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When, Where and How to Watch Mutua Madrid Open 2024? Everything You Need to Know About the Streaming Details

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It has been a week full of comebacks and withdrawal news in the headlines of all the newspapers in Madrid. Time has gone pretty fast over the last few days, and now it’s time to ring the bell. The bulls of the tennis world are eager to step in and set the stage on fire at the 2024 Mutua Madrid Open.

The 22nd edition (15th for women’s) of this historic tournament promises to showcase some thrilling action-packed matches featuring the superstars of both ATP and WTA. Here are all the details of how can you watch this action-packed tournament right from the comfort of your home.

The tournament is set to commence from 23 April to 5 May. In the USA, Tennis Channel has taken the broadcasting rights for the Mutua Madrid Open for this year. The match timing for 23rd April is 5:30 am ET, so tune in to Tennis Channel with a bucket full of popcorn and enjoy day 1 of this exciting tournament.


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Now, let us have a look at some of the broadcasters for the ATP Masters 1000 tournaments for this year across the globe. In Australia, the Madrid Open will be telecasted on the beIN Sports. TSN will do the coverage of this tournament in Canada. Eurosport has the rights in France and Sky UK has the broadcasting rights in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. 


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The Mutua Madrid Open transitioned from a hard-court tournament to clay courts in 2009. The tournament is held at La Caja Magica since 2009. Rafael Nadal (5) has waved his magic wands most number of times in Madrid. While the next-gen Spanish star, Carlos Alcaraz did it on the last two occasions in the 2022 and 2023 seasons.

Who will have the last laugh this time around on the clay courts of Madrid? Here are some of the recent developments that have taken place surrounding this tournament over the week.

What lies ahead for the fans at the 2024 Madrid Open?


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Can Carlos Alcaraz create a historic feat in his career by winning three consecutive titles in Madrid? Well, a fit Alcaraz is mightier than a sword! His fans are now a bit worried after seeing Alcaraz postpone his travel to Madrid to take part in this tournament. He has already missed the Monte Carlo and Barcelona tournaments this year. Surely he would not like to miss another one and that too on his home soil. Carlos Alcaraz has been struggling with a right arm injury for the last few weeks. Currently, he’s undergoing rehabilitation at the Ferrero Tennis Academy in Villena.

Novak Djokovic has withdrawn from this tournament, so Jannik Sinner will be the top seed heading into the Madrid event. While ‘King of Clay‘ will face America’s Darwin Blanch in his first match on Wednesday. On the WTA side, Aryna Sabalenka will look forward to defending her title, but will the ‘Queen of Clay’, Iga Swiatek give her a free run? 

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