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WTA 1000 Madrid. When is the next start for Iga Świątek? Schedule, seeding, bow, trophies – tennis

WTA 1000 Madrid.  When is the next start for Iga Świątek?  Schedule, seeding, bow, trophies - tennis

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The 20-year-old from Raszyn has been outdoing herself in recent months. The Stuttgart Championship was her fourth consecutive victory, a The final victory with Arina Sabalenka in the 23rd consecutive victory.

All this makes a huge impression and awakens the appetite for more. And you won’t have to wait for that anymore. Already this week, the world’s best players will compete in the prestigious WTA 1000 tournament in Madrid.

WTA 1000 in Madrid. What is the start of the tournament?

Qualifiers for the event will begin on Tuesday, April 26th. After two days, the main tournament bracket will be withdrawn and the first round matches will be played. This time, the main players will not be able to count on the free fate of opening the event. In the first stage of the games, matches will start at 11.00.

1/8 of the final will be split into two days – May 2 and 3. The quarter-final matches will be played on May 4, the semi-final the following day, and the cup match on Saturday May 7.

Madrid Championship. What seed?

Almost all world leaders will gather for the Madrid meal. Only the third place in the WTA rankings will be absent, Barbora Krejsikova and 29th Elena Suitolina.

Swiatek will be ranked as the leader of the world lists of course with number 1.

List of players in Madrid:
1. Iga Świątek
2. Paul Bados
3. Arina Sabalenka
4. Maria Scary
5. Annette Kontaveit
6. Karolina Pliskova
7. Danielle Collins
8. Garbin Muguruza
9. Anas Jaber
10. Emma Raducano
11. Jelena Ostapenko
12 – Belinda Bencic
13. Jessica Pegola
14. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
15. Coco Guff
16. Victoria Azarenka

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How did your lips play in Madrid in 2021?

Sabalenka will defend the title. In last year’s final, she defeated Belarusian women’s WTA ranking leader Ashleigh Barty.

And it was the Australian who stopped your lips in the third round. This means that this time the Pole will defend only 120 points. This shouldn’t be a problem for her, so the already massive advantage in this arrangement should be increased.

WTA 1000 Madrid: Score and Prizes

First round 10 piasters
Second round 65 points
3rd round 120 points
1/4 final: 215 points
1/2 final: 390 points
Final: 650 points
Winning: 1000 points

The total prize pool in the tournament will be approximately 6.8 million euros.

Author: pqv
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Source: eurosport.pl

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