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ATP Madrid Open Tennis Betting Odds - Bet on Tennis 2024

The ATP Madrid Open is one of the most famous European tennis tournaments, providing excellent viewing and betting options yearly.

Discover how to bet on the Madrid Open again this year at Stake Sportsbook and learn the different tennis betting options available as you make your selections.

When is the Madrid Open 2024?

The ATP and WTA Madrid Open will occur from 22 April to 5 May 2024. The 22nd edition of the tournament will take place on the clay courts of the iconic Caja Magica in the Spanish capital.

Who is Playing in the ATP Madrid Open 2024?

Many of the best tennis players in the world will be taking to the clay in Madrid this spring, including the likes of Andre Agassi, Novak Djokovic, Sebastian Korda, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Reilly Opelka, Roberto Bautista Agut, and Hubert Hurkacz, among others.

As is always the case at Caja Magica, the Mutua Madrid Open will serve up some exceptional tennis, and it’s a spectacle that all tennis fans look forward to.

Format & schedule of ATP Madrid Open

The 2023 ATP Madrid Open kicks off on Monday, 24 April, with qualifying on the first two days. The action begins with first-round matches on 26 April, while the quarter-finals start on 3 May.

The semi-finals of the ATP Madrid Open are on May 5, while the men’s singles final at 18.30 on Sunday, May 7, brings the tournament to a close.

History of the Madrid Open Tournament

The Madrid Open launched in 2002, initially as a men-only tennis event. It replaced the now-defunct Eurocard Open (Stuttgart) and has become one of the best-regarded tennis events on the European continent.

Play was initially held at the Madrid Arena (2002-2008), where games were played on a hard indoor surface.

However, it was decided that the event would become an outdoor tennis tournament in 2009, and the Madrid Open switched to La Caja Magica, where matches are now played on clay.

The first champion at the Madrid Open was Andre Agassi, who was handed a walkover victory. Several Spaniards have won on home clay over the years, including Juan Carlos Fererro (2003), Rafa Nadal (2005, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2017), and Carlos Alcaraz (2022).

Unsurprisingly, Nadal is the most decorated champion in the history of the ATP Masters, winning five crowns in previous matches. At the same time, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer have three titles to their names.

When the Mutua Madrid Open gets underway in 2023, all eyes will be on defending champion Carlos Alcarez, Alexander Zverev will be fancied to make his third Madrid Open final in as many years.

How to Bet on the Madrid Open & Types of Tennis Bets

The good news is that there are so many ways to bet on tennis at the Stake sportsbook, and some of the tennis betting markets available for the Madrid Open include:

  • Winner: A simple bet on the winner of a particular matchup.

  • Correct score: A wager on the final score of a match.

  • 1st set winner: A bet on which player you think will emerge victorious at the end of the first set.

  • 2nd set winner: A wager on the player you think will win the second set.

  • Total games: A bet on over/under the total number of games you think will be played in a tennis match.

  • Set handicap: This is a tennis bet with a handicap applied. The favourite will have to overcome a 1-set deficit for your bet to succeed.

  • Game handicap: Rather than overcoming a set deficit, the favourite will have to overcome a specific number of games for you to win your bet.

  • 1st set total games: A wager on the total number of games (over/under) you think will be played in the first set.

  • 1st set game handicap: Rather than overcoming a game handicap in the entire match, a 1st set game handicap gives the favourite just one set to overturn the deficit.

  • Double result (1st set/match): A two-part wager – a joint bet on the player you think will win the first set and the match overall.

Live Betting Options for Madrid Open

In addition to a host of pre-match tennis bets , you can place many live bets on the Madrid Open. Live tennis bets enable you to wait until the action begins before deciding which players to back. You can bet on the number of aces in a match and which player will win the next point or game. You will find various live tennis betting options at the Stake Sportsbook.

Madrid Open Betting Odds & Payouts

To bet on the tennis at the ATP Madrid Open, add some crypto to your account using your preferred payment method . You can then consider the current tennis odds and pick your favourites based on the market. Remember, you can choose how tennis odds are shown in your account – in the American format, as decimals or as fractions.

If you make winning selections when betting on the Madrid Open, you can access your funds immediately, thanks to our instant withdrawal process.

Madrid Open Tennis Betting Tips & Strategies

Are you ready to back your favourite tennis players as they battle at Caja Magica this Spring? Here are some tips to help you make your selections:

  • Consider how your chosen player typically performs on clay before betting on them.

  • Always look at a player’s past performances at the Madrid Open itself, as this will help you decide how likely they are to play well at this year’s event.

  • Refer to previous matches and head-to-head meetings between players before placing Moneyline bets to determine who has the upper hand.

  • Take advantage of bet bonuses and sportsbook promotions to increase your chances of winning big pay outs.

You’re now all set to bet on the ATP Madrid Open – best of luck when making your selections and be sure to check out the best betting odds on the WTA Madrid Open matches too.