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Madrid ATP

In early May, the best tennis players in the world will compete on the clay courts of the Caja Mágica in the Madrid Open. The tennis tournament in the Spanish capital is one of the most prestigious in the world as it is part of the ATP Masters 1000 tournaments. Make bets on tennis with bwin.

Betting on the Tennis Masters in Madrid

The tournament was inaugurated in 2002 and was played on hard courts before being changed to clay in 2009. The owner of the tournament is Ion Tiriac, and he is known for experimenting and trying new changes.

In total, 1,000 ATP ranking points are up for grabs, and this kind of win can put players in a pretty comfortable draw for Roland Garros (all French Open bets).

Recommended clay court betting

The clay court is known for its slow and delicate movements. Balls lose much more power when they come in contact with the clay floor.

The clay-court season is one of the most hectic times of the tennis circuit. During this time of the season, players who excel at attacking and serving, lose their advantage, while the more consistent players who can play non-stop defence, (also known as grinders) become the superstars.

There is also a difference in movement. Players who can slide down the court and play with more topspin are better than those who can sprint down the court, playing serve and volley. The clay-court season is a whole different playing field. This means that there is not only one king of the court, but many, all vying to make it through to the next stage. During the matches, bettors also have the opportunity to place live bets.

Recommended Madrid Open Betting

It is important to consider Rafael Nadal's absence during part of the clay-court season. Nadal is the undisputed king of clay courts. Simply put, he is the best clay-court player of all time. He suffered a cracked rib in Indian Wells last month and will be out until at least the tournament in Madrid in early May.

Madrid and Rome are probably the other tournaments Djokovic wants to play before Roland Garros.

Expect Stefanos Tsitsipas to shine on the clay court with a career clay record of 60-21, and Carlos Alcaraz should also be a force to reckon with on red clay.

Alexander Zverev also tends to do well on clay in Madrid. The 24-year-old German holds a solid clay court career record of 93-37 and has won 6 titles on the clay-court tour.

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