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The celebrity cameos that almost stole the show at Indian Wells and Miami
From Kardashians to Grammy-winning musicians, Baseline's Mad March series highlights our favorite Sunshine Swing star sightings over the years.
Published Mar 06, 2023
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One of the most stacked months of the tennis calendar, March features two major back-to-back tournaments at the BNP Paribas Open and Miami Open. That makes the Sunshine Swing the best time watch the ATP and WTA Tours' top players—and maybe spot a few stars in the process.
Given their close proximity to global entertainment industry hubs in Southern California and South Florida, it’s no surprise that these two fortnights are also some of the most star-studded on the WTA and ATP Tour.
From Kardashians to Grammy-winning musicians, Baseline's Mad March series highlights our favorite Sunshine Swing celebrity sightings over the years:
The worlds of music and tennis have collided quite regularly in Indian Wells and Miami:
While Indian Wells draws out big names from tech and Hollywood, Miami has no shortage of reality and sports celebrities either:
Who will we spot courtside during the Sunshine Swing in 2023?