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Miami Open regains momentum after successful move to Hard Rock Stadium campus

Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz helped draw bumper crowds at the 2022 Miami Open (Credit: Getty Images)

After being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic for the past two years, the Miami Open made a successful full-capacity return with the tournament's highest attendance its history, further justifying the move to transform the NFL venue into a multipurpose sports facility.

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