MUTUA MADRID OPEN – MASTERS DE MADRID
From 4th until 13th May 2012
Mutua Madrid Open had ten years of record-breaking audience and bringing together the best players in the world, but the Madrid tournament, which takes place on clay, seems to have no ceiling. This tournament is next to Roland Garros and Wimbledon, the only combined tournament (with male and female box) in Europe and has a spectacular venue (the Magic Box Dominique Perrault). Will Djokovic and Nadal repeat the last final in 2012?
Andre Agassi (2002), Juan Carlos Ferrero (2003), Marat Safin (2004), Rafael Nadal (2005 and 2010), Roger Federer (2006 and 2009), David Nalbandian (2007), Andy Murray (2008), Novak Djokovic ( 2011), Dinara Safina (2009), Aravane Rezai (2010) and Petra Kvitova (2011). A look at the winners of the Madrid Open Mutual gives an idea of tennis great has been witnessed in Madrid during the last ten years.
The installation designed by French architect Dominique Perrault is one of the most unique and significant buildings in worldwide sport architecture.
The City of Madrid tennis courts consists of three indoor / outdoor with total capacity for 20,000 spectators (12,000, 5,000, 3,000), 16 outdoor courts, five indoor courts with capacity for 350 people each, and six tennis training courts. Besides the Magic Box has an indoor pool, the headquarters of the Spanish Tennis Federation, a tennis school, a Club House and a press center.
The men’s tournament of the Mutua Madrid Open that delivers € 2,835,000 in prize-circuit part of the prestigious Masters 1000 (former Tennis Masters Series), nine tournaments (Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid, Canada, Cincinnati , Shanghai and Paris) which (after the four Grand Slam Australia Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and U.S. Open-and ATP World Tour Finals) are allocated the most points for world ranking.
During these days (which makes the Mutua Madrid Open tournament in Europe only with Roland Garros and Wimbledon, where both are fighting the men’s and women’s), you play the women’s tournament, part in Category Premier Mandatory in the WTA Tour (near Indian Wells, Miami and Beijing, the second largest after the Grand Slams and the WTA Championships) and is endowed with 4.5 million dollars in prizes.
Please find our rates for individuals for the Madrid Open 2012. We have also VIP tickets available and the special promotion for groups Tennis & Fun + Catering.
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