Watch the 2024 Miami Open Online for Free From Anywhere

The 2024 Miami Open can now be watched for free from the comfort of your home. Scroll below to learn about the different platforms where you can watch the tennis tournament.

by Ritu

Updated Apr 04, 2024

Watch the 2024 Miami Open Online for Free From Anywhere

Miami Open 2024

The Miami Open, also known as the Miami Masters, is an annual professional tennis tournament held in Miami Gardens, Florida, United States at Hard Rock Stadium. It is a professional tennis tournament that started on March 19 and will be held till March 31, 2024. 

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The tournament is a part of the ATP Masters 1000 events on the ATP Tour and the WTA 1000 events on the WTA Tour.  The Miami Open is one of the events on the ATP and WTA tours where the main singles draw (for both men and women) involves more than 64 players and extends beyond one week. 96 men and 96 women compete in the singles, and 32 teams compete in doubles competitions.

Watch the Tournament Online for Free

The Miami Open will be available for both cable and satellite subscribers nationally. There are many streaming options available to watch the tournament.  The cheapest way to watch the Miami Open finals is Amazon Prime Video in the UK and Ireland.

Users can choose Amazon Prime Video’s 30-day free trial to watch the tournament for free! However, the Miami Open 2024 is only available in the UK and Ireland on Prime. Use Amazon Prime Video’s 30-day free trial to watch the tournament for free.

The Miami Open is now in its final stage, with the grand finals to be played on March 30 and March 31. On the men’s side, Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner remain for the ATP crown, while Jessica Pegula and Danielle Collins will compete with Elena Rybakina for the WTA title.

Streaming & TV Channels

Below are the different streaming channels available to watch the Miami Open. Take a look!

Watch the 2024 Miami Open on FuboTV

fuboTV includes the Tennis Channel (T2). The Plans start at $79.99 per month with an introductory free trial offer for the first 7 days. 

Watch the 2024 Miami Open on DirecTV Stream

DirecTV Stream offers this Tennis Channel a five-day free trial, during which you can watch the majority of the tournaments before your first bill. Following the trial, the package will cost you $108.99/month.

Watch the 2024 Miami Open on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV starts with a plan of $76.99/month and also includes Disney+ and ESPN+. Because of these benefits, Hulu’s + Live TV package does not offer an introductory trial offer. However, if you’re looking for both content variety and efficiency, then you can opt for this platform.

Watch the 2024 Miami Open on TC Plus

Now watch the tennis tournament on TC Plus. TC Plus does not offer a free trial and requires an annual subscription of $109.99/year. 

Schedule for the Tournament

The Miami Open hosted its first round of matches on March 20th and will run through March 31st. Below is a comprehensive schedule of the matches:


Sport Event Name

Wednesday, March 27

WTA Singles Main Draw Quarterfinals, ATP Doubles Semifinals, WTA Doubles Semifinals

Thursday, March 28

WTA Singles Main Draw Semifinals, ATP Singles Main Draw Quarterfinals, ATP Doubles Semifinals

Friday, March 29

ATP Singles Main Draw Semifinals, WTA Doubles Semifinals

Saturday, March 30

WTA Singles Main Draw Final, ATP Doubles Final

Sunday, March 31

ATP Singles Main Draw Final, WTA Doubles Final

News and Updates

Many events of which are stemming from the BNP Paribas tournament in California are driving interest in the upcoming matches in Miami:

  • Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) won his second Indian Wells finals match against Daniil Medvedev of Russia.
  • Novak Djokovic (Serbia) withdrew from the Miami Open to maintain a balance between personal and professional schedules following a loss during the BNP Paribus tournament to Luca Nardi (Italy).
  • Coco Gauff lost to Maria Sakkari (Greece) during the women’s semi-finals. Maria lost to Iga Swiatek (Poland) in the women’s finals.

Iga Swiatek (Poland) hopes to secure a second “Sunshine Double” dual tournament. If Swiatek is able to place and win in the finals, she will be only the second female in history to accomplish a back-to-back win at both tournaments. Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) is also in pursuit of a Sunshine Double following his second Indian Wells finals win in California.

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