Miami, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/14/2013 -- Tennis star Roger Federer has decided to skip the Sony Tennis Open set to take place this weekend in Key Biscayne, Florida. Federer is taking a seven week hiatus to get some full-time training time in.
Because Federer is a long time player and has played 600 matches, under ATP Tour rules Federer is clear to not have to commit to a certain number of matches. Organizers are disappointed for fans, but are still looking forward to an action packed tournament.
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The Sony Open tennis tournament is the 12-day "Winter Wimbledon" or "Miami Masters" Sony Open boasts the participation of the world's top men's and women's tennis players. The Sony Tennis Open will take place March 8-31, 2013 in Key Biscayne at Crandon Park, which is near Miami, Florida.
Since its birth in 1985, the top tennis players from around the world have played and won the Sony Open. Names like Federer, Aggasi, Lendel and Djokovic have held up the trophy on the men’s side, while the Williams sisters, Steffi Graf, and Martina Hingis are a small sample of the women’s champions. This year the world’s top tennis players will come to Miami to compete in the Sony Open. When buying Sony Open Tickets choose Tickets of America.
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