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3/24: Single or a Double?

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    3/24: Single or a Double?
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    Serena Williams returns to China's Peng Shuai during their match at the Australian Open Tennis Championship in Melbourne, Australia, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009.

    GAME, SET, MATCH: Everyone has their sport that makes them forget all the worries of the world: football, soccer or the ancient sport of channel surfing. For many, their blood runs for the sport of tennis. Today starts our version of Wimbledon, the Sony Ericsson Open. Every year Crandon Park Tennis Center fills with the top players from all around the world like Venus Wiliams and Roger Federer. Tickets start at just $5, which makes us say game, set and match!

    RAISE YOUR SPIRITS: On this very beloved hump day, you might need a little something to give you a boost. Instead of taking a power nap at your desk, grab a boo and head down to Sci Sci at Brickell. They are hosting a special Italian wine tasting by Casa Vinivola Zonin. If you would like to come and check out the "The European Wine Producer Of The Year 2007," it will only cost you $10. Four wines, hors d'oeuvres and proscecco will be served from 7 to 9 P.M. and after that all bottles are 50 percent off. 7 P.M.

    COCKTAILS DU CIRQUE: We found an event that combines our three favorite F words: fabulous, free and friends. Tonight, join Aventura Marketing Council when they host a very fantastic event they are calling L'Expo du Cirque. When you hear networking reception and expo, it sounds a little boring, but they are changing it up. The night will include networking with new friends, great food and live entertainment. Newport Beachside Hotel and Resort will be invaded by circus characters by South Florida Circus Art School and mimes from local Miami high schools. 6 P.M.

    Jonesing to check out Winter Music Conference? Check out our list of where the electro-action is.