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Where to watch Miami Open tennis 2024: Schedule, channel, prize money, tickets for ATP, WTA event | Sporting News



Where to watch Miami Open tennis 2024: Schedule, channel, prize money, tickets for ATP, WTA event | Sporting News

The 39th edition of the Miami Open gets underway on Tuesday, March 19, as one of the global tennis calendar’s most prestigious events begins in Florida. The 2024 ATP and WTA Tours have taken plenty of twists and turns so far this year, with Jannik Sinner and Iga Swiatek currently leading the way in each.

Sinner lost in straight sets to Daniil Medvedev in last year’s final, going down 7-5 6-3 as the Russian claimed his third ATP title of the year, although coming into this year’s edition of the tournament, the pair are seeded second and third respectively behind 2022 champion Carlos Alcaraz. That victory was the then 18-year-old Spaniard’s first in an ATP Masters 1000 event — he’s gone on to win four since, as well as two grand slams.

The race for the women’s singles title in 2024 is wide open, with last year’s champion Petra Kvitova absent through her pregnancy this time around. She defeated Elena Rybakina 7-6 6-2 in the decider, with the Kazakhstani seeded fourth behind Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka and Coco Gauff coming into the tournament.

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There’s plenty of tennis to keep pace with over the next 13 days, as the men’s and women’s singles and doubles competitions begin at Miami Gardens, and The Sporting News has all your scheduling, TV and streaming details to ensure you keep tabs on all the action in this year’s Miami Open.

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2024 Miami Open schedule 

It’s not one of the four grand slams that all tennis players the world over dream of winning, but the Miami Open is certainly up there — being classified as both an ATP Masters 1000 and a WTA 1000 event, one of just nine such tournaments held in that regard.

With qualifying and the women’s first round getting underway today at 11:00 a.m. local time (ET), we’re ready for 13 days of world-class tennis between the men’s, women’s and doubles competitions at Miami Careens, which culminates with the men’s singles final on Sunday, March 31.

Date Events
Tuesday, March 19 Men’s Final Qualifying, Women’s Singles Round 1
Wednesday, March 20 Men’s Singles Round 1, Women’s Singles Round 1
Thursday, March 21 Men’s Round 1, Women’s Round 2, Doubles
Friday, March 22 Men’s Round 2, Women’s Round 2, Doubles
Saturday, March 23 Men’s Round 2, Women’s Round 3, Doubles
Sunday, March 24 Men’s Round 3, Women’s Round 3, Doubles
Monday, March 25 Men’s Round 3, Women’s Round 4, Doubles
Tuesday, March 26 Men’s Round 4, Women’s Quarterfinals, Doubles
Wednesday, March 27 Men’s Quarterfinals, Women’s Quarterfinals, Doubles Quarterfinals
Thursday, March 28 Men’s Quarterfinals, Women’s Semifinals, Men’s Doubles Semifinals
Friday, March 29 Men’s Semifinals, Women’s Doubles Semifinals
Saturday, March 30 Women’s Singles FinalMen’s Doubles Final
Sunday, March 31 Men’s Singles Final, Women’s Doubles Final

2024 Miami Open TV channel, live stream

Here’s how to watch live coverage of the 2024 Miami Open across selected regions of the world:

Region TV Streaming
USA Tennis Channel, T2 Fubo, TCPlus
Canada TSN

TSN+, DAZN (WTA only)

UK Sky Sports Sky Go App, NOW TV
Australia beIN Sports beIn Connect

USA: The home of tennis in the US, the Tennis Channel, will be broadcasting live coverage of the tournament from start to finish, with build-up and analysis either side of matches in both the men’s and women’s competitions. Fubo also have access to the Tennis Channel’s feed and are streaming the whole tournament live for subscribers, as well as offering a FREE trial for new customers.

Canada: Coverage of the tournament in Canada will be shown via TSN’s English-speaking coverage, although a French-language broadcast of the action is yet to be confirmed. DAZN are also streaming the WTA action both live and on catch-up.

UK: Sky Sports’ own tennis channel will be showing wall-to-wall coverage of both the men’s and women’s tournaments, with subscribers also able to access Sky’s feed on either the Sky Go or NOW TV streaming platforms.

Australia: beIn Sports are providing live coverage of the tournament to Australia-based subscribers, who can also use the beIN Connect streaming service to watch matches both live and on catch-up TV. The WTA tournament is available on beIn’s Southeast Asia channel.

2024 Miami Open prize money

Prize money for this year’s Miami Open is being split equally between the men’s and women’s tournaments, both in terms of singles and doubles, albeit the winning purse for doubles teams is a lesser amount. The total prize fund of $17,991,110 is therefore shared between the ATP and WTA, who will receive $8,995,555 apiece in their respective competitions.

For the singles competitions, both ATP and WTA winners will collect $1,100,000, with that prize money being roughly halved for each player eliminated at the stages prior to the decider. The doubles final winners will earn $447,300 between them, with the prize money for that section of the competition beginning at the round of 32 stage.

Stage Reached Prize Money
Winner $1,100,000
Runner-up finalist $585,000
Semifinals $325,000
Quarterfinals $185,000
Round of 16 $101,000
Round of 32 $59,100
Round of 64 $42,000
Round of 128 $30,050
Round 2 Qualifier $14,400
Round 1 Qualifier $7,800

2024 Miami Open tennis tickets 

  • Tickets: StubHub
  • Cheapest: $25
  • Most expensive: $4,961

A decent number of tickets for this year’s Miami Open are on StubHub, which includes a full display of the seating plan at Miami Gardens for you to pick the exact vantage point you want to watch the action from, and purchase up to eight tickets at a time.

With plenty of days of world-class tennis coming up and tickets still available for all 10 of the separate day and night sessions, there’s a huge swing in pricing dependent on which stage of the tournament you’re attending, and which seats you view the action from.

Tickets for the first session on Wednesday, March 20 begin at $25, and prices rise to as high as $4,961 for a seat which directly overlooks the court in ‘the 72 Club’ for the final on Sunday, March 31!

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