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Sony Ericsson 2014
Sony Ericsson 2014

 
Friday, March 21, 2014
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The Sony Ericsson Open is one of the most anticipated tournaments in professional tennis and this event brings thousands to South Florida every year. It began in 1960 and however was solidified in 1980 with the backing of Thomas Lipton who created a two week players tournament and the Lipton Tournament was created. Throughout the years various other interests have sponsored this tournament, bringing us to the Sony Ericsson.

The fanfare and celebrity events associated with the Sony Ericsson have increased trifold and last year was a performance by DJ Calvin Harris and celebrities included Rob Low, Jeffrey Donovan Star Jones, Alex Rodriguez, Bridget Moynahan, and Dario Franchitti to name just a few. This tournament began the 17th and will run through the 30th. Men’s and women’s singles and doubles schedules are below and the sessions are available in afternoon and evening. The schedule is below and pricing are available if you click here! Enjoy!

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