Showing posts from March, 2014

The 5th Annual All-Star Charity Tennis Event at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne

Sazoneros! I hope you've been enjoying the amazing weather in Miami this week. Since I've been soaking in all outdoor events lately, I had the pleasure of checking out this year's 5th annual All-Star Charity Tennis Event over at The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne on Tuesday, March 18th. The world's top men’s and women’s players returned to The Cliff Drysdale Tennis Center to support First Serve Miami , an organization that helps economically and socially challenged youth learn tennis and valuable life skills by participating in free, affordable tennis and education programs throughout the school year, as well as during the summer. On March 18th, 24 amateur players had the opportunity to test their skills in a Round Robin qualifying tournament in which the winners earned a chance to play against and alongside our favorite tennis superstars. Here's a rundown of the players who participated in the event this year: Novak Djokovic - won six Grand Slam titles and rank

The Sony Open Tennis Tournament returns to Key Biscayne on March 17th!

Sazoneros!! You know I'm a huge tennis fan so I'm excited that we're officially getting closer to celebrating the 30th edition of the Sony Open ! In case you didn't know, I was a ball girl for three years back in college. Cool right? Well, get ready to see the best tennis stars in the world around town this month as they take center stage at Miami Tennis Center in Crandon Park from March 17th to March 30th. The purple courts of Sony Open Tennis will be sizzling on Saturday, March 22 at 8pm when World No. 1 Rafael Nadal (pictured above) returns to Miami seeking his first Sony Open title. The 13-time Grand Slam winner Nadal is a fan favorite, having made appearances in a career-high 14 finals in 2013 and claiming 10 titles throughout the course of his career. Off to a strong start in 2014, Nadal was a finalist at this year’s Australian Open and is hungry to make his mark in Miami.  You can also expect to see Serena Williams, 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Fed