We’re on the final day of the Madrid Open 2021 and there’s sure to be more drama as the tournament comes to a close.
In Day Eight, the WTA final played out with Ash Barty (No.1) taking on Aryna Sabalenka (No.5).
The clash played out in three sets, with Sabalenka eventually toppling the world champion 6-0, 3-6, 6-4.
Today, we’ll close the ATP side of the tournament, with Alexander Zverev (No.5) and Matteo Berrettini (No.8) making it through to the final.
The pair have only played each other three times, with Zverev taking the lead, but it really is all to play for.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about the Madrid Open 2021 tournament, including details on how you can watch every moment.
And be sure to check out the Madrid Open 2021 schedule to ensure you don’t miss a single swing of the racket.
When is the Madrid Open 2021?
The tournament started on Thursday 29th April 2021 with the opening round of the WTA tournament. It runs until Sunday 9th May 2021.
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How to watch and live stream Madrid Open in the UK
You can tune in to watch the tournament unfold live on Amazon Prime Video. You can sign up for a free trial now and soak up some of the finest tennis players in action in Madrid.
Afterwards, a subscription costs £7.99 a month and offers free next day delivery on thousands of items, as well as the Amazon Prime Video library.
Madrid Open 2021 schedule
The tournament is spread across a 13-day period after two days of WTA qualifying.
The Men’s and Women’s singles tournaments are a little out of sync, with the Women’s competition starting two days earlier.
Women’s Singles schedule
- First round – 29/30th April
- Second round – 1st/2nd May
- Third round – 3rd/4th May
- Quarter-finals – 5th May
- Semi-finals – 6th May
- Final – 8th May
Men’s Singles schedule
- First round – 3rd/4th May
- Second round – 4/5th May
- Third round – 6th May
- Quarter-finals – 7th May
- Semi-finals – 8th May
- Final – 9th May
Madrid Open prize money 2021
Men’s and Women’s Singles prize money
- Qualifying 1 – £3,500
- Qualifying 2 – £6,500
- Round 1 – £13,000
- Round 2 – £20,000
- Round 3 – £31,500
- Quarter-finals – £51,000
- Semi-finals – £93,000
- Runner-up – £163,500
- Winner – £274,000
Where is the Madrid Open 2021 held?
The tournament is being held at the Caja Magica in Madrid, Spain.
The iconic outdoor clay court will return to hosting duties in 2021 after the tournament was cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.