From 27 April to 7 May 2023
The Madrid Open is a professional tennis tournament that is held annually in Madrid, Spain. It is an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event for men and a WTA Premier event for women.
The tournament was first held in 2002 and is played on clay courts at the Caja Mágica complex. The Madrid Open is considered to be one of the most important clay court tournaments in the world, along with the French Open.
Rafael Nadal, who is from Spain, has won the men's singles title a record five times, while Serena Williams of the United States has won the women's singles title three times.
In addition to singles, the tournament also features doubles competitions for both men and women. The prize money for the 2022 event was €6,744,165 for women and €6,575,560 for men. The 2022 tournament was won by Carlos Alcaraz in the men's singles and Ons Jabeur in the women's singles.
Location: Madrid, Spain
Tour Level: ATP 1000 and WTA 1000
Court Surface: Outdoor claycourt
Prize Money: ATP: €7,499,290 WTA: €6,744,165
Draw Size: 56 Singles, 28 Doubles
Live Stream: Watch Here
The 2023 ATP & WTA Madrid Open tennis event will take place in Madrid, Spain from 26 April to 7th May 2023.
During the same week, fans can enjoy a few other tennis tournaments such as L’Open 35 de Saint Malo and Catalonia Open which will happen from 1-7 May 2023. Don’t miss watching Mutua Madrid Open Tennis live stream in full HD on your smart devices worldwide.
There hasn't been any official announcement regarding the participants of the 2023 Madrid Open, but we can expect to see some of the best ATP and WTA players on the court. Take a look at some of the expected names below.
Roberto Bautista Agut
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
Alex de Minaur
Bernabe Zapata Miralles
Botic van de Zandschulp
|Monday 24 April||Men’s Qualifying & Women’s Qualifying||10:00|
|Tuesday 25 April||Men’s Qualifying, Women’s Qualifying & Women’s Round 1||11:00|
|Wednesday 26 April||Men’s Round 1 & Women’s Round 1||11:00|
|Thursday 27 April||Men’s Round 1 & Women’s Round 1,2||11:00|
|Friday 28 April||Men’s Round 2 & Women’s Round 2||11:00|
|Friday 28 April||Men’s Round 2 & Women’s Round 2||20:00|
|Saturday 29 April||Men’s Round 2 & Women’s Round 3||11:00|
|Saturday 29 April||Men’s Round 2 & Women’s Round 3||20:00|
|Sunday 30 April||Men’s Round 3 & Women’s Round 3||11:00|
|Sunday 30 April||Men’s Round 3 & Women’s Round 3||20:00|
|Monday 1 May||Men’s Round 3 & Women’s Round 4||12:00|
|Monday 1 May||Men’s Round 3 & Women’s Round 4||20:00|
|Tuesday 2 May||Men’s Round 4 & Women’s Quarterfinals||12:00|
|Tuesday 2 May||Men’s Round 4 & Women’s Quarterfinals||20:00|
|Wednesday 3 May||Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Quarterfinals||14:00|
|Wednesday 3 May||Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Quarterfinals||20:00|
|Thursday 4 May||Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Semi-Finals||14:00|
|Thursday 4 May||Men’s Quarterfinals & Women’s Semi-Finals||20:00|
|Friday 5 May||Men’s Semifinals||14:00|
|Friday 5 May||Men’s Semifinals||20:00|
|Saturday 6 May||Men’s Doubles Final||14:00|
|Saturday 6 May||Women’s Singles Final||18:30|
|Sunday 7 May||Women’s Doubles Final||15:30|
|Sunday 7 May||Men’s Singles Final||18:30|
4th round: 84,900€
3rd round: 48,835€
2nd round: 27,045€
1st round: 16,340€
2022: Carlos Alcaraz
2021: Alexander Zverev
2019: Novak Djokovic
2018: Alexander Zverev
2017: Rafael Nadal
2016: Novak Djokovic
2015: Andy Murray
2014: Rafael Nadal
2013: Rafael Nadal
2012: Roger Federer
2011: Novak Djokovic
2010: Rafael Nadal
2022: Ons Jabeur
2021: Aryna Sabalenka
2019: Kiki Bertens
2018: Petra Kvitova
2017: Simona Halep
2016: Simona Halep
2015: Petra Kvitova
2014: Maria Sharapova
2013: Serena Williams
2012: Serena Williams
2011: Petra Kvitova
2010: Aravane Rezaï
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