This exclusive event served as a kickoff for the Sony Open and celebrated Moët’s strong commitment to the world of tennis. For the first time, Moët is the Official Champagne for the Sony Open. It also sponsors other high profile tennis events around the world. Bernard ultimately snagged the prize and also got to play a round with Federer himself who acted as judge for the tournament. Federer told the assembled swells he of course hopes to win the Miami Open, part of the Masters 1000 category on the 2014 ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) World Tour, but said it was too early to tell who he might have to play in the finals set to take place March 30. Federer is considered by many to be the world’s best tennis player, is one of the world’s richest athletes.