Where to watch Madrid Open 2024: Schedule, TV channel, live stream, prize money, tickets for tennis event

The 2024 ATP and WTA Tours continue in full swing, and some of the world’s best players are in the Spanish capital, Madrid, for the fourth ATP Masters 1000 event and fifth WTA 1000 tournament of the year. It’s the Madrid Open, and there’s plenty of anticipation ahead of both the men’s and women’s singles tournaments. 

With men’s world number one Novak Djokovic not competing due to a schedule change, it’s a wide open field, with Australian Open winner Jannik Sinner coming into the tournament as the top seed, and last year’s champion, Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, seeded second behind the Italian and above Daniil Medvedev. 

The women’s singles tournament also looks too close to call, with 2023 Madrid Open winner Aryna Sabalenka seeded second behind world number one Iga Swiatek despite winning the first Grand Slam of the season in Australia for the second year running. Swiatek and Sabalenka will no doubt be favoured to go all the way having contested last year’s final, but American third seed Coco Gauff will also be hoping to make good progress. 

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We’ve got plenty to keep an eye on over the next week as one of the most prestigious events on both the men’s and women’s tennis calendars gets underway, and we’ve got all your TV, streaming, scheduling and ticketing details here at The Sporting News

2024 Madrid Open tennis schedule 

This year’s edition of the Madrid Open got underway on Monday, April 22 with the first round of qualifiers for both ATP and WTA events. After two days of matches for the lower-ranked players to try and make the tournament proper, the men’s and women’s opening rounds kick off on Wednesday, April 24. 

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There’s a whopping eight courts to play on at La Caja Majica in Madrid, and there’ll be between four and six matches hosted on each throughout the tournament over the next 14 days of world-class tennis. 

Those 14 days culminate on Sunday, May 5 2024, with the men’s singles final and the women’s doubles decider. The WTA singles final will take place a day earlier on Saturday, May 4, as both competitions are whittled down to a final two from the initial 128 apiece in round 1. 

Date Events
Monday, April 22 Men’s & Women’s 1st Round Qualifying
Tuesday, April 23 ATP & WTA 2nd Round Qualifying, WTA 1st Round
Wednesday, April 24 ATP & WTA 1st Round proper
Thursday, April 25 ATP 1st Round, WTA 1st & 2nd Round
Friday, April 26 ATP & WTA 2nd Round
Saturday, April 27 ATP 2nd Round, WTA 3rd Round
Sunday, April 28 ATP & WTA 3rd Round
Monday, April 29 ATP 3rd Round, WTA Last 16
Tuesday, April 30 ATP Last 16, WTA Quarterfinals
Wednesday, May 1 ATP Quarterfinals, WTA Quarterfinals
Thursday, May 2 ATP Quarterfinals, WTA Semifinals
Friday, May 3 ATP Semifinals, WTA Doubles Semifinals
Saturday, May 4 ATP Doubles Final, WTA Singles Final
Sunday, May 5 ATP Singles Final, WTA Doubles Final

2024 Madrid Open TV channel, live stream

Here’s how to watch live coverage of the 2024 Madrid Open tennis tournament across selected regions of the world:

Region TV Streaming
USA Tennis Channel Fubo, TCPlus
Canada TSN

TSN Direct

UK Sky Sports Tennis Sky Go App, NOW TV

USA: The home of tennis in the US, the Tennis Channel, are broadcasting full coverage of each match live on American cable TV, as well as their streaming service TC Plus. Fubo also have access to the Tennis Channel’s feed and are streaming the whole tournament live for subscribers, as well as offering a FREE trial for new customers.

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Canada: TSN is the place to catch all the action from this year’s Madrid Open in Canada, with streaming of the coverage both live and on catch-up also set to be provided by their streaming service TSN Direct. 

UK: Sky Sports’ own tennis channel will be showing live and catch-up coverage of this year’s Madrid Open, either via your TV subscription with Sky, or access to either of their broadcast feeds via streaming on Sky Go or NOW TV. 

2024 Madrid Open prize money

Like several events on this year’s professional tennis calendar, both ATP and WTA competitors will receive equal prize money in the singles tournament. The total cache of prize money is a whopping €​​​​8,419,832, with the winner of each event set to collect €963,225 of that! 

It’s one of the richest events on the calendar, with even those knocked out in the first round of qualifying pocketing €​​​​6,130. Reaching the first round proper will net players €20,360 straight away, while the losing finalists in both tournaments are still set to win over half a million dollars, with the runners-up prize being €512,260.

Stage Reached Prize Money
Winner €963,225
Finalist €512,260
Semi-finalists €284,590
Quarter-finalists €161,995
Round of 16 €88,440
Round of 32 €51,665
Round of 64 €30,255
Round of 128 €20,360
Qualifying Round 2 €11,820
Qualifying Round 1 €6,130

2024 Madrid Open tennis tickets 

  • Tickets: Stubhub
  • Cheapest: $51
  • Most expensive: $5,458

There’s hardly a ticket left in the house on Stubhub for this year’s Madrid Open, but tennis fans can pick up some of the few that are still available at a varying range of prices. The cheapest currently left for purchase stands at €51, and is for Tuesday, April 30’s ATP Last 16 action on the Estadio Manolo Santana court at La Caja Majica. 

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With a handful of tickets left for most events on each day of the 2024 Madrid Open, Stubhub has you covered, providing a full panoramic display of each stadium and court so that customers can choose exactly where they want to sit and when. 

For €1,746, fans can purchase a full pass for the second week of the tournament in the seats at Estadio Manolo Santana, while Stubhub‘s most expensive ticket for a single event at this year’s tournament is a huge 5,458, which will land you premium seats for the men’s ATP decider on Sunday, May 5. 

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