Best Madrid Open Tennis Tickets.
- Stærst Selection
- Ticket Ábyrgð
- Global Delivery
Madrid Open Ticket Information
Throughout the year there are a limited number of specially priced ticket and/or hospitality packages that are available for sale.
This is a perfect alternative for someone travelling who only wants to attend one or two sessions at a particular event.
Certain sessions are sold out due to the high demand of tour packages; however in the event of a last minute cancellation these tickets may also be listed for sale.
The Mutua Madrid Open wants to make tennis accessible to everybody. To do this there are not only three types of generic ticket available (Central Court, Stadium 2 and Ground tickets).
But there is also a wide variety of promotions on offer (coupons, schools and business), all of which makes going to the Caja Mágica and seeing the greats from both the ATP and WTA circuits that much easier.
Centre Court tickets
Manolo Santana Holders of a Centre Court (Manolo Santana Stadium) ticket will have access to Centre Court, as well as to Stadium 2 and all other courts, except on Tuesday the 5th, Wednesday the 6th and Thursday the 7th of May, when in order to gain access to Stadium 2, a separate, specific ticket will be necessary.
Arantxa Sánchez-Vicario Centre Court and ground ticket-holders have access to this stadium every day except Tuesday the 5th, Wednesday the 6th and Thursday the 7th. On these three days a specific ticket with numbered seating for Stadium 2 will be sold. There will be no numbered seating on any other day.
This ticket allows access to Stadium 2 and all other courts (it does not allow access to Centre Court), except on Tuesday the 5th, Wednesday the 6th and Thursday the 7th when holders of this ticket will only be able to access Stadium 3 and external courts. Ground tickets are subject to availability on the venue capacity at any time.
Information for Travellers Madrid Open Tennis Tournament
The Mutua Madrid Open celebrated its 13th edition in 2014. The ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament transitioned from hard court to clay in 2009 and is staged at the Caja Magica.
Spaniards have won the title five times since the inaugural edition in 2002, with Rafael Nadal lifting the trophy for a fourth time in 2014. Real Madrid footballers regularly attend, with Cristiano Ronaldo often seen courtside.