Hot tennis stars prep for US Open in humid Miami

David Ferrer being served something besides bals at Hotel Beaux Arts MiamiHotel Beaux Arts

Tennis fans may have fallen out of, uh, love with Spanish tennis star David Ferrer after being beaten by Australia’s Nick Kyrgios at the Cincinnati Masters, but Ferrer didn’t seem to care much as he and his wife Marta Tornel were seen at the Hotel Beaux Arts. The couple stayed in Miami Sunday through Thursday morning when they checked out.  

Ferrer, in town training for the upcoming US Open, had a working vacay. He was overheard raving about the breakfast at L’Atelier because “there were so many healthy options.” We also caught Ferrer at the bar, but he hardly caused a – wait for it – racket. Also spotted at Beaux Arts the same week was German tennis star Sabine Lisicki, who Instagrammed about the Florida humidity and her beach workout.


Sabine Lisicki is hot and humidInstagram

Italian player Fabio Fognini also displayed his hotness on his Twitter account.

While you lay like a lox, tennis titan Sabine Lisicki runs on the beachInstagram
No translation necessary, just hotnessTwitter