The Mutua Madrid Open is the second of three clay-court ATP Masters 1000 tennis tournaments, following the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters and ahead of next week’s Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome.
Rafael Nadal will look to add to his record haul of five titles in Madrid and 33 at ATP Masters 1000 tournaments. Novak Djokovic, who has a 2-0 mark in Madrid finals, can match the Spaniard’s Masters 1000 titles mark with victory this coming week. Alexander Zverev enters as the defending champion, while three-time Madrid titlist Roger Federer makes his first appearance on clay since 2016. Dominic Thiem will look to win his second clay-court title of the season following his recent triumph at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell.
How to Watch the Madrid Masters Live Streaming Online?
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- When you join and make a deposit you will immediately see the streams. Click ‘live streaming’ on the right hand side of the page to open the standalone player.
- Alternatively, click on ‘tennis’ under ‘live in-play’ on the home page
This brings up a list of matches being streamed live and you can watch the stream embedded in the page, making it easier to keep track of all the latest odds and markets – in-play betting is a breeze when you watch tennis this way.
You also have access to detailed in-play stats and more.
- Sit back & watch the Madrid Masters live online.