The 2015 Miami Open is in full swing with several star tennis players cruising on to the semifinals. Miami Open tickets can still be purchased for the semifinals on April 2nd, which will then be followed by the finals on the fourth and fifth at Tennis Center at Crandon Park.
It’s been a wild ride through the first few days, as most of the sleepers have fallen to the top seeds, while No. 1 seeded Novak Djokovic is still alive on the men’s side after surviving a slow start. With Rafael Nadal already eliminated and Roger Federer not even taking part in this year’s Miami Open, Djokovic is correctly thought to be the favorite to win the men’s side of the tournament.
It’s possible Djokovic could end up facing stiffer competition as he advances, and it could easily end up coming in the form of Andy Murray. Murray has done well in the tournament so far and has made it to the semifinals, while also collecting his 500th career win on the way. The men don’t get all of the attention, however, as Serena Williams continues her dominance on the women’s side. Williams made it past Sabine Lisicki in three sets while reaching an elite milestone of her own with her 700th win. Williams will be moving on to take on Simona Halep or Sloane Stephens in the women’s semifinals on Thursday.
Fans can catch the action live two different times when the semifinals get going on April 2nd, where tickets to the Miami Open can be had for $156.35 or $196.12. The mens singles semifinals leak into Friday with the women’s doubles semifinals and fans can take in that action for just $186.87, on average. The true value comes in the finals, however, where fans can watch the top tennis players in the men’s singles go head to head for just $264.56, with the women’s single title coming the next day for even less ($163.26).
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Things could change at a moment’s notice with how heated the competition has been on both sides over the last few days, but for now Williams and Djokovic are the heavy favorites to take down the rest of the competition and win the 2015 Miami Open. Both Williams and Djokovic are the returning champs from last year’s tournament, so fans can probably expect for repeat performances. Part of the haul for Miami Open tickets is to simply see these two star tennis players dominate the competition, while cheering for an upset also plays into the value.