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Magical Performances In Madrid. The Mutua Madrid Open transitioned from hard court to clay in 2009 and is staged at the Caja Magica. Spaniards have won the title six times since the inaugural edition in 2002, with Rafael Nadal lifting the trophy for a fifth time in 2017. Footballers regularly attend this ATP Masters 1000 tournament, with Cristiano Ronaldo often seen courtside.
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The Madrid Open (Spanish: Masters de Madrid ), currently sponsored by Mutua Madrileña and known as the Mutua Madrid Open, is a joint men's and women's professional tennis tournament, held in Madrid, during early May. The clay-court event is classified as an ATP Tour Masters 1000 on the Association of Tennis Professionals tour and a Premier Mandatory event on the Women's Tennis Association tour.
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The four-time Caja Magica champion Rafael Nadal will lead the next week's Madrid Open in front of the home fans, becoming the top seed after Novak Djokovic's withdrawal. World no. 1 and the ...
The Mutua Madrid Open is an important men’s and women’s professional tennis tournament. It is a part of the ATP Masters 1000 series on the men’s tour, while on the WTA tour, it is one of the four Premier Mandatory events.
The World No. 1 lost in the Belgrade semi-finals last week. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from the Mutua Madrid Open, the ATP Masters 1000 tournament announced on Wednesday. "Sorry that I won’t be able to travel to Madrid this year and meet all my fans,” Djokovic said. “It’s been two years already, quite a long time.
By Bhavishya Mittal. Tennis will soon reach the Spanish capital of Madrid for the Mutua Madrid Open 2021. It starts on the 30th of April and runs until the 9th of May. Given the current situation of the global coronavirus pandemic, only a limited number of fans will e allowed to attend the event, thus a huge majority of the tennis fans will have to be content watching the tournament from their home.
La Caja Mágica ( Spanish: The Magic Box) (also known as the Manzanares Park Tennis Center) is a multi-purpose stadium located in Madrid, Spain. Since 2009, it has been the home of the Madrid Open tennis event, and as of 2019, the home of the Davis Cup .