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Watch 2023 Madrid Masters Live Stream Online

The latest edition of the WTA Mutua Madrid Open and the ATP Madrid Masters as it is called will be played over a two-week period in 2023. Get the Madrid Masters live streaming options and TV channel alternatives for this competition here.

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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. A total of 1000 ranking points are up for grabs for both, men and women.

It is generally played in May and serves as a crucial tournament in the build-up to French Open. Not only this, but it is also an important event from the tourism perspective for Madrid, considering it brings in revenues exceeding €200 million for the city.

Interestingly, the Madrid Masters organisers also tried to bring in blue clay for their courts one season but the idea was discarded quickly after players complained about it.

Latest WTA Madrid Open and ATP Madrid Masters live streaming and TV channel options will be updated below.

2023 Madrid Open Schedule & Dates

According to the latest announcement made by the Madrid Open organisers, the 2023 edition of the competition will be played from April 27 to May 7. In doing so, the Madrid Open joins the Indian Wells Open and Miami Open as another non-Grand Slam two-week competition.

The WTA qualifying rounds begin on Tuesday, April 26 and the first round action in the women’s draw starts off from April 27. The ATP qualifiers kick-start from April 28, while the first round begins two days later from Sunday, April 30.

The women’s singles final will be played on May 6 while the men’s singles final will be held a day later on May 7.

Player List for the 2023 Madrid Open

Typically, 56 men’s singles players and 64 women’s singles players take part in the main draw of the Madrid Open. This time around, the men’s and women’s singles draw will consist of 96 players apiece.

All of the top players in both sections of the draw, Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Iga Swiatek, Paula Badosa and Aryna Sabalenka and some of the others are expected to take part in the competition.

More information on the exact player list will be released soon, and below you can find the list of players who featured in the previous season.

Men’s Singles

Novak Djokovic
Alexander Zverev
Stefanos Tsitsipas
Casper Ruud
Andrey Rublev
Carlos Alcaraz
Félix Auger-Aliassime
Cameron Norrie
Jannik Sinner
Taylor Fritz
Hubert Hurkacz
Diego Schwartzman
Denis Shapovalov
Reilly Opelka
Pablo Carreno Busta
Roberto Bautista Agut

Women’s Singles

Iga Świątek
Paula Badosa
Aryna Sabalenka
Maria Sakkari
Karolína Plíšková
Danielle Collins
Garbiñe Muguruza
Ons Jabeur
Emma Raducanu
Jeļena Ostapenko
Belinda Bencic
Jessica Pegula
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Coco Gauff
Victoria Azarenka
Elena Rybakina
Leylah Fernandez

What Happened at the 2022 Mutua Madrid Open?

Carlos Alcaraz had one of his great career wins in his very short career thus far when he overcame Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev in successive matches to lift the Madrid Masters 2022 title.

Having risen up the ranks in this competition, the Madrid Masters was expected to be his first true test coming to Madrid and Alcaraz proved his mettle in a fine manner.

Against Nadal, Alcaraz was imperious while he needed two tie-breakers of which one came in the final set against Djokovic to scrape through to a win. And then he routed Zverev 6-3, 6-1 to lift the trophy.

The women’s section of the draw saw the top seeded Iga Swiatek withdraw from the tournament, allowing Leylah Fernandez to become the 17th seed and take her spot in the draw.

In the end it was Ons Jabeur who won the title by overcoming Jessica Pegula in the final 7-5, 0-6, 6-2.

Seeded eighth, Jabeur sent Belinda Bencic packing in the third round, overcame Simona Halep in the quarterfinal before sealing her finals berth with a win over Ekaterina Alexandrova.

Interestingly, none of the top seven seeded players even made it past the second round of the competition on the women’s draw in 2022.

The 2021 women’s singles title was won by Aryna Sabalenka who overcame Ash Barty in the final in three sets.

This was after Sabalenka overcame Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova while Barty got the better of Paula Badosa in her own last encounter. The second, third and fourth seeds, Naomi Osaka, Simona Halep and Elina Svitolina all crashed out early.

Alexander Zverev won the 2021 men’s singles title by overpowering Matteo Berrettini in a gruelling final. Zverev dished out a straight-set win over Dominic Thiem in the semifinal while Berrettini routed Casper Ruud.

Surprisingly Rafael Nadal was dumped out in the last eight by Zverev.

The tournament was cancelled in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic and in its place a virtual gaming tournament was held whereby 16 men and women took part.

The 2019 edition of the Madrid Masters started with a star-studded line-up as usual. The men’s and women’s half featured some of the most spectacular players on the circuit, making it one of the most watched events in Spain at the time.

Alexander Zverev was the defending champion having won the title the previous season by beating Dominic Thiem in the final but he went down to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the last eight.

Tsitsipas then claimed a shocking scalp in the form of Rafael Nadal in the semis to make it to the title-decider where he went down to Novak Djokovic in straight sets.

Djokovic needed two tie-breaker to overcome Dominic Thiem in his semi-final, after having got a bye from Marin Cilic in the quarters. Thiem took out Roger Federer in the quarters-final as well, while Nadal crushed Stan Wawrinka 6-1, 6-2.

This was the first time that Federer played on clay in three years, while this was also David Ferrer’s career’s last tournament.

Kiki Bertens won the women’s singles title at the Madrid Open 2019, defeating Simona Halep 6-4, 6-4 in the final. Bertens had earlier sent out the defending champion Petra Kvitova in the quarterfinal and then overcome Sloane Stephens in the semis to set up the title-decider with Halep.

Halep had needed three sets to go past Belinda Bencic in the semis, following a 7-5, 7-5 drubbing of Ash Barty in the quarter-final. Bencic edged out Naomi Osaka in her quarterfinal match while Stephens had prevailed upon Petra Martic in another last-eight encounter.

Elina Svitolina, Karolina Pliskova and Angelique Kerber were all early casualties in the competition.

Previous Mutua Madrid Open Champions

Men’s Singles

2022: Carlos Alcaraz
2021: Alexander Zverev
2020: Not Held
2019: Novak Djokovic
2018: Alexander Zverev
2017: Rafael Nadal
2016: Novak Djokovic
2015: Andy Murray
2014: Rafael Nadal
2013: Rafael Nadal
2012: Roger Federer
2011: Novak Djokovic
2010: Rafael Nadal

Women’s Singles

2022: Ons Jabeur
2021: Aryna Sabalenka
2020: Not Held
2019: Kiki Bertens
2018: Petra Kvitova
2017: Simona Halep
2016: Simona Halep
2015: Petra Kvitova
2014: Maria Sharapova
2013: Serena Williams
2012: Serena Williams
2011: Petra Kvitova
2010: Aravane Rezai

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2023 Mutua Madrid Open Live Streaming

If you are looking for information on how to watch the Mutua Madrid Masters live streaming on your device, then you have come to the right place. In this article, we will tell you how to find the 2020 Madrid Masters live streaming links.

To go about live streaming any tennis event, or any sporting event for that matter is by joining a bookmaker trusted by others. It is entirely up to you. All you need here is a pre-funded account or you need to have bet at least 24 hours before the event to be able to watch the streaming.

You can catch all the tennis action from the Madrid Open 2023 live with Bet365. Being one of the world’s most trusted bookmakers, they are also known for their world-class platform and top-notch systems to live stream every single major sporting event.

As mentioned before, you need a pre-funded account with a minimum deposit of $10 or more. Once you have that, you can visit the live streaming tab and select the ‘ATP Madrid’ or ‘WTA Madrid’ option to catch all the action live. The best part is that this tournament is just one of the 100,000+ events that Bet365 live streams every year.

Here is the process you can follow to watch the Mutua Madrid Open live on your device:

  • Go to here
  • Register with (or log in to your account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the ‘ATP Madrid’ or ‘WTA Madrid’ live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

Keep in mind that this site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours.

Remember, geo-restrictions might apply.

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Other Options

In addition to Bet365, there is another bookmaker that offers live streaming services – also covers a broad spectrum of sports and tennis events like the one in Madrid. You can follow the event live on their page by creating an account and making a small deposit of $10 or more. Alternately, you must have bet in the last 24 hours of the stream using the same account to access the live streaming link.

Here too, geo-restrictions may apply.

How to watch Madrid Masters with Amazon Prime in the UK?

If you are in the UK and looking to watch the Madrid Open for the men’s side of the draw, you can also subscribe for a 30-day free trial with Amazon Prime. The ATP tennis live streaming rights between 2019 and 2023 for UK audiences are with Amazon Prime and you can watch it live streamed on your devices for free for a period of a month.

Once the free trial expires you can cancel your subscription or pay GBP 7.99/month to watch the rest of the ATP tennis tournaments in the aforementioned period as well.

In order to watch the Madrid Masters live, download Amazon’s Prime video App and install its application on either the phone or desktop. A Smart TV also allows you that option, or you can convert your television into a Smart TV by using an Amazon Fire Stick or other such options.

Madrid Open with TennisTV and WTATV

Lastly, you also watch the Madrid Masters on – the official live streaming partner of the ATP Tour. They live stream all the ATP matches every year, for a standard subscription fee of $14.99/month.

The WTA Madrid Open can watched live with and again, there is a subscription fees involved here, $9.99/month.

In both these cases, it’s not just the Madrid Open you can watch but all the respective ATP and WTA tournaments for that month you subscribe for, along with highlights and player interviews.

Mutua Madrid Open Live on TV

The TV guide for the tournament will be updated a few days before the tournament begins. Here’s a list of all the TV channels that had telecast the Madrid Masters last season. This will be subject to change for the 2020 edition of the tournament.

CountryTV Channel
AfghanistanMSM (Sony)
BangladeshMSM (Sony)
BhutanMSM (Sony)
ShanghaiShanghai Media
Hong KongPCCW
IndiaMSM (Sony)
JapanGaora Sports Channel
South KoreaEclat
MalaysiaMeasat (Astro Supersport)
MaldivesMSM (Sony)
NepalMSM (Sony)
PakistanMSM (Sony)
PhilippinesElite Sport
SingaporeStarhub (Supersports)
Sri LankaMSM (Sony)
TaiwanSino Catch (Sportcast)
ThailandCineplex (Truevisions)
VietnamCanal+ Overseas
MENABeIn Sport
CanadaTennis Canada/Rogers Sportsnet
CaribbeanESPN International
South AmericaESPN International
United StatesTennis Channel
United StatesESPN (Indian Wells, Miami, Nitto ATP Finals)
United StatesESPN (Canada, Cincinnati)
AfricaCanal+ Overseas/Africa
MENABeIn Sport
AustralasiaESPN International
AndorraSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
AndorraTVE (Siccative)
AustriaSky Deutschland
BelgiumTelenet (Play Sports)
Bosnia & HerzegovinaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
CroatiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
Czech RepublicTolano (Digi Sport)
DenmarkModern Times Group (TV3)
GeorgiaSilk Media
GermanySky Deutschland
GreeceHellenic (OTE TV)
HungaryRCS & RDS (Digisport)
Italy, San Marino & Vatican CitySky Italia
LichtensteinSky Deutschland
LuxembourgSky Deutschland
MontenegroUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NetherlandsFox Sports
North MacedoniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
NorwayModern Times Group (Viaplay)
PortugalSport TV
RomaniaRCS & RDS (Digisport)
SerbiaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SlovakiaTolano (Digi Sport)
SloveniaUnited Media (IKO Sportklub)
SpainSogecable/Telefonica (Movistar)
SpainTVE (Siccative)
SwitzerlandSky Deutschland
SwedenModern Times Group (Viaplay)
TurkeySaran (agent to many channels)
United Kingdom & ROIAmazon Prime Video
WorldwideTennis TV