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Style Serves Up At Tiny Tennis Tournament

The sports world welcomed many stylish celebrities on a cool and picturesque evening in luxurious Miami on Wednesday evening, March 19, 2014. The buzz around the city focused on a star-studded celebration of the "Tiny Tennis" tournament which was taking placing at The Viceroy's Club 50. Moët & Chandon champagne was flowing as Roger Federer was wowing the crowd, looking rather sporty, tennis racket in hand.

The happy couple smiles for photos in a cozy setting at The Viceroy Club 50 in Miami.
Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for Moët & Chandon

Federer – international tennis champion and Moët & Chandon Global Brand Ambassador – served as umpire for the "Tiny Tennis" matches, with some familiar players ,Juan Pablo Galavis of ABC's "The Bachelor," Giovani Bernard of the Cincinnati Bengals, Jon Beason of the NY Giants, Tracy Wilson Mourning and more. Giovani Bernard was victorious against his competitors as the official winner of the "Tiny Tennis" tournament, earning a jeroboam of Moet & Chandon and a chance to play Federer on the miniature court. The audience was watching closely in trend-setting style.

All eyes were fixated on the newest couple, Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell, as Nikki cheered for her man in a very enticing pink dress which complimented her wavy blond locks. Despite losing in the semi-finals, when the Pharrell Williams “Happy” came on, Juan Pablo danced playfully for her, magnanimously gifting her a crystallized jeroboam of Moët that he had won.

This is only a preview of what is to come at the much publicized Sony Open Tournament begins today, March 21, 2014, in lovely Key Biscayne, surrounded by crystal blue waters. Moët & Chandon is committed to the tennis world as the Official Champagne of the Sony Open for the first year. Expect to see top fashions, well-known celebrities and plenty of sunshine all in honor of the tennis champions.

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