Madrid Open, also known as Mutua Madrid Open due to sponsorship by Mutua Madrileña, is held in Madrid in early May. The event played on the outdoor red Clay surface of Caja Magica, Spain Madrid since 2009. Madrid Open was founded in 2002 but till 2009 it was the only ATP tour since 2009 both the ATP tour and WTA tour have been held in Spain. In 2012, the event was played on the blue court for visual experiments but wasn’t continued after some top players refused to play on it, and the tournament returned to the traditional red clay.
Mutua Madrid Open Tennis Tournament
The 21st WTA 1000 Madrid Open will start on the 24th of April and ends on the 7th of May 2023 including qualifying matches. In the 2023 edition, the draw will be like 96 singles and 32 Doubles. The venue of the Madrid Open will be La Caja Mágica of Madrid, Spain. The winner will get 1000 rating points with the runner-up’s 650 points. This event is classified as an ATP Tour Masters 1000 on the ATP Tour and a WTA 1000 event on the WTA Tour
|Venue||La Caja Mágica|
|Tour category||WTA 1000|
|Draw||96 S, 32 D|
Mutua Madrid Open 2023 Results
In the singles championship, Belarus player Aryna Sabalenka won the singles title at the Madrid Open international tennis tournament. In the final Aryna Sabalenka continues her great year by defeating the no 1 in the ranking in three sets (3-6, 6-3, 3-6) in the final. Aryna Sabalenka defeated Iga Swiatek for the first time in seven games and just her second win overall against the Pole, claiming the Madrid WTA Tour 1000 title over the weekend.
In the doubles title, Victoria Azarenka and Beatriz Haddad Maia take the doubles title in Madrid after beating Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula in the final. The winning pair won the final in straight sets against seeded no 1 (6-1, 6-4). Madrid is Haddad Maia’s fifth career doubles title and the biggest title of her career. She was previously a two-time runner-up at the WTA 1000 level, including at Indian Wells this spring with Laura Siegemund. The title is Azarenka’s 10th doubles title and fifth at the WTA 1000 level. It is her biggest win on the doubles court since teaming with Ashleigh Barty to win Rome in 2019.
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Madrid Open 2022 Results
In the 2022 Mutua Madrid Open, Ons Jabeur grabbed the Singles Title from Jesica Pegula and earned the prize money of $599754 (€568,790). On the other side in the doubles championship, the Pair of Giuliana Olmos & Gabriela Dabrowski won the title against Demi Schuurs & Desirae Krawczyk.
Madrid Open 2021 Champions
In 2021, the Singles champion was Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus. Aryana won the final against Aussie star Ashleigh Barty by 6-0, 3-6, and 6-4. On the other side, in doubles, Croatian pair Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova won the doubles champion crown against Gabriela Dabrowski of Canada and Demi Schuurs of Nederland.
Madrid Open History and Winners
The Mutua Madrid Open is a tennis tournament that has undergone several changes since its inception in 2002. Originally a men-only event, it replaced the Eurocard Open in Stuttgart. From 2002 to 2008, it was an indoor hard-court late-season event. In 2009, it was rebranded with new ownership and moved to a new location, surface, and time slot. The event now includes a women’s contest and moved outdoors to La Caja Mágica, where a new complex was built. In June 2022, the WTA announced that the Mutua Madrid Open, along with the tournaments in Rome, would be held over two weeks starting in 2023.
Spanish player Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic has a record of 3 times Singles champion. In doubles, only Italian pair Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci won the doubles championship twice (2012, 2014). Serena Williams of the USA is the only player to win on 2 different surfaces of the Mutua Madrid Open (red clay 2013, blue clay 2012).
|YEAR||WINNER (SINGLES)||WINNER (DOUBLES)|
|2023||Aryna Sabalenka||beatriz haddad maia / Victoria Azarenka|
|2022||Ons Jabeur||Giuliana Olmos / Gabriela Dabrowski|
|2021||Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus)||Gabriela Dabrowski (Can) / Demi Schuurs (Ned)|
|2019||Kiki Bertens (Ned)||Hsieh Su-Wei (Tai) / Barbora Strýcová (Cze)|
|2018||Petra Kvitová (Cze)||Ekaterina Makarova (Rus) / Elena Vesnina (Rus)|
|2017||Simona Halep (ROM)||Chan Yung-Jan (Tai) / Martina Hingis (Swi)|
|2016||Simona Halep (ROM)||Caroline Garcia (FRA) / Kristina Mladenovic (FRA)|
Madrid Open 2023 Prize Money
In 2023, the total commitment of the WTA Madrid Masters is €8,796,536 ($7,652,174) which prize money will be €7,705,780. The champion will get a cheque of €1,105,265 and doubles title holders will have €319,570 in their bag.
In 2022, the Madrid Open prize money is $6,575,560. While in 2021 prize money was low due to Covid which was $2,614,465 where the singles winner got $390,798 and the runner-up got $233,467. Contrary to this, in doubles winner received $77,822 and the runner-up received $54,486. While from 2016 to 2019 total prize money was €6,536,160.
The following table holds info. about Mutua Madrid Open 2023 Prize money distribution:
|Stage||Singles Prize Money||Doubles Prize Money||WTA Points|
|Round of 16||€84,900||€28,930||120|
|Round of 32||€48,835||€15,780||65 / 10|
Mutua Madrid Open 2023 Draw
The event will have 96 singles and 32 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses. 12 qualifiers will join 84 singles main draw entries in 1st round.
Madrid Open 2023 Dates, Schedule
The Madrid Open main draw will be held across a week from 26 April-7 May with a qualifying round set for the weekend prior; on the 25th of April.
The schedule for the event is as follows:
|Date||Singles Matches||Doubles Matches|
|26th April||Round 1||—–|
|27th April||Round 1||Round 1|
|28th April||Round 1/ R2||Round 1|
|29th April||Round 2||Round 1|
|30th April||Round 2/ R3||Round 2|
|1st May||Round 3||Round 2|
|2nd May||Semi-Final||Quarter Final|
|3rd May||Quarter Final||Quarter Final|
|4th May||Semi Final|
Madrid Open 2023 Players list
This event is considered one of the biggest tournaments in European tennis after the Grand Slams. Due to its popularity and 1000-level, top players are always eager to participate in this event. World no 5 and defending champion Ons Jabeur is ready to defend her title. Australian Open champion Aryna Sabalenka now put her eyes on the Madrid Masters title. Besides these 2 players, almost all the top 20 players are on the list.
WTA Madrid Open Top Seed Players
|1||Iga Swiatek (runner up)||1|
|2||Aryna Sabalenka (champion)||2|
|WTA Ranking||Players Name|
|14||Beatriz Haddad Maia|
|73||Alison Van Uytvanck|
|73 SR||Evgeniya Rodina|
Mutua Madrid Open 2022 Wildcard Entries
- Jaqueline Cristian [PR]
- Nadia Podoroska [PR]
- Sofia Kenin [PR]
- Barbora Strýcová [PR]
- Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova [PR]
- Elina Svitolina
- Alexandra Eala
- Camila Osorio
- Mirra Andreeva
Mutua Madrid Open 2023 Tickets
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