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Madrid Open 2023 When and Where to Watch, Detailed Schedule

Madrid hosts the second ATP 1000 clay tournament of the European clay swing. Tennis season is already in Spain and the first stop has been the historic city Barcelona. The Madrid Masters will be held between April 24 and May 7.

This ATP –1000 tournament is the third major clay event scheduled each year. The French Open will follow. This year, some of the top seeded players will be competing, including Carlos Alcaraz Stefanos Tsitsipas Casper Ruud and Holger Rane. The tournament will be without its two greatest champions – Rafael Nadal, and the current world no.1 Novak Djokovic. Due to injury, the Italian star Jannik Siner also chose to withdraw from the tournament.

Carlos Alcaraz who is currently World No.2 is seeking to defend his title. The young man’s title defense in Barcelona is a warning to his opponents about what he can do. Last year’s Madrid run was epic. His Madrid run last year was epic.

On the women’s team, all the top players are included in the draw, including Iga Swaatek, Aryna Sablalenka and defending champion Ons Jabbeur. The Polish World No.1 has dominated the women’s game since she took the title from Sabalenka with a straight win in Barcelona. Ons Jabeur’s recovery from the injury she sustained in the Barcelona semi-final match against Swiatek will also be interesting to see.

Madrid Open TV schedule and broadcasting details 2023

Carlos Alcaraz will be the favorite at the Madrid Masters

Here is a list of all the channels that will broadcast the competition at the Madrid Open.

Tennis Channel/ TC Plus – USA

Amazon.com –United Kingdom and Ireland

beIN Sports –Australia

beIN Sports –Middle East

beIN SPORTS – Singapore

beIN SPORTS Southeast Asia – Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, East Timor, Philippines, Singapore

MIGU China

EurosportCzech Republic – Slovakia, Romania Hungary, France

PCCWHong Kong

WOWOW (Japan)

Cosmote – Greece

Sky – Germany, Austria, Switzerland

Telefonica/ Movistar – Spain

Hellenic (OTE TV – Greece)

Polsat Polsat Polsat Polsat Polsat HTML 0_ – Poland

ESPN International Latam– Latin America

Supersport Africa– Africa

S Sport – Turkey

Sky NZ New Zealand

TSN Canada

Tennis TV – India, Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Maldives, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka

Tennis TV will be able to stream all matches live.


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