Three-time champion Petra Kvitova, world no. 1 Naomi Osaka and Simona Halep lead a star-studded field at the 2019 Mutua Madrid Open, live from Madrid's Caja Magica from 4-11 May.

The 'Magic Box' plays host to another spellbinding edition of the WTA Premier Mandatory event, the biggest clay-court tournament in women's tennis outside of the French Open.

WTA Madrid Open Live Streaming

WTA Madrid tennis is live from 4-11 May with play starting around 12pm local/11am BST. Matches are televised via BT Sports in the UK, but bookmaker bet365 are also offering customers the opportunity to watch a live stream of the match alongside in-play betting.

Watch and bet on Madrid Open tennis live at bet365 > live streaming > tennis (geo-restrictions apply; funded account required or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify)





How to watch & bet on WTA Madrid Open tennis

1. Visit the bet365 website

2. Sign into your account or register for a new one

3. Select Live Streaming

4. Select 'Tennis’ from the ‘All Sports’ dropdown menu

5. Enjoy a live stream & in-play betting for WTA Madrid tennis, live from 4-11 May 2019

PLEASE NOTE: You must have a funded account or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours in order to watch tennis; geo-restrictions apply. 

Madrid Open 2019 Tournament Schedule

Madrid Open 2019

Date - TimeEvent Name Location
04 May 2019 10:00WTA R1Caja Magica
05 May 2019 10:00ATP & WTA R1Caja Magica
06 May 2019 11:00ATP R1 & R2/WTA R2Caja Magica
07 May 2019 11:00ATP R1 & R2/WTA R2Caja Magica
08 May 2019 11:00ATP R2/WTA R3Caja Magica
09 May 2019 11:00ATP R3/WTA quarterfinalsCaja Magica
10 May 2019 11:00ATP quarterfinals/WTA semifinalsCaja Magica
11 May 2019 12:30ATP semifinals/WTA finalCaja Magica
12 May 2019 12:30ATP finalCaja Magica

WTA Madrid Players 2019

The full entry list for the 2019 Mutua Madrid Open has not yet been released - but as a WTA Premier Mandatory event, it is sure to feature all the best players in the world.

Here are some of the top stars who have been confirmed to play the 2019 Mutua Madrid Open when it begins on Saturday 4 May.

Naomi Osaka
World no. 1 Osaka has only won one match at the Mutua Madrid Open so far - but then, she had never won a WTA Tour title before winning Indian Wells, or made the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam before claiming the US Open and Australian Open titles in 2018-19. Will the Caja Magica be the next territory for Osaka to conquer?

Petra Kvitova
Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova became the most successful WTA player in the history of the Mutua Madrid Open when she won her third title in Madrid in 2018, breaking a three-way tie with Serena Williams and Simona Halep. 
Champion at the Caja Magica in 2011, 2015 and 2018, when she defeated Kiki Bertens in the final to win the fourth of five titles she would capture that season, Kvitova started 2019 by making the Australian Open final and winning Sydney.

Simona Halep
Former world no. 1 Simona Halep warms up for her French Open title defense at the Mutua Madrid Open, where she won the title in 2016-17. With a stellar 22-7 record in Madrid, Halep may have suffered a surprise loss in the quarterfinals to Karolina Pliskova in 2018, but the Romanian is a player nobody's going to want to face at the Caja Magica in 2019.

Garbine Muguruza
French Open and Wimbledon champion Muguruza will be warmly received by the Mutua Madrid Open crowds as she tries to improve an unimpressive 6-7 record at the tournament where she was defeated by Daria Kasatkina in the round of 16 in 2018.

Kiki Bertens
French Open semifinalist Bertens may have proved that she's much more than a clay-court specialist in 2018 when she won titles in Cincinnati and Seoul (not to mention the St Petersburg Ladies Trophy crown she has already picked up in 2019). But that's not to suggest that the Dutch star is anything less than a very formidable force on clay, as she proved with her brilliant run to the final in Madrid in 2018, and nobody will want to face Bertens at the Caja Magica in 2019.

Stay tuned for more news about the players scheduled to appear at the Mutua Madrid Open in 2019.

Petra Kvitova has won a record three Madrid Open titles

Top Players at the Madrid Open

Here's how some of the WTA's best players have fared at the Mutua Madrid Open over the years.

Madrid Open player performance: Top women

PlayerTitlesRunner-up finishesMain-draw appearancesWin-loss record2018 result
Petra Kvitova30928-6Champion (d. Kiki Bertens)
Serena Williams20520-3Did not play
Simona Halep21922-7QF (lost to Karolina Pliskova)
Maria Sharapova11823-7QF (lost to Kiki Bertens)
Victoria Azarenka02717-7R2 (lost to Karolina Pliskova)
Kiki Bertens0138-3Runner-up (lost to Petra Kvitova)
Kristina Mladenovic0168-6R3 (lost to Maria Sharapova)
Dominika Cibulkova01810-8R1 (lost to Caroline Garcia)
Svetlana Kuznetsova011012-10R1 (lost to Petra Martic)
Venus Williams0156-5R1 (lost to Anett Kontaveit)
Caroline Wozniacki01917-9R3 (lost to Kiki Bertens)

About the Madrid Open

Together with the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, the Miami Open, the China Open in Beijing and the season-ending WTA Finals now held in Shenzhen, the Premier Mandatory-level Mutua Madrid Open is one of the five biggest tournaments on the WTA Tour outside the four Grand Slams – and as the only one played on clay, it occupies a unique position in the lead-up to the French Open.

Madrid has a long association with top-level women’s tennis, having held a clay-court event the week before the French Open from 1996 to 2003 and hosting the year-end championships in 2006 and 2007. It also held the Madrid Masters for the men on indoor hard courts in the autumn between 2002 and 2008.

It was in 2009 that the Mutua Madrid Open, under the direction of Manolo Santana and Ion Tiriac, took on its present form, as the biggest combined ATP and WTA event of the clay-court season. The iconic Caja Magica – or ‘Magic Box’ – venue was unveiled with its three show courts featuring retractable roofs, and Dinara Safina won the inaugural edition of the tournament, beating Caroline Wozniacki in the final.

Since its inaugural year, the Mutua Madrid Open has continued to attract the top stars of women’s tennis, although that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been room for the unexpected – like the dazzling run of Frenchwoman Aravane Rezai in 2010, who beat Venus Williams in the final to claim the title. Serena Williams became the first woman to win multiple titles in Madrid when she won the Premier Mandatory-level event in 2012 and 2013, beating Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova respectively; and also the first woman to win the Madrid Open and the French Open in the same year in 2013, with Sharapova following suit in 2014. 

Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova became the second women to win multiple Madrid titles when she stormed her way to the crown in 2015, having first won in 2011, and 2014 French Open runner-up Simona Halep beat Dominika Cibulkova to win her first Madrid title in 2016 - defending her title in 2017, beating Kristina Mladenovic in the final, to become the third woman to win more than one crown at the Caja Magica. 

Kvitova's run to the title in 2018, however, which saw her subdue the challenge of Kiki Bertens in the final, saw the left-handed Czech become the first player to win three titles at the Madrid Open.

With 64 players in the singles draw and no first-round byes for seeds, there is plenty of room for the unexpected to develop and clashes between top seeds and dangerous floaters are guaranteed from the very earliest days of the women’s draw at the Caja Magica – and with prize money, ranking points and prestige and confidence ahead of the French Open on the line, the battles are fierce as the first big event of the clay-court season takes place in Madrid. 

Simona Halep is one of three women to have won the Madrid Open and the French Open

Madrid Open Tournament Information

Mutua Madrid Open tournament information

Mutua Madrid OpenATP/WTA
Dates4-12 May 2019
LocationMadrid, Spain
VenueCaja Magica
SurfaceRed clay (outdoors)
CategoryATP Masters 1000/WTA Premier Mandatory
First played2009 (in present form)
Draw size (men)48 singles/16 doubles
Draw size (women)64 singles/28 doubles
Prize money (men)€5,719,660
Prize money (women)€4,771,360
Most titles (men)Rafael Nadal (5)
Most titles (women)Petra Kvitova (3)
Reigning men's singles championAlexander Zverev
Current men's doubles championsNikola Mektic/Alexander Peya
Reigning women's singles champion

Petra Kvitova
Current women's doubles championsEkaterina Makarova/Elena Vesnina

WTA Madrid Ranking Points

Here is a breakdown of the ranking points awarded by the WTA Tour for reaching various rounds at a Premier Mandatory-level event with a 64-player draw like the Mutua Madrid Open.

WTA Premier Mandatory ranking points

Round96-player draw64-player draw28-player draw
Champion1,0001,0001,000
Runner-up650650650
Semifinalist390390390
Quarterfinalist215215215
Round of 16120120120
Round of 32656510
Round of 643510-
Round of 12810--
Qualified3030-
Q22020-
Q122-

WTA Madrid Open Champions

Here is a complete list of all the singles champions at the Mutua Madrid Open since the tournament's inception in 2009. 

Players still active in singles are given in bold.

Previous WTA champions at the Mutua Madrid Open

YearChampionRunner-up
2009Dinara SafinaCaroline Wozniacki
2010Aravane RezaiVenus Williams
2011Petra KvitovaVictoria Azarenka
2012Serena WilliamsVictoria Azarenka
2013Serena Williams (2)Maria Sharapova
2014Maria SharapovaSimona Halep
2015Petra Kvitova (2)Svetlana Kuznetsova
2016Simona HalepDominika Cibulkova
2017Simona Halep (2)Kristina Mladenovic
2018Petra Kvitova (3)Kiki Bertens

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