Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitispas lead the field at the ATP 1000 Mutua Madrid Open this week and all matches at the tournament are available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
ATP Madrid Live Stream, Tips & Predictions
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ATP Madrid Tournament Information
Location: Madrid, Spain
Dates: May 2-9, 2021
Category: ATP Masters 1000
Singles Draw: 56
Doubles Draw: 28
Defending Champions: Novak Djokovic (2019)
ATP Madrid Seeds
1. Rafael Nadal
2. Daniil Medvedev
3. Dominic Thiem
4. Stefanos Tsitsipas
5. Alexander Zverev
6. Andrey Rublev
7. Diego Schwartzman
8. Matteo Berrettini
9. Roberto Bautista Agut
10. Pablo Carreno Busta
11. Denis Shapovalov
12. Hubert Hurkacz
13. Grigor Dimitrov
14. Jannik Sinner
15. Felix Auger-Aliassime
16. Cristian Garin
ATP Madrid Tips & Predictions
Rafael Nadal targets a sixth Madrid Masters title and Dominic Thiem returns to action, while Stefanos Tsitsipas will be looking to continue his blistering form as the best players in the world gather in the Spanish capital for the chance to win a prestigious Masters 1000 title this week.
Nadal holds a 52-12 record in Madrid and almost always goes deep, with the Spaniard losing before the quarter-finals just once since 2004. However, Nadal isn’t operating at the peak of his powers so far this clay season, falling to Andrey Rublev in Monte-Carlo and dropping sets in multiple matches before saving championship point in the Barcelona final against Tsitsipas.
In saying that, it’s still tough to back against Nadal on clay and the more matches he gets under his belt and the confidence taken from Barcelona should see him improve in Madrid.
Tsitsipas meanwhile will be hoping to go one better than his last appearance in Madrid in 2019, where he beat Nadal and Alexander Zverev before going down to Djokovic in the final.
The Greek secured his first Masters 1000 title in Monte Carlo a few weeks ago and almost backed it up with another trophy in Barcelona before being edged in the final by Nadal.
Two-time runner-up Thiem will be playing his first event since Dubai – the Austrian enjoys the conditions in Madrid and is always tough to beat on clay, but he might be a tad underdone compared to his main rivals this week.
Alexander Zverev is someone who has gone all the way in Madrid before, but the German is in poor form at the moment and is coming off a loss to Ilya Ivashka in Munich last week. He will need considerable improvement to be a title contender in Madrid.
Rublev of course can never be discounted – the Russian is tied with Tsitsipas for most match wins in 2021 and will almost certainly be present in the latter stages. Rublev came close to claiming his first Masters 1000 title in Monte-Carlo and will be determined to go one step further in Madrid.
We also mustn’t forget about second seed Daniil Medvedev, who is playing his first event since Miami. However, the Russian hasn’t enjoyed much success on clay so far in his career and it would be a big surprise if he were to go all the way this week.
Overall, Nadal is once again the deserved strong favourite in Madrid, followed by Tsitsipas and Rublev. Young guns Felix Auger-Aliassime and Jannik Sinner are outsiders to keep an eye on.