Mutua Madrid Open, widely considered the second most important clay tournament of the season, is an ATP Masters 1000 Series and Premier Mandatory WTA event. Mutua Madrid Open takes place in the most modern facility in the world, La Caja Mágica (The Magic Box) and attracts the best of the ATP and WTA tours. In 2023, the ATP draw will increase from 56 to 96 players and from 8 to 12 days. The qualifiers will take place on Monday 24 and 25 April, while the first round in the main draw will kick off on Wednesday 26 before the competition reaches its climax on Sunday 7 May, completing a total of 22 sessions of the best tennis in the world. In addition, the WTA tournament will expand its draw from 64 players to 96, and will take place in parallel with the men’s competition, guaranteeing a spectacular event and offering the fans a range of great options to follow in the Caja Mágica.

Past attendees describe the experience as a “top location for a masters 1000 on clay” and they all agree it is truly magic. Other positive feedback includes reasonable ticket prices, good choice of food vendors, clean restrooms and great merchandise selection.

Mutua Madrid Open Schedule and Tickets

Ticket Options and Tips

Reserving your seats at La Caja Magica:

  • Ticket Resellers – Our recommended reseller sites for the Mutua Madrid Open include Viagogo.
  • Direct Website offers primary tickets:
  • All three Caja Mágica courts have retractable roofs, so no rain delays.
  • You can purchase individual tickets for the Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and Finals. Prices for a single Quarterfinal begin at just $37 and climb as high as $207 for a top tier seat for the Finals.
  • Box seats are the premium and most expensive option. After that, tickets are broken down into categories 1 through 3, with 3 being the seats furthest from the court. In Manolo Santana Center Court, seats on the North and South sides provide the most shade. It also is nice to be behind the baseline so you don’t have to keep moving your head side to side to follow the rally.
  • Qualifiers: April 24-25, 2023

Mutua Madrid Open breaks down tickets in easy-to-understand packages. Tickets range from $8 to $25, depending on which days you go. If you are in town for multiple tournament days, packages may be your best bet. Grounds Passes are also offered. Below is a breakdown of each ticket set.

  • "Complete" – This gets you 16 total sessions throughout the tournament. With this pass, you can access any of the stadiums. The cost is between $490 – $1000 USD, depending on which tier of seat you select.
  • "Tennis Fan" – This includes 5 sessions from Friday to Monday, and gets you into any of the stadiums. A stunning value, with prices ranging from $40 to $90.
  • "Estrella" – Enjoy tennis in any stadium all day and all night on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the exception of Stadium 2. This translates to "Star Session" and prices range from $75 to $145.
  • "After Work" – Come unwind after work with 5 night session passes, Monday to Friday. Tickets run between $110 to $200.
  • Centre court tickets allow you access to centre court, Stadium 2 (Except Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday which need access through a specific ticket), and all other courts.

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Mutua Madrid Open Tickets and Schedule

April 24 – May 7, 2023

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Mutua Madrid Open Hotel Picks

La Caja Magica is a short distance away from Madrid city center and we recommend staying in the heart of the action. There are almost no hotels within walking distance of the tournament, but you can still stay close by and have access to such great city amenities such as restaurants, shopping, and museums.

Only YOU Boutique Hotel Madrid – This is as unique and trendy as could be. Quirkiness and luxury intersect at this beautiful boutique in the heart of the city. The price point is around $200 per night, and it is only 6 miles from the tennis tournament.

ILUNION Suites Madrid – This hotel is an incredible value. Four stars, yet prices as low as $70 per night. It is ultra-modern, with sleek walls with glowing lights, flat screens everywhere, and beautiful communal areas. In the northern area of the City Center, it is an excellent choice.

Hotel Único Madrid – This 5-star luxury hotel is the perfect example of urban luxury. Enjoy fine dining to the tune of 2 Michelin stars. Relax with an array of modern amenities, and enjoy the immense contemporary style of display at this hotel. Prices vary, but for a hotel of this nature it is quite affordable, with an average price of about $390 per night.

The Principal Madrid Hotel – You know this luxury boutique is a great option when they have an entire page on their website dedicated to Mutua Madrid Open! With just 76 rooms, attend to detail is a crowning achievement of this hotel, providing guests with a glorious experience. But perhaps their most noteworthy feature is their 7th story roof terrace, boasting some of the best panoramic views of Madrid.

DoubleTree by Hilton Madrid-Prado – For the familiar comforts of a classic American chain hotel coupled with Spanish charm, try the DoubleTree. Stay in a historic building in the Las Letras neighborhood, but in a comfy room with modern amenities.

Eurostars Madrid Tower – This luxury hotel will make you feel like you are staying in a James Bond movie, but in the heart of Madrid. Adorned in polished hardwood floors and walls with big glass windows, the Tower offers incredible views of the city as well as great restaurants and a relaxing spa.

Venue Information

La Caja Magica, a beautiful steel, wood and glass complex designed by French architect Dominique Perrault, is home to three main tennis courts. Center Court, known as Manolo Santana Center Court, has a capacity of 12,500 spectators. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario Stadium is the second largest stadium, and seats 3,500 fans. Lastly, Stadium 3 holds 2,500 spectators.

La Caja Magica
Cmo. de Perales, 23, 28041
Madrid, Spain

Madrid Open Grounds Map

Madrid Open Caja Magica Grounds Map

The best way to get to The Magic Box is by Public Transit. There are 6 bus lines that arrive every 10 to 20 minutes. Line 180, line 23, line 78, line T32, line 123 and line 3. Most of these routes start an hour before matches begin, and finish an hour after the last match of the night ends.

You can also take a taxi to the venue. Just 20 minutes from the heart of Madrid, it is a quick and affordable ride.

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Madrid Open Flight Info

Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport (MAD) is about 18 minutes driving time northwest of the Magic Box.

FlightHub is our favorite site to search for cheap flights to anywhere. They have amazing customer service and their search results allow you to narrow down by dozens of options, including airline, # stops, etc, as well as sign up for fare alerts.

Sometimes, waiting a few days or a week may make a huge difference in airfare prices. Check the cheapest flight options at FlightHub.

Cheap Flight Tips:

1) Tuesdays and Wednesdays are generally the cheapest days to fly. Next lowest fares are usually Thursday and Saturday (which usually means you can catch quarter finals on Friday, and head out on Saturday)

2) If you've already searched multiple times on a site for airfare, trying going private or incognito on your browser, which may show newer and lower rates

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Madrid Popular Activities & Things to Do

There is so much to do and see in Madrid, the Young City and capital of Spain. Visit the best Spanish museums such as Prado, Reina Sofia, and Thyssen. Stop at the Real Palace, and grab some food and drinks at famous city markets Mercado de San Miguel and Platea food court. And if you still have some time left after some tennis, go to a soccer game! Madrid is the home to the world-famous Real Madrid team. In fact, oftentimes, stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo are seen in the crowds of Mutua Madrid Open!

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Prior Mutua Madrid Open Dates:

  • Apr 26 – May 6, 2022
  • April 27-May 9, 2021
  • September 13-20, 2020 (Rescheduled from May 1-10, 2020)
  • May 3-12, 2019



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