WTA Madrid Open 2022: Schedule, Entry List, Prize Money, Live Streaming details

Much like the Monte Carlo Masters, the Madrid Open is one of the most important competitions of the clay season leading up to the French Open.

Aryna Sabalenka is the defending Madrid Open champion. (Image: Twitter/Wimbledon)

The 2022 edition of the Madrid Open is upon us and it sure does promise its fair share of thrills and spills. Much like the Monte Carlo Masters, the Madrid Open is one of the most important competitions of the clay season leading up to the French Open. The women’s edition of the competition is scheduled to start ahead of the men’s. Some of the best tennis players in the world including the likes of defending champion Aryna Sabalenka, Iga Swiatek, and Paula Badosa will be part of the historic competition. The stakes are high and the action will be fast-paced. With that in mind, here is all you need to know about the 2022 edition of the WTA Madrid Open.


On Tuesday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 27, the qualifying rounds will be held in Madrid. On Thursday, April 28, the main draw will begin. On the first few days, the matches will begin at 11 am local time before shifting to a noon start. Wednesday, May 4 and Thursday, May 5 are the dates for the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively. On Saturday, May 7, the singles and doubles finals will be held.

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DateCompetition Stage
April 26 and 27Qualifiers
April 28 and 29Round of 64
April 30Round of 32
May 1 and 2Round of 16
May 4Quarter-finals
May 5Semi-finals
May 7Final

Entry List

Iga Swiatek(Poland)

Barbora Krejcikova(Czech Republic)

Paula Badosa(Spain)

Maria Sakkari(Greece)

Aryna Sabalenka(Belarus)

Anett Kontaveit(Estonia)

Karolina Pliskova(Czech Republic)

Danielle Collins(USA)

Garbine Muguruza(Spain)

Ons Jabeur(Tunisia)

Jelena Ostapenko(Latvia)

Emma Raducanu(Great Britain)

Jessica Pegula(USA)

Anastasia Palyuchenkova(Russia)

Coco Gauff(USA)

Angelique Kerber(Germany)

Victoria Azarenka(Belarus)

Elena Rybakina(Kazakhstan)

Leylah Annie Fernandez(Canada)

Simona Halep(Romania)

Belinda Bencic(Switzerland)

Veronika Kudermetova(Russia)

Tamara Zidansek(Slovenia)

Madison Keys(USA)

Elise Mertens(Belgium)

Sorana Cirstea(Romania)

Elina Svitolina(Ukraine)

Daria Kasatkina(Russia)

Petra Kvitova(Czech Republic)

Camila Giorgi(Italy)

Liudmila Samsonova(Russia)

Marketa Vondrousova(Czech Republic)

Camila Osorio(Colombia)

Alize Cornet(France)

Sloane Stephens(USA)

Jil Teichmann(Switzerland)

Clara Tauson(Denmark)

Ajla Tomljanovic(Australia)

Viktoria Golubic(Switzerland)

Shuai Zheng(China)

Yulia Putintseva(Kazakhstan)

Amanda Anisimova(USA)

Jasmine Paolini(Italy)

Sara Sorribes Tormo(Spain)

Tereza Martincova(Czech Republic)

Karolina Muchova(Czech Republic)

Bianca Andreescu(Canada)

Prize Money

StagePrize Money
Winner1,041,570 euros
Runner-up568,790 euros
Semi-finals311,025 euros
Quarter-finals169,650 euros
Round 390,745 euros
Round 248,655 euros
Round 126,960 euros
Q213,810 euros
Q17,235 euros

Live Streaming details

India – Sony Network, SonyLIV app, website

US – Tennis Channel

UK – Amazon Prime Video

Canada – TSN

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