The WTA Madrid Open 2023 will be starting on April 25 at the Park Manzanares. Here, we will discuss the detailed preview, schedule, TV, and live stream of the tournament.
The Madrid Open is a WTA 1000 event. The tournament’s field will be led by Iga Świątek, who is currently the number 1 tennis star of the world. She won the Stuttgart Open last week.
World’s number 2 Aryna Sabalenka will be starting her tournament in the round of 64. The Australian Open 2023 winner has just finished playing in Stuttgart as a runner-up.
We will see American tennis star Jessica Pegula, who is currently number 3 in the world ranking. She was out from the semi-final of the Charleston in her most recent tournament.
Defending Champion: Ons Jabeur
Ons Jabeur is the defending champion of the tournament. The defending champion has withdrawn from this year’s event due to her calf injury.
We will see most of the top-ranked players on the WTA list in the Madrid Open. The tournament will be played on the outdoor clay courts.
When is WTA Madrid Open 2023?
The tournament will start on Tuesday, April 25, and will continue till Saturday, April 6.
Here is the detailed schedule of the WTA Madrid Open 2023:
|Round of 128
|Round of 64
|Round of 32
|April 29-May 30
|Round of 16
Where will the tournament take place?
- Venue: Park Manzanares
- Capacity: 15,000
The WTA Madrid Open 2023 will take place in Madrid, Spain, in the Park Manzanares Stadium. The venue can hold 15,000 people at a time.
How to Watch the tournament on TV?
- Tennis Channel
- BeIN Sports
Tennis Channel will show the live stream of the WTA Madrid Open 2023 in the USA. In Australia, the tournament will be shown on Bein Sports. In Canada, the tournament will be shown on TSN.
How to live stream the WTA Madrid Open 2023?
The live stream of the WTA Madrid Open 2023 will be available on tennischannel.com, an official platform of the tennis channel. In the UK, Amazon Prime Video will provide full coverage of the event, while, fans will be able to watch the tournament on the TSN app from Canada.