- 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!
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|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:
- Maria Sharapova Reportedly Won't Get A French Open Main Draw Wildcard
- without any wild cards, any help, but just to play."
Sharapova has also been given wildcards into Rome and Madrid. And with Serena on the sidelines the rest of the season, the WTA and women's tennis is desperate for someone...
- Most Clay Court Titles In Open Era? Rafael Nadal First To Reach 50!
- in the Open Era to win 50 clay court titles!
Nadal can add to his total in the coming weeks at Barcelona, Madrid, Rome and the French Open! Overall, Nadal now has 70 titles (far behind Connors' 109) but is now just one fro...
- Novak Djokovic: I'm Doing Everything I Can To Play Well
- d now he's looking at a few more weeks of rest before a very important point defense stretch which includes a Madrid title defense, Rome finals and a French win. That's 3,600 ranking points.
Djokovic still ranks No. 2 but h...
- Grigor Dimitrov Is Back In A Funk, Will He Ever Be A Consistent Winner?
- 4th in the Race. But if he can't get back on track, what a missed opportunity. His next scheduled event is in Madrid.
DIMITROV'S LAST 5 TOURNAMENTS
Rotterdam: QF loss to Goffin
Indian Wells: 3rd RD loss to Sock
- Andy Murray: The Positive Thing For Me Is My Elbow Is Feels Better Every Day
- ely I wasn't able to do what I wanted to today."
Murray is leaning to having another training block before Madrid instead of taking a wildcard into a Barcelona or Budapest. But no decision has been made.
"If I was to pla...
- Roger Federer: I Should Be Back For The French Open, That's The Plan!
- s sticking to his plan of playing no clay lead-up events to the French Open. The Swiss has withdrawn from all Madrid and Rome - though he could still take a late wildcard - and said yesterday in Zurich where he played Andy Mur...
- 11 Things I Think I Thought About Roger Federer And The First Quarter Of 2017
- grass ahead, Murray is now going to face the ranking pressure of defending a ton of points - Monte Carlo SF, Madrid F, Rome title, French F, Queen's title and Wimbledon title. So there's not a lot of room for error if he want...
- Federer Increases ATP Race Lead, Can Nadal Catch Him Before The French?
- ll Federer go back on his word and play a clay Masters?
Nadal is scheduled to play Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Madrid and Rome. A title at two of those should put him past Federer going into the French.
And with three Maste...