Open 2024 draw?

More information regarding the Miami Open draw will be available below:

Women’s draw

Men’s draw

Which British players will be competing at Miami Open 2024?

A host of top British tennis players will be Miami bound for the second combined WTA and ATP 1000 event of the month.

Leading the charge in the women’s draw, British No.1 Katie Boulter is ready to leave her mark in Miami. Boulter has made significant strides as of late and enters the tournament fresh off the back of lifting her first WTA 500 title at the San Diego Open. The Brit took down four seeded players en route to the silverware, including Beatriz Haddad Maia, Donna Vekic, Emma Navarro and Marta Kostyuk.

Currently sanding at a career-best ranking of world No.27 – will Boulter shine on the big stage once again?


We can expect to see the four highest ranked British male players contest the men’s singles title, with Cam Norrie, Jack Draper, Dan Evans and Andy Murray all set to feature.

The British No.1 has made a strong start to his 2024 campaign having reached the final four at the Rio Open, while Draper made headway at the Mexican Open where he enjoyed a run to the semi-finals of an ATP 500 event for the first time in his career, defeating the likes of Tommy Paul, Yoshihito Nishioka and Miomir Kecmanovic.

Meanwhile, Evans and Murray will be hoping they can string a deep run together on the East Coast.

The doubles draw is also set to welcome a strong British contingent, with Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev Ram entering as the third seeds.

2023 quarter-finalists Neal Skupski and Lloyd Glasspool will be joined by Santiago Gonzalez and Jean-Julien Rojer respectively, while Qatar Open champion Jamie Murray and newly-crowned Delray Beach Open title holder Julian Cash complete the star-studded entry list.

Wheelchair tennis stars Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid will also compete in the tournament's first ever Wheelchair Tennis Invitational event at the Hard Rock Stadium. The event will take place between 26-28 March and host some of the world's best Paralympic tennis players.

Past British performances at Miami Open

The Miami Open has crowned a number of British stars since its introduction to the ATP and WTA schedule in 1985.


Former world No.1 Murray is a two-time Miami Open champion, having taken home the trophy twice in his career. The three-time Grand Slam champion defeated Novak Djokovic 6-2, 7-5 to secure his maiden crown in 2009, before picking up a second in 2013 where he edged Spain’s David Ferrer in a three-set thriller. Murray also finished runner-up on two occasions (2012, 2015).

Meanwhile, Johanna Konta etched her name on the trophy in 2017. The former British No.1 defeated some of the highest-ranked players including Simona Halep, Venus Williams and Caronline Wozniacki en route to lifting what was the biggest title of her career.

While the doubles draw is yet to see a British champion, a couple have come close with the British duo of Skupski and Evans finishing runners-up in 2021 after missing out to Nikola Mektic & Mate Pavic 6-2, 6-2, while Skupski also fell short in the 2022 final alongside Dutchman Wesley Koolhof. Could 2024 finally be the year a Brit claims victory in the doubles?

Miami Open prize money

This year, the Miami Open total prize money is $17,600,000. Find the prize money break down for the singles draw below:

Round Prize money
Winner $1,100,000
Runner-up $585,000
Semi-final $325,000
Quarter-final $185,000
Fourth round $101,000
Third round $59,100
Second round $34,500
First round $23,250

How to watch Miami Open 2024

All coverage of the Miami Open will be available to watch exclusively on Sky Sports Tennis and Now TV.

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