Madrid Open 2023: Where to watch, live streaming details, and TV schedule

Here are live streaming and broadcasting details for the Madrid Open 2023 across the globe.


Madrid Open 2023: Where to watch, live streaming details, and TV schedule

Madrid Masters

The European clay swing is peaking with the second ATP-1000 clay tournament of the season in Madrid. The tennis season has reached Spain already and the first stop was in the historic city of Barcelona. The Madrid Masters is scheduled to be held from April 24 to May 7.

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This ATP -1000 event is the third main tournament scheduled for each year on clay. This will be followed by Italian Open and then the French Open. Some of the top seeds such as Carlos AlcarazStefanos TsitsipasCasper Ruud, and Holger Rune will be playing this year. But the tournament will miss its greatest champion here- Rafael Nadal and the current world No.1 Novak Djokovic. The Italian star Jannik Sinner has also opted out due to an injury.

Carlos Alcaraz who is the current World No.2 will seek to defend his title after clinching the Barcelona Open. His title defense in Barcelona will be a strong warning to the opponents of what the young guy is capable of. His Madrid run last year was epic. He had to beat his idol Rafael Nadal in the quarter finals and then Novak Djokovic in the semi-final before defeating Alexander Zverev in the final.

On the women’s side, All top players including Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka, and the defending champion Ons Jabeur are in the draw. It will be interesting to see who can stop the dominance of the Polish World No.1 as she won the title in Barcelona defeating Sabalenka in straights in the finals. How the Tunisian star Ons Jabeur comes back after the injury sustained during the Barcelona semi-final against Swiatek also needs to be seen.

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TV Schedule and Broadcasting details of the Madrid Open 2023

Carlos Alcaraz
Carlos Alcaraz will be the favorite at the Madrid Masters

Below is a rundown of channels that will broadcast the competition of the Madrid Open:

Tennis Channel/ TC Plus – USA

Amazon – United Kingdom, Ireland

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beIN SPORTS – Australia

beIN SPORTS – Middle East

beIN SPORTS – Singapore


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

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MIGU – China

Eurosport – Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, France

PCCW – Hong Kong

WOWOW – Japan

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Cosmote – Greece

Sky – Germany, Austria, Switzerland

Telefonica/ Movistar – Spain

Hellenic (OTE TV) – Greece

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Polsat – Poland

ESPN International Latam – Latin America

Supersport Africa – Africa


S Sport – 
Turkey

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Sky NZ – New Zealand

TSN – Canada

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

Live streaming of all the matches will also be available on Tennis TV.

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