MiamiLawrence

Avid Tennis player, Partner @Eventcrowdus Co-Chair @SMWMiami, Marketing Director, Social Media & Public Relations Pro! Event Management, Brand Strategist. Non-Profit Activist. Member of LATISM & HNBA. Father of two boys.
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#throughglass view from the #KnightFoundation office during our meeting with #MattHaggman about #SMWMiami. #GoogleGlass (at Knight Foundation)

#ThroughGlass view of the of the #BankOfAmerica building in downtown Miami. #GoogleGlass what an experience! Wearable #Technology will change everything. (at Wells Fargo)

Terry’s cooking.
Child abuse. ; )

#MiamiInnovators gathering at the @KnightFoundation office today for a great brainstorming session. #smwmiami (at Knight Foundation)

@cubanlawyer the future of #NotYourTypicalLawyer on primer IMPACTO. Are you ready? #SocialLawyers (at Univision TV Studios)

The #SMWMiami ‘The Future of Now’ Meetups official launch party. The #SocialMedia walls in full effect. (at Haven South Beach)

@mega949 @lizamsantana @cubanlawyer @JackDaniels Great time during the 4th of July celebrations. Not even thunderstorms can stop a Mega party! (at Amelia Earhart Park)

This video is awesome! Check it out and enjoy the music in the background what a different perspective of fireworks.

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The 2014 French Open on Instagram

To view more photos and videos from the tournament, explore the Stade Roland Garros and Le Roland Garros location pages.

The Roland Garros (@rolandgarros) tennis tournament, also known as the French Open, has begun with 32 first-round singles matches starting on Sunday. As one of four major grand slams held throughout the year in professional tennis, the clay court tournament has been held in Paris since 1891. The competition is named after Roland Garros, a French aviation pioneer who was a big fan of the eponymous stadium.

Players will compete for the singles and doubles crowns over the next two weeks. The winners of the men’s and women’s singles in 2014 will each receive a €1,650,000 prize, a 10% increase on last year’s awards.

Want to get a first-hand look at the tournament? Be sure to follow these top tennis players on Instagram:

The French Open is a bucket list item for me to do some day!