Madrid Tennis - 2014 Mutua Madrid Open
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Schedule: Sunday, May 4 - Sunday, May 11
- Begins on: Men's --Sunday, May 4 Women's -- Saturday, May 3
- Draw Size: S-56 D-24
- Surface: Clay
- Prize Money: Men's -- 3,671,405 Women's -- $4,336,397
- Tournament Director: WTA Tournament Director: Manolo Santana
- Official Website: www.madrid-open.com/
- TV Schedule / Madrid Live Streaming
- About: From the hardcourts, to the red to the blue and now back to the red, it's been quite a journey already for the Madrid Masters under tournament impresario Ion Tiriac. After a controversial 2012 played on the blue clay, the tournament and the players welcome the return of the traditional red to Spain's biggest tennis event. But the altitude remains an issue and the weather can get inclement, but life in the Magic Box is often pleasent. The mixed field again includes the best and the brightest tennis has to offer with Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and of course favorite son Rafael Nadal. Vamos!
Do you like Madrid?
|Former Men's Madrid Tennis Champions:
2012 Roger Federer
2011 Novak Djokovic
2010 Rafael Nadal
2009 Roger Federer
2008 Andy Murray
2007 David Nalbandian
2006 Roger Federer
2005 Rafael Nadal
2004 Marat Safin
2003 Juan Carlos Ferrero
2002 Andre Agassi
The latest Madrid tournament news:
- Novak Djokovic Has More Ranking Points Than Roger Federer And Rafael Nadal Combined!
- econd Monte Carlo title. "I think the most important period of the year is coming up right now where you have Madrid, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon in a matter of two months. It's very close to each other. The tournaments are...
- Dominant Djokovic Bashes Berdych for Monte Carlo Crown
- n that."
Djokovic, who has won his last 21 straight Masters matches, now gets two weeks off to rest before Madrid.
"I'm 27," said Djokovic. "Obviously I'm experiencing the time of my life on the tennis court, and also pr...
- Rafael Nadal: I'm Not Far From My Best Level, It Was A Positive Week
The right answer is that we'll see. I will do all the things I can to be ready for Barcelona, then for Madrid, then for Rome, then for Paris, if I have the chance to do it. Every tournament is very important. We'll se...
- Roger Federer Says He's Not Sure If He'll Play Rome
- 's, again, a good time I should utilize in the right way. I'm looking forward to that. I'm playing Istanbul, Madrid. We'll always see what happens with Rome. It was never sure I was going to play that anyway."
With the add...
- Rafael Nadal v Novak Djokovic It Is In The Monte Carlo SFs, Who's The Pick?
- Nadal here will matter in six weeks. The two will likely both be in another Masters together - either Rome or Madrid (I think Novak will skip one) - so Novak will likely get another shot against Rafa should he lose here. So he...
- Roger Federer: I've Done The Right Things To Prepare For This Clay Season
- fitness, I will do another block after Monaco when I come back to Switzerland and I might do some more after Madrid. That's the plan and it will work well for Roland Garros and Wimbledon and beyond."
Federer, a 4-time Mont...
- Let's Hold Off On The Rafael Nadal Panic... For Now
- make up a lot of points on the clay leading up to the French Open. That's because Rafa "only" has to defend a Madrid title, a Rome final and two quarterfinals in Monte Carlo and Barcelona. (Nadal normally wins all four or at l...
- Serena Bagels Suarez Navarro For 8th Miami Open Title; Stays Perfect In 2015
- her record on the year is a perfect 18-0.
Serena now shifts to the clay where she'll return on the dirt at Madrid in a month. The 33-year-old has won six of the last nine Premier Mandatory events she has played. ...