The 2022 edition of the Barcelona Open is all set to start on April 18 as the clay season moves on from Monaco. 12-time champion Rafael Nadal will not be part of the competition due to a rib injury he sustained earlier in the year. The star attractions, therefore, include the likes of young Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, Diego Schwartzman, Casper Ruud, Cameron Norrie, and Monte Carlo Masters champion Stefanos Tsitsipas. The Barcelona Open is an ATP 500 competition that was founded in 1953. The current men’s singles champion is Nadal but as he will not be able to defend his crown, we are certain to have a new champion.
|April 16, 2022||Saturday||1:30 pm||Qualifying|
|April 17, 2022||Sunday||2:30 pm||Qualifying|
|April 18, 2022||Monday||2:30 pm||First|
|April 19, 2022||Tuesday||2:30 pm||First and Second|
|April 20, 2022||Wednesday||2:30 pm||Second and Third|
|April 21, 2022||Thursday||2:30 pm||Third|
|April 22, 2022||Friday||4:00 pm||Quarterfinal|
|April 23, 2022||Saturday||5:00 pm||Semifinal|
|April 24, 2022||Sunday||4:30 pm||Final|
All matches of the 2022 Barcelona Open can be viewed on the Tennis TV app and website. A subscription is necessary for that service.