The Mutua Madrid Open has put on sale this Wednesday the tickets for the 20th anniversary of the tournament, which will be held from April 26 to May 8, 2022 at the Caja Mágica. Starting from a price of 7 euros, the Mutua Madrid Open has launched the tickets, the season tickets (seven different types) and the Premium Seats, which give access to the exclusive space that combines leisure, sports and networking.
As a great novelty for 2022, the Mutua Madrid Open has also put on sale tickets for all competition days for the Arantxa Sánchez Vicario Stadium, where memorable matches have traditionally been played in the history of the tournament.
In 2021, the Mutua Madrid Open became the first event in all of Europe to once again have a large audience (40% of the total capacity) during the 13 days of the tournament, concluding with the victories of Alexander Zverev and Aryna Sabalenka and putting a perfect finishing touch on the return of top level tennis to the capital of Spain.
Established in 2002 in the city of Madrid, the Mutua Madrid Open has taken place at the Caja Mágica since 2009 within the European clay court tour as the only combined Masters 1000 and Premier Mandatory held in Europe.
The tournament has an illustrious list of champions including Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Simona Halep, Novak Djokovic or Petra Kvitova among many other winners. For any questions related to the tickets, users can contact the Mutua Madrid Open at the email [email protected] or by phone 915 265 776.
The organization encourages you to enjoy an edition that will be magical.
Roger Federer has repeatedly defied Father Time
Denis Shapovalov recently gave his thoughts on a variety of topics, right from idolizing 20-time Major winner Roger Federer growing up, to the GOAT race between the Big 3.
Roger Federer has repeatedly defied Father Time, spending close to two decades at the top of the game. The Swiss' success on the court and his squeaky clean image off it have adhered him to fans all over the world. "He has been a huge role model for me growing up and he's continued to be," Shapovalov said.
"The way he carries himself, the way he is as a person, there's no show with him. It's all natural, all genuine. It's really inspiring, just great to have met him and see how he really is." The Wimbledon Championships 2021 was most probably the best shot for Federer to win his 21st Grand Slam.
He gave some exceptional performances there and managed to reach the quarters. However, Hubert Hurkacz thrashed him in straight sets there and ended his campaign.