MIAMI – Nov. 30, 2023 – RacquetX, the world’s first all-racquet sport conference and experience, is proud to announce a joint ticket experience with Miami Open presented by Itaú, a leading ATP Masters 1000 and WTA 1000 tennis tournament that takes place from March 17 – 31, 2024.
RacquetX and Miami Open attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy ‘RacquetX Night at the Miami Open’ taking place at the Hard Rock Stadium on Monday, March 25th, as well as access to the three-day, one-of-a-kind experience at RacquetX.
RacquetX, which takes place across March 24-26 2024 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, represents a hugely exciting milestone for the racquet sport industry as the first event dedicated to all racquet sports, giving businesses, professionals, fans and enthusiasts alike the chance to be inspired, exchange ideas, make connections and play on one of the 9 multi-sport courts.
RacquetX Co-Founder Robyn Duda said: “We’re delighted to announce this celebration with the iconic Miami Open that will allow tournament-goers and RacquetX participants to enjoy the benefits of each event, which take place at the same time in Miami this March. This is a huge vindication of everything we’re trying to achieve at RacquetX by working with the best in the industry.”
The brainchild of events guru Duda and entrepreneur Marco Giberti, RacquetX is the exciting culmination of huge growth across the sector. The conference’s three headline sports – tennis, pickleball and padel – have all experienced surges in participation since the pandemic and are riding the crest of a wave as people turn to racquet sports in numbers never seen before. Tennis has experienced a 33% boom in participation since 2020, pickleball is taking North America by storm with the number of people playing growing by 59% over three years, reaching a total of 8.9 million in 2022; while padel is widely accepted as the world’s fastest-growing sport with over 25 million players.
As well as those three headline sports, RacquetX is welcoming professionals and enthusiasts of all racquet sports – from squash to badminton and table tennis, and also welcoming cult sports such as Platform tennis, which is popular in the U.S. Northeast. Until now, there was no place for industry professionals across all these sports to exchange ideas and try new products and technologies.
The RacquetX x Miami Open Tennis pass is available here while you can stay up to date with the latest speakers, events and news around the event at theracquetx.com