Catch world-class tennis up close as the Miami Open returns to Crandon Park in Key Biscayne. There's nothing like seeing the world's top tennis players go head-to-head under the beautiful Miami skies, and this year promises high-intensity action on the court as No. 1-ranked Roger Federer and No. 2 Rafael Nadal both return for a re-match of last year's men's final. For the women, No. 2-ranked Caroline Wozniacki made it to the finals last year, before losing to Johanna Konta, both of whom will be back, as well as top-ranked Simona Halep. Aside from killer tennis and gorgeous weather, the tournament has some great eats. Cool down with a make-your-own gelato and sorbet pop, chow down on charcoal-grilled Argentinean-style meats, and more. Your ticket gets you a seat inside the stadium, but you're also free to visit the general admission sections in the Grandstand and all outer courts.