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2023 Miami Open Finals | how to watch on TV and online

The action is hot down south in the ‘Orange State’ and that’s precisely why we’re giving you the low down on how to watch the finals of the 2023 Miami Open.

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The action is hot down south in the ‘Orange State’ and that’s precisely why we’re giving you the low down on how to watch the finals of the 2023 Miami Open.
Geoff BurkeUSA TODAY Sports via Reuters Con

The finals for the 2023 Miami Open will be played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida on both Saturday 1st & 2nd, April 2023. The former will see the men’s doubles final and the women’s singles final, while the latter will bring the men’s singles final and women’s doubles final. Play is set to begin at 1:00 p.m. ET on both days.

Watch the 2023 Miami Open final live stream on FuboTV (free trial available)

When does the 2023 Miami Open final begin

The finals for the 2023 Miami Open including men’s and women’s singles along with men’s and women’s doubles are set for April 1st and 2nd, March 2023 with play beginning at the following times on both days:

  • 1:00 p.m. ET
  • 10:00 a.m. PT

How to watch the 2023 Miami Open finals?

If you’re watching on TV, then you can find the 2023 Miami Open finals on the following channel:

  • Tennis Channel

You can also watch the 2023 Miami Open finals live stream on FuboTV (free trial available)

2023 Miami Open finals: our pre-tournament lay of the land

Though the round of 32 has just come to a close, the field in the 2023 Miami Open is still very much stacked. There are of course the usual suspects still hanging around like the young Spaniard and World No. 1, Carlos Alcaraz, as well as Daniil Medvedev, Casper Ruud and the improving American, Tommy Paul. We’ve also got a few surprises like Dusan Lajovic who got the better of former World No. 1 Andy Murray and Taylor Fritz who like his compatriot Paul is also very much on the rise.

On the women’s side the young American, Coco Gauff continued her struggles as she was dismissed by Anastasia Potapova in the round of 32, while World No. 7 Elena Rybakina continued her good form in a victory over Spain’s Paula Badosa. In the all-American affair, World No. 3 Jessica Pegula bested her fellow countrywoman Danielle Collins to book her spot in the next round. This is all to say, we’ve got a lot of prize money on the line so be sure to catch the action in Miami because it’s going to be good!