- 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:
- Watch Rafael Nadal Jump In The Pool After Winning Barcelona... He Didn't Take His Socks Off! [Video]
- Guillermo Vilas for the Open Era lead for clay titles at 49.
Rafa now gets a well-deserved week off before Madrid begins next week.
“I have been working so hard to enjoy moments like this," Nadal said. "The fact that I...
- Resurgent Rafael Nadal Wins Barcelona, Ties Guillermo Vilas' All-Time Clay Mark
- e break, claiming victory on his second match point.
Nadal and all the top ATP players next move on to the Madrid Masters, which the Spaniard last won in 2014-13. And after just one Top 40 win the first three months of the ...
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- The Top 10 players are all resting-up for next week's Masters-level Mutua Madrid Open, but there is plenty to action to look for this week, including Juan Martin del Potro returning in Munich, Gilles Simon and Nick Kyrgios hea...
- Stosur, Kuzy, Multiple Slam Winners at Prague; Rabat; WTA Previews
- No Top 10 players are in action this week on the WTA tour as everyone is resting-up for the Mutua Madrid Open in Spain next week, but Prague features multiple Slam winners, while Swiss Timea Bacsinszky heads the Rabat field wh...
- Rafael Nadal Meets Kei Nishikori In Blockbuster Barcelona Final, Who's The Pick?
- e Nadal (or anyone in the Top 15) during this three-year reign in Spain.
Nishikori did nearly beat Rafa in Madrid in 2014, and were it not for a back injury he would have. They've played twice since with Nishikori finally w...
- Roger Federer Gets A Street In Switzerland Named After Him [Video]
- rt were among the 2,000 or so in attendance for the event.
It is still unclear is Federer will play either Madrid or Rome.
- Gael Monfils: I Want To Win A Big Title, The French Open Is My Dream
- have been here already.
"I'm far, but I'm not that far. I'm going to practice well because I want to go to Madrid being ready for all that. And in Rome, too. After that, the French Open is a dream. It's my dream."
- Roger Federer Is Undecided On Playing Madrid Or Rome
- a set schedule before Paris.
"I definitely won't play the next couple of weeks," Federer said Friday. "And Madrid I'll decide probably like 10 days from now. Rome I'll decide probably in 15 days from now.
"I have a few t...