Mutua Madrid Open 2023 | SmartRental
One of the best sporting events in Madrid is back! The Mutua Madrid Open 2023 will once again bring together the best tennis players in the world at the Caja Mágica of Madrid, in what will be the 21st edition of this must-attend tennis tournament.
Under the slogan Reset, the Madrid Open 2023 has a revamped image this year after becoming a two-week ATP Masters 1000 tournament. The event continues to grow, so if you’re a tennis lover you can’t miss it – come and visit Madrid and attend the Mutua Madrid Open 2023! All the details about the competition are here.
Mutua Madid Open 2023 Dates
This edition of the Madrid Open will feature a total of 12 days of competition after launching a new format with more players and matches.
The Mutua Madrid Open 2023 dates will be from 24 April to 7 May, with the ATP Masters 1000 and the WTA Premier Mandatory taking place at the same time.
What’s new at the Mutua Madrid Open 2023?
Starting this year, the ATP main draw of the Open will be expanded to 96 players (previously 56 players) in a total of 22 sessions featuring the best players in the world. In addition, the WTA women’s draw will be expanded to 96 players.
Although there is still no official confirmation, the tournament is expected to include some of the best Spanish players, such as Rada Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz, Pablo Carreño and Roberto Bautista, as well as some of the top international players like Novak Djokovic, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud and Daniil Medvedev.
Where is the Madrid Open held?
The Madrid Open has been held since 2009 in the Caja Mágica in Madrid, a venue designed by French architect Dominique Perrault.
The Caja Mágica has three large stadiums and is equipped to host large tournaments and competitions, both outdoors and indoors. Now the official home of the Mutua Madrid Open, this is one of the most modern tennis facilities in the world, with a capacity of 12,500 on its main court, the Manolo Santana Centre Court.
How to get to the Mutua Madrid Open?
You can get to the Caja Mágica for the Madrid Open easily by public transport in the following ways:
- Metro Line 3, San Fermín-Orcasur stop.
- Bus lines 23, 78, 123, 180 and T32
- Special line 180 to the Caja Mágica
The venue also has public parking spaces for private vehicle access, subject to a special rate during the tournament.
Tickets for the Mutua Madrid Open 2023
Do you want to buy tickets for the Mutua Madrid Open 2023? You can get them already at the official website. Make sure you get your tickets fast, as they may sell out as the Open draws nearer! These are the different categories of tickets you can buy:
- Single competition tickets: These are general admission tickets that give you access to the centre court where the big stars are playing.
- Passes: You can buy a 10, 12 or 22 session passes for the 1st week, the 2nd week, or the whole event.
- Premium Seats: An exclusive space where you can enjoy leisure, sport, and networking, set up just for 380 attendees.
Book accommodation for the Mutua Madrid Open
If you are planning to travel to Madrid to attend the Mutua Madrid Open 2023, we recommend you stay in an accessible area to the Caja Mágica, from where you can get around Madrid easily by metro.
At SmartRental we have holiday apartments located right in the centre of Madrid: Gran Vía, Puerta del Sol, La Latina, Atocha and Chueca. From here you can travel to the Madrid Open stadiums and enjoy your free time visiting the main tourist attractions of the city.
Check out all our modern rental apartments in the centre of Madrid and book a stay with all the comforts in the best areas of Madrid.