In the men’s draw, we are honoring the tennis players who have gone down in history at the Mutua Madrid Open. A local player like Rafael Nadal is a great protagonist along with the great legends of this sport.
The Mutua Madrid Open is one of the big tournaments of the season. It is contested in both masculine and feminine modality. This time we are going to look at the great names that have gone down in the history of the tournament held in the Spanish capital. Rafael Nadal holds the most records. Djokovic, Agassi, Ferrero or Nalbandian are also included.
Mutua Madrid Open records
- Rafael Nadal He is the man with the most titles in the tournament with five torches.
- In the same figure as the Balearics, there are three doubles players who have also managed to dominate five times and have been The Bryan Brothers and Canadian Daniel Nestor.
- American Andre Agassi Currently, he is the oldest champion and he won at the age of 32 when he was crowned champion in 2002.
- Unlike the American, the youngest tennis player to lift the trophy was local in this case Carlos Alcaraz At the age of 19 in 2022.
- As many as four tennis players who were at the top of the men’s series have managed to become champions, as ATP statistics show: Juan Carlos Ferrero (2003), Roger Federer (2006), Rafael Nadal (2014) Novak Djokovic (2016, 2019).
- The Argentinian is also the main character and that’s it David Nalbandian He has been the tennis player with the lowest ranking to become a champion, and he did it in 2007 after an unforgettable week at No. 25 in the men’s rankings.
- The last champion to have been a local player was Carlos Alcarazwhen he lifted the trophy in 2022 making history.
- Also Rafael Nadal He is the player who has won the most games, with 536 already