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Sources: Stephen Ross Proposes Bringing Miami Open To New Complex Near Hard Rock

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 27 / 17

Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross has "proposed building a state-of-the-art tennis complex adjacent to Hard Rock Stadium and partnering" with the ATP/WTA Miami Open owners to "move the 32-year-old tournament from Key Biscayne to Miami Gardens," according to sources cited in a front-page piece by Kaufman &...

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