‘A new beginning for the Miami Open.’ The tournament’s makeover has officially begun

The Miami Open is being held on Key Biscayne for the final time during the next two weeks; and the new era of the tennis tournament officially began Monday with a lavish groundbreaking ceremony at Hard Rock Stadium, where the event will move in 2019 after 31 years at its tropical, if outdated home.

Miami Dolphins and stadium owner Stephen Ross, 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams, WME-IMG co-president Mark Shapiro and newly-appointed tournament director James Blake were on hand with shovels in hand to promote the new facility.

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