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La Caja Magica seating?

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Julian Garcia Nigris
Julian Garcia Nigris

There are no bad views at La Caja, even though there are 12,000 of them, though it sort-of depends on your preference. The very back rows of the highest tiers are quite far removed from the action, but you generally pay a lower ticket price and can still see the match perfectly well. Tickets for the Madrid Open can cost as little as €20 for the earliest rounds – for both ATP and WTA matches – and several hundred for centre-court tickets in the late stages. Big games will sell out fast, so get on it early!

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Andrea
Andrea

Since 2009 La Caja Mágica hosts Mutua Madrid Open, one of the biggest tennis tournaments of the world. There are three tennis courts, being Manolo Santana stadium the biggest one, which can hold more than 12,000 people. Prices depend on the type of tournament. You can buy tickets for first rounds from 8 euro. About seats, more shade stands are West and North sections.

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