Miami Open set for Dolphins complex

(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) At the main entrance to the Miami Dolphins' stadium stands a statue of Dan Marino as a witness to a game-changing completion.

A remarkable transformation is done, and the complex is ready for tennis.

The Miami Open has moved 18 miles north from its location since 1987, the picturesque island of Key Biscayne, and will begin Tuesday at the home of the Dolphins and Miami Hurricanes. Matches showcasing tennis' best players will be held in the stadium, with a temporary hardcourt covering the field and the net hanging above the 50-yard line.

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