2023 Mutua Madrid Open Schedule and Order of Play – Updated Daily

The second clay-court Masters 1000 of the season gets underway. We will have the best tennis players in the world facing different challenges to become the best of the Mutua Open 2023.

In the men’s category, we will once again have Carlos Alcaraz defending the title which he won before against Zverev in a resounding manner in the previous edition. In addition, we will have Daniil Medvedev who is the number 2 seed after regaining third place in the ranking.

Mutua Madrid Open
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In the women’s category, we will see again the most outstanding tennis players this year. Among them, we will have Iga Swiatek, Elena Rybakina, and Aryna Sabalenka, as well as the finalist of the previous edition, Jessica Pegula.

At the moment, two of the most notable absentees are Spain’s Rafael Nadal and Serbia’s Novak Djokovic. Nadal confirmed that he would not be at the Mutua Madrid Open as his recovery was not achieved in the expected time. While the Serbian tennis player continues to have problems with his right elbow. On the women’s circuit, all the top players will be present with the exception of Ons Jabeur, who will not be able to defend the title she won in the previous edition.

Mutua Madrid Open Order of Play:

The last day of the Madrid Open 2023 has arrived. The day before we met the new champion in the WTA category, ARyna Sabalenka lifted the title after defeating the world number 1 Iga Swiatek in three intense sets. Now it only remains to be seen if Carlos Alcaraz completes his title defence, or if the German player Jan Lennard Struff will achieve a unique milestone in this competition, winning the championship as a lucky loser.

Mutua Madrid Open Finals


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Carlos Alcaraz vs an-Lennard Struff


For two weeks Madrid will be home to the best tennis players in the world. Here is the Mutua Madrid Open Schedule for you to follow every stage of the second clay-court Master 1000 of the season day by day.

Day 1 – Monday 24th – Qualifying

Day 2 – Tuesday 25th – Qualifying

Day 3 – Wednesday 26th – First Round

Day 4 – Thursday 27th – First Round

Day 5 – Friday 28th – Second Round

Day 6 – Saturday 29th – Second Round

Day 7 – Sunday 30th – Third Round

Day 8 – Monday 1st – Third Round / Fourth Round

Day 9 – Tuesday 2nd – Fourth Round

Day 10 – Wednesday 3rd – Quarterfinals

Day 11 – Thursday 4th – WTA Semifinals

Day 12 – Friday 5th – ATP Semifinals

Day 13 – Saturday 6th – WTA Finals

Day 14 – Sunday 7th – ATP Finals

Favourite Matchups at Mutua Madrid Open Final

Carlos Alcaraz vs Jan Lennard Struff

The Spanish tennis player celebrated his 20th birthday with an emphatic win over Roberto Bautista Agut and a place in the Mutua Madrid Open Final. Jan Lennard Stuff had one of the most impressive comebacks in recent years. Although he lost in the qualifying round to Aslan Karatsev, he made it through to the tournament. He then went through each round in solid style, until he met Karatsev again in the semi-finals, but this time the ending was different. Struff defeated his opponent in 3 sets, and will now go in search of his first title and to cut the Spanish player’s streak of 9 consecutive victories.

In the absence of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz has become the dominator of every event he participates in. At the age of 20, he has already won more than other veterans who are still in competition. Revalidating his title at the Mutua Madrid Open will be important before he starts his next adventure in Rome, where he will have the chance to win a lot of points, as he missed the previous edition of the tournament due to injury.c

Jan Lennard Struff has never been able to establish himself as a top player, so the opportunity he has in his hands is unique. The German could join the small group of lucky losers who have won a major event. A 100-point win in Madrid would push him even higher in the ATP rankings.

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