If you are after tickets for the Madrid Tennis Open, you have come to the right place. The Madrid Tennis Open, named Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open for sponsoring purposes, is a clay court joint tournament between the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). This means that when you get tickets for a day, you will get to see the best male and female tennis players in action.
Dates for the next edition of the tournament have been announced: the 2023 Madrid Tennis Open will be held from April 24th to May 7th, 2023. The first days of the tournament are used for the qualifying rounds. The final of the Madrid Tennis Open will be played on May the 7th, 2023 in Caja Mágica in Madrid.
Buy your Madrid Tennis Open tickets
Luckily for you, our website lists only reliable and well-established ticket marketplaces. That way, you will be able to purchase your Madrid Tennis Open tickets in confidence and securely. As soon as tickets are available for purchase, you will be able to check the prices and select the seating option of your choice. The 2023 Madrid Tennis Open will see thousands of lucky fans get their tickets early to attend this World Class Tennis tournament hassle-free.MUTUA MADRID OPEN 2022April 24th – May 7th. Caja Mágica. Madrid 2-WEEKS FULL-PASSES AVAILABLE SEE PRICES SECONDARY MARKET
How much is a ticket to the Mutua Madrid Open?
Below are the official prices for the Mutua Madrid Open 2022:
- 26, 27 April: From 11,50€
- 28, 29 April: From 8,50€
- 30 April: From 16,50€
- 1 May: From 21,50€
- 2 May: From 26,50€
- 3 May: From 35,50€
- 4 May: From 41,50€
- 5 May: From 53,50€
- 6 May: From 87,50€
- 7 May: From 104,50€
- 8 May: From 161,50€
Please note that the printed price on the ticket is the value of the ticket according to the event organizer.
About the Madrid Tennis Open
The Mutua Madrid Open is, alongside the Conde de Godó Barcelona Tennis Open, Spain’s highest-rated tennis tournament. In fact, and despite its status as one of the top tennis nations, Spain does not host any of the four Grand Slams, currently hosted in France, England, Australia, and the USA. You will easily comprehend that due to the fantastic fervor for Tennis in Spain, it can get quite tricky to get tickets for the Madrid Tennis Open as the time of the tournament approaches.
How to get to Caja Mágica in Madrid?
Madrid’s Caja Mágica, the host of the Mutua Madrid Tennis Open, is located in the San Fermin neighborhood, south-east of Madrid. It is well deserved by public transportation with metro stations and bus stops nearby.
Cmo. de Perales, 23, 28041 Madrid