Miami Open 2023 Results, Prize Money, Players, Schedule, Tickets

One of the biggest and most viewed tournaments outside of the Grand Slams, the Miami Open is right around the corner. The second ATP Masters 1000 tournament of the season is set to feature 5 previous titlists in the ATP competition alone. Calling the event one of the most highly anticipated ATP events would be an understatement so as the date draws clearer, let’s get you up to speed with everything you need to know about the 2023 ATP Miami Open.

Miami Open 2023
ATP Miami Open 2023

Miami Open Tennis Tournament

The Miami Open, also known as the Miami Open presented by Itaú, is an annual outdoor hardcourt tournament set in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA. As a WTA and ATP-sanctioned event, the event is part of the WTA 1000 and ATP Masters 1000 series of events respectively, which are the highest rank of Tour events behind the Grand Slam tournaments. It is the second of these ATP tournaments held at Hard Rock Stadium.

It is also the second tournament of the Sunshine Double which are 2 Masters 1000 events held on a hardcourt that kick off the tennis season in the USA, the first being the Indian Wells Masters. This year will mark the 39th edition of the event and the 3rd edition since it was canceled in 2020. Given its size that is comparable to a Grand Slam event, it is one of only 2 ATP Masters 1000 tournaments that extends past just 8 days. The titles sponsor for the event, Itaú, is an international bank based in Brazil.

LocationIndian Wells, California, USA
VenueIndian Wells Tennis Garden
Tour categoryATP Masters 1000
Prize Money$8,800,000
Draw96 S, 32 D

Miami Masters 2023 Results

In 2023, In form Russian star Daniil Medvedev clinched Miami Open 2023 singles title. Daniil faced Italian sensation Jannik Sinner in final and defeat him in straight sets (7-5, 6-3). Medvedev have been finalist in last 5 ATP tour and won 4 of them (Miami Open, Dubai Tennis Championship, Qatar Open, and ATP Rotterdam). Miami Masters is 5th masters title for Russian star in his career.

Daniil Medvedev Miami Open
Daniil Medvedev

In doubles championship, The Mexican tennis player Santiago González and the French Édouard Roger-Vasselin were crowned men’s doubles champions of the Miami Masters 1000 by defeating Frenchman Nicolas Mahut and the American Austin Krajicek in the final, in two sets by partials of 7-6 and 7 -5, in a duel that lasted one hour and 44 minutes. The victory in Miami represents the first Masters 1000 crown for the Mexican and the 20th title in his professional career, in addition to the second so far this season after the one obtained in Marseille, where he also played alongside Roger-Vasselin.

Santiago González and Édouard Roger-Vasselin

Miami Open History and Previous Winners


The Miami Open was first established to become the first major tournament of the season or the first Grand Slam event of the season. Former player Butch Buchholz founded the event, dubbing it the “Winter Wimbledon”. The event held its inaugural edition at Delray Beach, moved to Boca West for the second edition until finally finding a more permanent home at Key Biscayne.

The latest location change came in 2019 when it was moved once again, to Miami Gardens. The event was often called the “Fifth Major” and for a time, it was a one-of-a-kind event, below the Grand Slams and ATP World Tour Finals, but above all other tour events. Given its long history, the event was once also a part of the Grand Prix Tennis Tour. Today, it is one of the 2 main ATP Masters 1000 tournaments, making up the “Sunshine Double” along with the Indian Wells Masters held right before it.

ATP Miami Open Winners

The winners at the Miami Open all share one common, they have all been ranked in the Top 10 and most winners have also been ranked the world no. 1. Players like Jim Connors, Thomas Muster, Ivan Lendl, Michael Chang, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Marcelo Rios, the Big Three, Andy Murray, David Ferrer, Carlos Moya, and soo many more of the best tennis players in history, have played in Miami. Andre Agassi and Novak Djokovic, both hold the record for most singles titles at the event, with 6. They also hold the title for most consecutive title wins with 3 each.

YearSingles ChampionDoubles Champions
2023Daniil MedvedevSantiago González / Édouard Roger-Vasselin
2022  Carlos AlcarazJohn Isner / Hubert Hurkacz
2021  Hubert HurkaczNikola Mektic / Nikola Mektic
2019  Roger FedererBob Bryan / Mike Bryan
2018  John IsnerBob Bryan / Mike Bryan
2017  Roger FedererMarcelo Melo / Lukasz Kubot

Miami Open 2023 Prize Money and Points

A total financial commitment of $10,155,105 was made for the event of which, $8,800,000 has been reserved as prize money. This value is a slight improvement compared to last year’s edition as in 2022, the total prize money was set at $8,584,055. The prize distribution is as follows:

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
4th Round$96,955——90
3rd Round$55,770——45
2nd Round$30,885$33,46025 S, 90 D
1st Round$18,660$18,02010 S, 0 D

Keep in mind the prize fund and prize money distribution may be subject to change.

Miami Open Draw

The event will have 96 singles and 32 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses.

Miami Open 2023 Dates

The Miami Open ATP main draw will take place across 12 days from 22 March- 2 April with a qualifying round held on the 2 days prior; the 20th and 21st of March.

Miami Open 2023 Schedule

The official schedule is as follows:

 DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
22nd MarchRound 1Round 1
23rd MarchRound 1Round 1
24th MarchRound 2Round 1
25th MarchRound 2Round 1
26th MarchRound 3Round 1
27th MarchRound 3Round 2
28th MarchRound 4Round 2
29th MarchQuarter FinalsQuarter Finals
30th MarchQuarter FinalsQuarter Finals
31st MarchSemi FinalsSemi Finals
1st April——-Finale
2nd AprilFinale——

Keep in mind this schedule may be subject to change.

Miami Open 2023 Players List

The Miami Open and all other ATP Masters 1000 events always feature the top-ranking players from around the world. The Miami Open will have both new and familiar faces participating at the event along with 5 previous titlists. 2 Big Three members will also be playing with Novak Djokovic headlining the singles competition. The world no. 1 holds the joint record for most singles titles at the event and he is accompanied by 2-time champion and former no. 1 Andy Murray, and the new generation superstars Hubert Hurkacz and Carlos Alcaraz who are the most recent champions.

Home favorites John Isner, the 5th former titlist, and the no. 1 American player, world no. 5 Taylor Fritz have also been confirmed. Almost the entirety of the Top 50, including all of the Top 100 will be playing. Other notable players that will participate in the main draw include Cameron Norrie, Alexander Zverez, Andrey Rublev, Marin Cilic, Grigor Dimitrov, and many others. The full player’s list is as follows:

Miami Open 2023 Singles Top Seeds

SeedPlayerATP Ranking
1Novak Djokovic1
2Carlos ALcaraz2
3Stefanos Tsitsipas3
4Casper Ruud4
5Taylor Fritz5
6Andrey Rublev6
7Daniil Medvedev (champion)7
8Rafael Nadal8
9Felix Auger-Alisassime9
10Holger Rune10
11Hubert Hurcakz11
12Cameron Norrie12
13Jannik Sinner (runner-up)13
14Karen Khachanov14
15Frances Tiafoe15
16Alexander Zverev16
17Pablo Carreno Busta17
18Lorenzo Musetti18
19Nick Kyrgios19
20Borna Coric20
21Tommy Paul21
22Marin Cilic22
23Alex de Minaur23
24Matteo Berrettini24
25Grigor Dimitrov25
26Sebastian Korda26
27Denis Shapovalov27
28Roberto Bautista Agut28
29Daniel Evans29
30Alejandro Davidovich Fokina31
31Yoshihito Nishioka32
32Francisco Cerrundolo33

Remaining Players

PlayerATP Ranking
Sebastian Baez35
John Isner36
Maxime Cressy37
Diego Schwartzman38
J.J. Wolf39
Tallon Griekspoor40
Ben Shelton42
Richard Gasquet43
Brandon Nakashima46
Albert Ramos-Vinolas47
 Marc-Andrea Huesler48
Mackenzie McDonald49
Alexander Bublik50
Emil Ruusuvori51
Jiri Lehecka52
Constant Lestienne53
Alex Molcan54
Marcos Giron55
Federico Coria56
Laslo Djere57
Gregoire Barrere58
Pedro Cachin59
Benjamin Bonzi60
Adrian Mannarino62
Quentin Halys64
Corentin Moutet65
Jaume Munar66
Filip Krajinovic67
Sonwoo Kwon68
Mikael Ymer69
Andy Murray70
Lorenzo Sonego71
Arthur Rinderknech72
Pedro Martinez76
Marton Fucsovics78
Ilya Ivashka79
Fabio Fognini86
Stan Wawrinka (PR)105
Gael Monfils (PR)208
Kyle Edmund (PR)548
Guido Pella729

Miami Open Singles Wild Card Entries

  • Dominic Thiem
  • Kyle Edmund (Protected Ranking)
  • Gaël Monfils (Protected Ranking)
  • Stan Wawrinka (Protected Ranking)

ATP Miami Open 2023 Doubles Main draw

1Rajeev Ram / Joe Salisbury3
2Wesley Koolhof / Neal Skupski6
3Marcelo Arévalo / Jean-Julien Rojer10
4Nikola Mektić / Mate Pavić15
5Ivan Dodig / Austin Krajicek19
6Lloyd Glasspool / Harri Heliövaara23
7Marcel Granollers / Horacio Zeballos29

Miami Open 2023 Tickets

A standard single session ticket applies for one day/night session and each day of the event is split into 2 sessions, except for during the qualifications stage; the 20th and 21st, and the last 2 days of the event; the 1st and 2nd of April. To learn more about the many tickets and packages, and to purchase them, click on the link mentioned below.

Tickets are available in numerous categories including single-session tickets, Mini plans, Duration packages, daily doubles, and group packages. The Mini plans tickets themselves have numerous options that offer partial tournament coverage and the Duration package covers the whole of the main draw. The daily doubles apply for a whole day, for both sessions, and for groups of 10 or more people, group packages will offer discounted prices. Multiple luxury, travel, and box seat options are also available.