March 10th, 2016

Kids Will Share the Tennis Stage at 2016 Miami Open Kids Day

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Parents and fans watch on at the 2015 Kids Day at the Miami Open

Parents and fans watch on at the 2015 Kids Day at the Miami Open

World No. 1s Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic, and virtually all the top stars in the tennis galaxy will descend on the 2016 Miami Open on March 21-April 3.

On Day 2 of the event, parents and kids will take over the Grandstand Court in celebration of Miami Open Kids Day.

The tournament gates will open at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, and Kids Day activities on the Grandstand and an Interactive Court will begin at 9:30 a.m. The Grandstand event will run from 9:30-11:30 a.m., while the Interactive Court will be open throughout the day until 5 p.m. Tickets also grant access to all the action of the Day Session matches.

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Victoria Azarenka and John Isner at the 2015 Miami Open Kids Day

“All youth will receive a ‘passport’ which will schedule their time on the Grandstand court to complete each station and get their passport stamped,” says USTA Florida Director of Marketing, Membership & Communications Laura Bowen. “Once all stations have been completed, they will leave the court, and can watch from the Grandstand seats or proceed to the USTA Florida Interactive Courts. We’re looking forward to having whole families playing together again on the Interactive Courts.”

The first 500 youth participants finishing can redeem their completed passports at the USTA Florida booth for a t-shirt and other gifts. Parents can also stop at the USTA Florida booth, adjacent to the Interactive Court outside the Grandstand, for tennis programming and play information in their areas.

Special guests will include famed coach Nick Bollettieri, ATP and WTA players, and an event D.J. to be announced. The Miami Open Kids Day will be covered by the Univision television network in addition to other media outlets.

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