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Sony Open comes to Key Biscayne

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The Sony Open is coming to Key Biscayne this year, and promises to bring some super sizzling athletes to Miami. It also draws many wonderful celebrities, and Rafael Nadal will even be playing on Saturday, March 22, at night. This premier annual sporting event will takes place from March 17 through March 30.

This year's roster continues to brings some caliente Latin flavor to Miami. There is no doubt that South Florida’s Latin community will have someone to root for! Participating Spanish speaking countries include Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Spain and Colombia, among others.

Some of the 2014 Sony Open Superstars include Monica Puig, from Puerto Rico; Garbine Murguruza, From Venezuela; Juan Monaco, from Argentina; Feliciano Lopez, from Spain; and Santiago Giraldo, form Colombia. Last year, Andy Murray and Serena Williams came out being Sony Open Champions. Who will be this year's superstars?

Will you be attending this year's Sony Open? This event has received over 300,000 visitors four years in a row. A quarter of its attendees are from Latin American countries like Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina, so you just know it's going to be a fiesta!

Tell us what wonderful superstars you will be rooting for this year at Miami's Sony Open.

Please visit the Sony Open website for more information.

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