The SDP crew had a fantastic time at the Sony Open over the weekend in Miami. They say timing is everything…and we had great timing during the tournament. I hadn't planned on attending the tournament Friday night, until a member of the SDP legal team called announcing that there was an extra (free) box seat available for the men's match which was moments away from starting. Would I like it? Um…heck, yeah! I just happened to be driving by the entrance to the tournament when I got the call. So, I zipped to my super top secret (free) unrestricted parking space, unloaded my bike, transferred my essential camera gear to a backpack and giddily biked like a woman possessed the one mile or so to the tournament. Andy Murray, a 2-time grand slam champion and currently ranked #6 on the ATP tour, was playing under the lights on the stadium court and I only missed the first few games. In this shot, he's focused on walloping a forehand. I find it quite challenging to shoot under artificial lights, so I was pleased some of my action shots turned out pretty well. The Editor-in-Chief hasn't gone through all the tournament photos yet, but after last year's photo file debacle immediately following the tournament, there are rumblings more tennis pics might be posted this year.