The world’s best tennis players are set to meet again this spring in the Spanish capital to play the renowned Masters 1000 Madrid tournament.
The competition will be held from 26 April to 8 May at the emblematic Caja Mágica stadium under the official name of Mutua Madrid Open 2022. Like every year, fans from all over the world will gather in Madrid to see the top pro players in action.
All about the Mutua Madrid Open 2022
The Madrid Masters is an essential sporting event for tennis lovers. It’s part of the international ATP Masters 1000, with Madrid being the fourth city where it is played in each season. The WTA 1000 series of the women's professional circuit takes place in the same tournament.
Since 2009, the Madrid Tennis Masters has been held in the famous Caja Mágica, one of the most modern facilities in world tennis. The venue has three clay courts, the largest being La Pista Central Manolo Santana which holds up to 12,500 spectators.
A few weeks before the competition, we know some of the big names that will participate in the tournament. Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka, Paula Badosa, Garbiñe Muguruza, Carlos Alcaraz or the current Masters Madrid champions, Alexander Zverev and Aryna Sabalenka, are some of the illustrious tennis players who will play the battle to be crowned at Caja Mágica.
Tickets for the Madrid Tennis Master
The Mutua Madrid Open 2022 offers different types of season tickets for the tournament matches. The price of tickets to watch the competitions at the Central Court ranges from €10 for the qualifying rounds to €313 for the finals in the lower tier and €212 in the upper tier.
Tickets for the final of the Tennis Master and the rest of the matches can be purchased both online and physically at the Caja Mágica ticket offices, before and during the event. Remember to buy your tickets as soon as possible, don't miss out on seeing the Madrid Masters!
Where to stay for the Mutua Madrid Open
If you are thinking of attending the Masters Madrid 2022 tournament, Hotel Único Madrid offers you central 5-star accommodation with a privileged location in the exclusive Barrio de Salamanca.
From Hotel Único Madrid 5* you can comfortably travel by public transport to the Caja Mágica. Take metro line 3 to get to the San Fermín-Orcasur stop, a few minutes' walk from the site, or opt for one of the many bus lines that go there. Check all the transport options on the official website of the tournament. You can also get there in 20 minutes by taxi from Hotel Único Madrid.
Our team is available for any questions about your stay in Madrid and will help you manage the ticket reservation and transfer to the Mutua Madrid Open. Don't hesitate any longer and book your luxury stay at the Único Madrid hotel to see the Tennis Master. We are waiting!