Miami – Last week, Moët & Chandon and Roger Federer wowed Miami with an exclusive Champagne party and a Moët & Chandon “Tiny Tennis” tournament at The Viceroy’s Club 50. Federer – international tennis champion and Moët & Chandon Global Brand Ambassador – served as umpire for the “Tiny Tennis” matches, with players Juan Pablo Galavis of ABC’s “The Bachelor,” Giovani Bernard of the Cincinnati Bengals, Jon Beason of the NY Giants, Tracy Wilson Mourning and more. Giovani Bernard was victorious against his competitors as the official winner of the “Tiny Tennis” tournament, earning a jeroboam of Moet & Chandon and a chance to play Federer on the miniature court. This exclusive Moët & Chandon “Tiny Tennis” event kicked off the Sony Open tournament in Miami and celebrates Moët’s strong commitment to the world of tennis. Moët & Chandon is the Official Champagne of the Sony Open for the first time this year.
The newest “Bachelor” couple, Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell, were cozy all night; holding hands and even posing for a playful selfie. Nikki cheered on her boyfriend as he competed in Moët & Chandon’s “Tiny Tennis” match. Despite losing in the semi-finals, when Farrel’s “Happy” came on Juan Pablo danced playfully for her, magnanimously gifting her a crystallized jeroboam of Moët that he had won.