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ATP Mutua Madrid Open Fixtures

05 May 12:30
Felix Auger Aliassime
Andrey Rublev
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Madrid Open – Don’t miss a single match! 

As one of the inaugural Masters 1000 events, the Madrid Open has had an interesting history. Starting out as an indoor tournament later in the season, by 2009, it had made a switch to a time in the calendar prior to the French Open, and onto an outdoor clay surface. It also became a men’s and women’s event in 2009, having previously been a male only tournament. In 2012, the tournament organisers experimented using blue clay for the first and only time (players complained that the blue clay was more slippery than traditional red clay, so red clay returned for the 2013 event). The tournament is one of the biggest of the year on tour and through the Livescore pages at SportyTrader you can follow all the action in as much detail as possible. The service is perfect for a keen tennis fan, or an enthusiastic sports bettor seeking to gain a little heads up on a potential bet by completing a bit of diligent research on their game or the players involved in it.

The host venue is La Caja Magica and previous winners of the mens event include Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, who has won the event a record five times. The current men’s champion is Carlos Alcaraz, who has won both the 2022 and 2023 events. The women’s tournament has been won by Serena Williams, Petra Kvitova (who has won three tournaments), Simona Halep, Maria Sharapova, Ons Jabeur and the current champion is Aryna Sabalenka, who also won in 2021. Alongside the singles tournament for men and women, there are also a men’s doubles and a women;s doubles tournament contested each year, with titles currently held by Victoria Azarenka and Beatriz Haddad Maia in the women’s event and Karan Khachanov and Andrey Rublev in the men’s doubles.

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What information does the Livescore interface display for the Madrid Open? 

It is one thing announcing that you offer coverage of the Madrid Open, but what exactly does that coverage entail? Is that a quick run through of the results and how the draw in the men’s and women’s singles tournaments are panning out, or does the site offer considerably more than that? With Livescore’s Madrid Open pages you get truly extensive coverage not just of the tournament itself, but the players, their data, the draw and a detailed breakdown of how each player is performing in this event, as well as historical data on how they have performed in past events. In short, everything you need to know about any of the players competing, you should find right here. 

You can view forthcoming matches and find predictions from experts who will give you an idea on who they think will win and why. You can then click on a forthcoming match and view the data yourself to see if you agree with the prediction or have your own idea on how things may go. 

What is particularly beneficial, especially to tennis bettors, is that the sheer depth of data for each game, and on each player, is extensive. Not only that, but it also often relates to key betting markets which then allows viewers to make better judged bets on the match. Want to know if your player wins a lot of points on their first serve and how often they see their first serve land in, then this data is available to you. And much more besides.

Furthermore, the Tomorrow and Yesterday pages allow you to look ahead in the tournament to some of the matches that are set to be played in a forthcoming round, or to look back at some of the matches played and at the data for the players involved in those games.

And of course, that data is available for both the men’s and women’s tournaments that are now an equal part of the Madrid Open. 

So Livescore is a fantastic resource for anybody that wants the latest tennis tournament news for the Madrid Open, or indeed any of the important Masters 1000 tour events over the course of the tennis season. 

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Why should I follow Madrid Open live scores? 

If you are a tennis fan, then you will know that outside of the Grand Slam events and the season ending ATP/WTA Finals, the next big series of tournaments on the schedule that all the top players want to compete in is the Masters 1000 series. The Madrid Open is one of these big events and has been since it became part of the tennis calendar back in 2002. 

As such, with the top tennis stars, both male and female, heading to the Spanish capital to compete in the event, it is a massively popular one with not just tennis fans that want to keep abreast of all the latest happenings in the game, but also with sports betting fans too. 

That means tickets at the Caja Magica can be difficult to get your hands on so if you want to keep tabs on the tournament and you can’t afford to sit in front of the TV all day, what is another option? 

This is where the livescore page for the Madrid Open proves to be so useful. Not only do we have all the latest results and fixtures as they become apparent as the tournament progresses, but we also have plenty of tips on the matches too. 

Add to that outstanding coverage on the livescore page when the match is in action, which also provides accurate data on the game in real-time, offering you as close an insight as you can get on the match being played and it is easy to see why so many people like to tune in to the action via the livescore pages. 

Entirely free, accessible on a wide range of mobile devices and easily navigable with its user-friendly menu-driven system, you can find all you need to know, and much more besides, about the Madrid Open with Livescore!

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