Madrid Open 2019: players, favorites and absences

The 'Big Three' complete with Nadal, Djokovic and Federer stars in the men's box, which also include Thiem or Zverev. The top-10 of the WTA, plus Garbiñe and Carla Suárez, in the feminine.

If the 2019 edition of the Mutua Madrid Open is not the most spectacular in terms of participation, it will be very close to it. Because this year eight of the top ten players in the ATP ranking and the top-10 in the WTA world ranking appear in the Magic Box.

A stellar poster that in the case of the masculine picture stars the 'Big Three': Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, first, second and fourth in the world, respectively. German Alexander Zverev (3rd), Austrian Dominic Thiem (5th), Japanese Kei Nishikori (7th), Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro (8th) and Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas (10th) will fight for the title in Madrid. . The Croatian Marin Cilic (11th), the Italian Fabio Fognini (12th), recent winner of the Masters 1000 of Monte Carlo and the Russian Karen Khachanov (13th) will also be and is only missing among the main world rackets the presence of the number five, the South African Kevin Anderson, and the ninth, the American John Isner. In the case of the first, because he does not want to play more on the ground and in the second, because of physical problems.

In the case of the women's team, not missing only one of the ten best tennis players in the world at present, in this order the Japanese Naomi Osaka, the Czech Petra Kvitova, the Romanian Simona Halep, the German Angelique Kerber, another Czech as Karolina Pliskova, the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina, the Dutch Kiki Bertens, the American Sloane Stephens, the Australian Ashleigh Barty and the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka. The Danish Caroline Wozniacki (12th), the Latvian Anastasija Sevastova (13th), the American Madison Keys (14th) and the Spanish Garbiñe Muguruza (20th) and Carla Suárez (27ª) will also participate in the Madrid Premier Mandatory. On the other hand, there will be the double winner Serena Williams (11th), and the emerging Canadian Bianca Andreescu (23rd).

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