A few players are already in Miami getting an early peak at the new stadium. Grigor Dimitrov pulled out of Indian Wells with a shoulder injury, but is already practicing at the Hard Rock Stadium. He gave viewers a look from the inside.
This year, the Miami Open moved from its longtime home in Key Biscayne, and under new tournament director James Blake, will look to get off on a strong foot in its new home. One thing is for sure, it'll be a lot easier to access the site with the I-95 highway right next door.
Eugenie Bouchard is another player already in Miami getting ready. It makes sense as the Canadian has a residence nearby, and lost in the first round in Indian Wells.
The Miami Open courts used to be purple, but now are more of an aqua green, matching with the Miami Dolphins colors.
More and more players will be exploring the new site in the coming days, and Lesia Tsurenko is another one that's already getting used to the conditions. She was one of the star guests in Tennis Channel's Confessional Cart last week.
Miami Open main draw action kicks off with the women on Tuesday.