Madrid's biggest tennis event of the year is back! The Mutua Madrid Open 2023 will once again bring the best players on the national and international scene to the Spanish capital for the Masters 1000 tournament.
Mutua Madrid Open is a must-attend event for tennis lovers this spring, so read on for all the details! Dates, times, where to get tickets and where to stay in Madrid.
What's new at the Mutua Madrid Open 2023
The 21st edition of the Mutua Madrid Open will become a two-week event after launching a new format which includes more players and matches.
To be precise, the 2023 edition of the Madrid Open will expand the draw to 96 players (previously 56) in a total of 22 tennis sessions.
Although not yet confirmed, some of the best Spanish tennis players of the moment are expected to participate in this year's Mutua Madrid Open, such as Rada Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz, Pablo Carreño and Roberto Bautista, as well as the most renowned international players: Novak Djokovic, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud, Daniil Medvedev, etc.
Mutua Madrid Open 2023 dates
The 2023 edition of the Mutua Madrid Open will last for a total of 12 days. As always, the ATP Masters 1000 and the WTA Premier Mandatory will be held at the same time.
The dates for the 2023 Mutua Madrid Open are 24 April to 7 May.
Where is the Mutua Madrid Open?
As it has every year since 2009, the Madrid Open tennis tournament will be played in the Caja Mágica, one of the most modern tennis venues in Europe. The Caja Mágica consists of three large stadiums to host large competitions such as the Mutua Madrid Open. All games can be played outdoors and indoors, with the largest court seating up to 12,500 spectators - a delight for tennis fans from all over the world!
How to get to the Caja Mágica in Madrid?
There are various public transport options to get to the Mutua Madrid Open from the centre of Madrid, such as the metro or bus. There’s also a special bus line that runs directly to the Caja Mágica during the Open. Here are the combinations to get to the venue:
- Metro Line 3 (San Fermín-Orcasur stop)
- Bus Lines 23, 78, 123, 180 and T32
- Bus Line 180 to the Magic Box
Although it is recommended to go by public transport, there are also parking spaces at the Caja Mágica where you can park your private vehicle. Another option is to take a taxi, which takes about 25 minutes from the centre of Madrid depending on traffic.
Tickets for the Mutua Madrid Open
You can buy your tickets for the Madrid Open 2023 on the official event’s website. There are different categories of tickets:
- Competition ticket: These tickets are used to access the central court and watch any game.
- Season tickets: There are 10, 12 or 22 session tickets that can be used for the 1st week, the 2nd week or the whole event.
- Premium Seats: A VIP networking space available for only 380 attendees.
Make sure you get your tickets now if you are interested in attending the final or semi-finals of the Madrid Open! It's a very busy tournament that usually sells out weeks before the event.
Find the best accommodation in Madrid
Are you coming to Madrid to attend the Mutua Madrid Open 2023? We recommend you stay at Hotel Único, our 5-star hotel in Madrid located in the Barrio de Salamanca, a very exclusive and central area in the capital.
Our luxury boutique hotel is your best option to stay in the heart of Madrid, close to the must-see tourist attractions and in an ideal location for travelling to the Madrid Open matches.
At Hotel Único you will find an oasis of calm and elegance when you need to relax, with luxurious rooms and suites that include all the amenities. Visit our relaxing wellness area with gym and treatments, and don't forget to try the gastronomy of the Michelin-starred RFXM restaurant.